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Trotter Nomination

The Trotter Prize in Information, Complexity and Inference is awarded annually for pioneering contributions to the understanding of the role of information, complexity and inference in illuminating the mechanisms and wonder of nature. The Trotter Lecture seeks to reveal connections between science and religion, often viewed in academia as non-overlapping, if not rival, worldviews.

Recipients of the Trotter Prize are invited to deliver a lecture at Texas A&M University under the Trotter Prize Endowed Lecture Series and receive a cash award. It is intended that the Trotter lecturer should acquaint the audience with the essentials and intriguing complexities of their area of specialization and inferences drawn from them. At the same time they should address the task of building substantive connections on issues of broad and lasting significance between academic cultures.

The Trotter Endowed Lecture Series has taken many forms over the years, from single-speaker to point/counterpoint. When nominating, please feel free to either submit an individual or a pair of strong candidates. (NOTE: You will need to fill out form for each nominee.)

Nomination Deadline is May 15, 2017.

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To find out more information on Trotter Lecture Series and a list of past recipients, click here

Questions? Contact:

Jennifer Holle
College of Science, Texas A&M University
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3257 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3257
jholle@science.tamu.edu
979.845.8817

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