Thursday, November 20
11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall
Dr. Cal DeWitt is a scientist, writer, and conservationist whose work builds bridges among environmental science, ethics and practice. DeWitt lives at the Waubesa Marsh were he has created a sanctuary for animals to travel a glacial drumlin island that emerges from the marsh. Early in his career as a professor in Michigan, he discovered the animals he was studying were losing their habitats to development or climate changes.
He helped develop the Au Sable Institute to prepare hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students for environmental careers, to do wetlands research that integrates across the disciplines, to probe environmental beliefs and to reach out to help people incorporate environmental integrity into their beliefs.
The Soul of DeWitt
Behold the Birds of the Air!
Creations and God's Judgement
Yale-Complementarity of Science and Religion
Behemoth and Batrachians in the Eye of God
The Professor and the Pupil