It’s nine days in Seattle, with instructors drawn from among the leading scientists and scholars in the intelligent-design movement, meals and lodging paid for and travel expenses negotiable, at the height of the most beautiful season in the Northwest, July 11-19. It’s the 2014 Summer Seminars! See here for more on the Center for Science & Culture’s Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences, and here for the C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society.
The application is here, and you must apply by April 18 to be considered! That is just over a week away!
The programs respectively are for college and grad students who intend to pursue graduate studies in the natural sciences or the philosophy of science, and college and university students who intend careers in the social sciences, humanities, law, or theology.
World Magazine interviewed many of the students from last year’s seminars. You’ll find some of their stories here.
Admission is quite competitive, but then again, we are training the next generation of ID researchers and advocates. If you are not a student, please help us by getting out the word, using social media and all other pertinent means.
And of course, please consider making a generous donation to help fund the cost of the seminars. The future of the intelligent design movement, indeed the future of science, hangs in the balance.
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