Dr. James Clarage's research areas include biological physics, computational science, the dynamics of macromolecules and crystals, and historical and cultural studies in physics and mathematics. He also is interested in Tai Chi, Eucharistic Adoration and Gregorian Chant and conflicts and harmonies between science and faith. He can speak on physics, astronomy, engineering and the relationship between faith and science.
Areas of Expertise
Physics, Mathematics, Engineering, Astronomy
Doctor of Philosophy - Physics - Brandeis University (1990)
Bachelor of Arts - Physics/Math - Illinois Wesleyan University (1985)
This fall, University of St. Thomas Houston will award a $500 scholarship to undergraduate students – new, existing or transfer. The $500 award will be applied to fall tuition.
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