Summer Noetics Lecture Series Schedule of Events

July 15, 2011

Cosmology and Consciousness — A Summer Noetics Science Lecture Series

July 13 - August 24, 2011

The Evergreen State College, Seminar II D1105
Stargazing afterwards, weather permitting

July 13, 6 pm

Richard Miles, Astronomer, Staff/Faculty, Zen priest
“Coming Home to the Universe: Developing and Using Tools for Navigating the Night Sky and the Inner and Outer Cosmos”

July 20,  6 pm, 7pm

Two Presentations, starting at 6 p.m.

Peter Robinson, Technician/Scientist
“In the Spirit of Galileo: Innovation and Ingenuity in Working with Telescopes and Technology” (6:00 p.m.)

and Joe Tougas, Evergreen Faculty, Philosopher
“Ways of Seeing: How Different Kinds of Representations Make Possible and Influence the Ways of Thinking that are Contained in Various Cosmologies” (7:00 p.m.)

August 3, 7 pm

Russ Genet, Astronomer, Philosopher, Noetic scientist "Discovery of the Cosmos;"  along with student presentations on their published binary star research (7:00 p.m.)

August 17, 7 pm

Dave Powell, Director, the Oregon Star Party (7:00 p.m.)
“The Cosmos Unveiled: How to Explore and Interpret the Night Sky”

August 24, 6 pm

Rebecca Chamberlain, Faculty, and Misty Kalama, Lushootseed Language Specialist, WaHeLut Tribal School
“In Search of the Star Child: Star Stories, Teachings of the Pacific Northwest, and the Alchemy and Transformation of Cosmological Consciousness” (6:00 p.m.)

For more information about these events, contact Rebecca Chamberlain via email:

This series is made possible by The Evergreen State College Foundation Noosphere Award. The Noosphere Award supports faculty-student collaborative projects unifying artistic, scientific, and spiritual elements that promote the advent of a worldwide culture of peace. The family of alumnus Adam Leveen Sher (2002) established this endowed award to assist future generations of students at Evergreen.