As one of our students last year said at the concluding banquet, the Summer Seminars represent “science as it should be, rather than science as it is.”
One student said he was shocked to find that the academic quality was greater than that of many of his college courses and yet it cost him nothing.
Olufemi opened my eyes and heart to the importance of Nigeria to Africa, the dynamic role of Christians there, and the importance of Africa to the world.
On what seems like almost a daily basis, some new ID-friendly scientist emails us out of the blue to make contact with kindred spirits.
It’s an opportunity for upper-level undergrads and grad students to break free of the isolation they experience when design is kept off the table.