Susan S. D'Amato has been instructing Furman students since 1983. Currently, she teaches a variety of courses, ranging from general physics to quantum mechanics. Her research interests include quantum theory, observational astronomy and science-humanities dialogue. D'Amato is a faculty associate for Furman's Center for Vocational Reflection, an organization that promotes thoughtful and open dialogue among individuals of differing disciplines and religious perspectives.

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Recognized by Furman's "Year of the Humanities" for her work studying the impact of modern physics on contemporary literature and theater (2005).

Susan S. D' Amato, "Resonance: Hearing the Christian Mystics Through Metaphors Drawn from Physics," Theology and Science 7 (2009) 47 - 65.

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