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Jim Miller, President

Rev. James Bradley Miller, PhD, is an honorably retired teaching elder with degrees from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia (M.Div.)  and Marquette University (Ph.D. in theology). After seminary he worked in the School of Engineering at North Carolina State University and then for many years as a minister in higher education at Michigan Tech, Carnegie-Mellon, and the University of Pittsburgh. From 1996-2006 he was Senior Program Associate for AAAS's Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion. Jim currently co-chairs the Broader Social Impacts Committee of the Human Origins Program at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

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Charlie Reece, Vice President

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Sara Joan Miles, Secretary/Treasurer

After teaching science and math in the Congo, Sara Miles was a Christian university professor and Dean (Wheaton College, Eastern University). She is an historian of science and loves looking at how theology and scientific theories have interacted over time. She has been active in the Presbytery of Milwaukee and recently become a CRE to serve as Pastor of Visitation for her congregation.

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Arnold Rots, Class of 2018

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Lisa Schrott, Class of 2018

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Damaris Christensen, Class of 2019

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Stephen Kolderup, Class of 2019

Stephen Kolderup is a retired Presbyterian minister, completing a long series of transitional service in Indiana, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, and New Jersey. Itinerating at this stage will concentrate on completing visits to 50 states, stopping with his wife Jan at national parks and baseball stadiums along the way. Proximity to the University of Illinois offers many opportunities for learning, including a monthly meeting of Astronomy on Tap.

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Sandra Hawley, Class of 2020

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John Norvell, Class of 2020

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Bill McIvor, SciTech† Editor

Bill McIvor is a retired Presbyterian pastor, having served congregations in Bellevue, WA, Birmingham, MI, Spokane, WA, and Sudbury, MA. He has edited SciTech† since 1997. Bill enjoys the time retirement affords for reading theology as well as the book choices of two disparate book groups. For fun he is trying to relearn playing the trumpet.