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Summer in Seattle, All Expenses Paid!

Andrew McDiarmid


Early Dawn Seattle Smaller.jpgWell, not the whole summer. Nine days to be exact. Enough time to equip, inspire, and guarantee your part in the scientific revolution!
Two tracks are available:
The CSC Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences will prepare students to make research contributions advancing the science of intelligent design (ID). Students will explore cutting-edge work in a variety of scientific fields.
The C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society explores the growing impact of science on politics, economics, social policy, bioethics, theology, and the arts.
The Summer Seminar Programs are open to college/university students. Discovery Institute will pay expenses for students who are accepted into these programs (travel, lodging, meals, books and other course materials). But act fast! The deadline for applications is this Friday, April 13th!
Get more details and apply online.

Andrew McDiarmid

Senior Fellow, Media Relations and Assistant to the Director
Andrew McDiarmid is a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute. He also serves as Assistant to CSC Director Stephen C. Meyer, a Media Relations Specialist, and a contributing writer to MindMatters.ai. He holds an MA in Teaching from Seattle Pacific University and a BA in English/Creative Writing from the University of Washington. His tech column at Newsmax, Authentic Technology, explores today's technology landscape and encourages readers to live authentically in the digital age. His writing has appeared in the New York Post, Houston Chronicle, The Daily Wire, San Francisco Chronicle, The American Spectator, The Federalist, Real Clear Politics, Technoskeptic Magazine, and elsewhere. In addition to his roles at the Discovery Institute, he is host of the Scottish culture and music podcast Simply Scottish, available anywhere podcasts are found. Learn more about his work at andrewmcdiarmid.org.

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