David Allan Larrabee received his B.S. in applied and engineering physics from Cornell University in 1976. He received is M.S. (1978) and Ph.D. (1980) in applied physics also from Cornell University. Dr. Larrabee did post-doctoral work at Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory and became a member of the laboratories research staff. Dr. Larrabee left Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory to work in the electronics industry where he rose to the level of Chief engineer for Penn Airborne and later chief electrical engineer of Smith Industries (Malvern, Pa). He returned to Academia, first as an adjunct professor and is currently a full professor in the Physics Department of East Stroudsburg University. He teaches a wide range of courses including ï¾“Physics as a Liberal Artï¾” and a history of scientific ideas course. Dr. Larrabeeï¾’s interest in science, religion and society was stimulated by his participation in the Eco-Justice Task force at Cornell University and his original intent on doing graduate work at a theological seminary.