This service will be about the contact we make with other human beings – as individuals – and how the entire world may depend on what we do.
The Rev. Dr. Robert R.N. Ross, a Unitarian Universalist minister, has recently been a professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, teaching courses in Philosophy and the Study of Religion. Dr. Ross was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, a philosophy professor at Skidmore College, a Consulting Engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation, and Senior Consultant at the National Academy of Public Administration in Washington, DC. His most recent book, Walking to New Orleans: Ethics and the Concept of Participatory Design in Post-Disaster Reconstruction, was published in 2008. Rob is an active surfer, kayaker, and leads the Cajun-Zydeco band les cigognes.
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