The Temple Chevallier Lectures
The Temple Chevallier series of occasional public lectures honours a remarkable Victorian clergyman, astronomer, and mathematician of international repute who, amongst many things, co-founded and taught Britain’s first course for civil engineers.
The 2009 Temple Chevallier lecture took place on Wednesday 4th March 2009 at 5.30 p.m in room 140 Elvet Riverside. It was given by the Rt Rev Dr Tom Butler, Bishop of Southwark and was entitled "God and Science, Pure and Applied"
|Year||Name of Lecturer||Institution at time of lecture||Title of Lecture|
|2009||Rt Rev Dr Tom Butler||Bishop of Southwark||God and Science, Pure and Applied?|
|2005||Dr David Wilkinson||Durham University||Proofs of the divine power?|
|2001||Dr Robert Hawley||University of Durham||The Journey: from science via engineering to technology|
|1996||Sir Arnold Wolfendale, FRS||University of Durham||Life beyond the earth and life after the earth's demise?|
|1991||Professor Geza Vermes||The Oriental Institute, Oxford||The Dead Sea scrolls: a new era in biblical and Jewish studies|
|1990||Sir Micheal Atiyah, FRS||University of Oxford||New ideas in Geometry and Physics|
|1989||Dr John Habgood||Archbishop of York||The scientist as priest|