B.S. Earth Sciences, UCSD; M.S. Earth Sciences, UCSD; J.D. University of San Diego School of Law.
In 1999, Casey founded the original IDEA Club at UC San Diego with a few friends and helped run the club for a few years while an undergraduate and graduate student at UCSD. Casey helped to co-found the IDEA Center with some other IDEA Club members.
Casey has a B.S. (2000) and M. S. (2001) in earth sciences from UCSD, where he was a student-researcher at Scripps Institution for Oceanography. He is a published geological researcher, having participated in research cruises, computer mapping, and oceanographic research. In 2005, Casey received his J.D. from the University of San Diego Law School.
Casey Luskin, “Does Challenging Darwin Create Constitutional Jeopardy? A Comprehensive Survey of Case Law Regarding the Teaching of Biological Origins,” Hamline Law Review, Vol. 32(1):1 (Winter, 2009).
Casey Luskin, “Intelligent Design,” entry in Praeger Handbook of Religion and Education in the United States, edited by James Carper (Greenwood Publishing, 2009).
Casey Luskin, “Creationism,” entry in Praeger Handbook of Religion and Education in the United States, edited by James Carper (Greenwood Publishing, 2009).
Casey Luskin, "Darwin, Intelligent Design, and Freedom of Discovery on Evolutionists' Holy Day," U.S. News & World Report (February 10, 2009).
Casey Luskin, “Reverse Psychology: When It Comes to Human Behavior, Darwinian Hindsight Is Always 20/20,” Salvo Magazine, Issue 7 (2009).
Casey Luskin, “Finding Intelligent Design in Nature,” chapter in Intelligent Design 101: Leading Experts Explain the Key Issues, edited by H. Wayne House (Kregel, 2008).
Casey Luskin and Logan Paul Gage, “A Reply to Francis Collins’ Darwinian Arguments for Common Ancestry of Apes and Humans,” appendix in Intelligent Design 101: Leading Experts Explain the Key Issues, edited by H. Wayne House (Kregel, 2008).
Casey Luskin, "Academic Freedom and Evolution," San Diego Union Tribune (2008).
Casey Luskin, "Let There Be Open Debate Over Evolution," Tampa Tribune (2008).
Casey Luskin, “Has ID Been Banned in Public Schools?,” Salvo Magazine, Issue 4 (2008).
David DeWolf, John West, and Casey Luskin, “Intelligent Design Will Survive Kitzmiller v. Dover,” Montana Law Review, Vol. 68:7 (Winter, 2007).
Anika Smith and Casey Luskin, Review of Intelligent Thought in Touchstone Magazine (2007).
David K. DeWolf, John West, Casey Luskin, Jonathan Witt, Traipsing Into Evolution: Intelligent Design and the Kitzmiller v. Dover Trial (Discovery Institute Press, 2006).
Casey Luskin, “Do Car Engines Run on Lugnuts? A Response to Ken Miller & Judge Jones's Straw Tests of Irreducible Complexity for the Bacterial Flagellum,” ISCID Archives (April, 2006).
Casey Luskin, “All Sides of the Issue Belong in the Classroom,” op-ed in Philadelphia Inquirer (Sept. 29, 2005).
Casey Luskin, “What Is Intelligent Design?,” Human Events (2005).
Casey Luskin, “It's Constitutional But Not Smart to Teach Intelligent Design in Schools,” Beliefnet.com (2005).
Casey Luskin, “Intelligent Design and Human Evolution,” Progress in Complexity, Information, and Design (Summer, 2005).
Casey Luskin, "Alternative Viewpoints about Biological Origins as Taught in Public Schools," Journal of Church and State (Summer, 2005).
Lisa Tauxe, Casey Luskin, Peter Selkin, Phillip Gans, and Andy Calvert, “Paleomagnetic results from the Snake River Plain: Contribution to the time-averaged field global database,” Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (G3), 5(8) (August, 2004).
Casey Luskin, “Intelligent design debate becomes personal,” Research News & Opportunities in Science and Theology (December, 2002).