Summer Seminars

Summer Seminars

2022 Center for Science & Culture Summer Seminars

Seminar Topics


The 2022 CSC Summer Seminar program will include two seminars offered concurrently: the Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences, designed for students and professionals in the sciences and the history and philosophy of science, and the C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society, designed primarily for students and professionals in the humanities, social sciences, law, and theology. Both seminars begin with the same core curriculum, but towards the end diverge to focus on more specialized topics.

Format & Dates


The format and dates for 2022 are TBD and an update will posted here soon.

Application Requirements


The Summer Seminar program is designed primarily for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students, but each year we also reserve spaces for a cohort of professors, scientists, teachers, pastors, and other professionals.

Student applicants must be college juniors or seniors or already in graduate school. Professional applicants may be postdocs, professors, scientists, teachers, pastors, or other professionals. Space is limited and admittance is competitive. Those who apply earliest may receive priority consideration.

Application period will open around January 1, 2022.

Cost


There is no application fee or tuition, and those admitted to the program will receive digital course materials free-of-charge, including books, articles, and other resources. If held in person, lodging and meals will be provided and a limited quantity of need-based travel scholarships may be granted upon request.

How to Support the Program


Help us educate the next generation of scientists and scholars!

If you know of students who may be good candidates for this program, please help us by referring them to this website and encouraging them to apply as soon as possible.

Also, please consider making a special donation to help fund the cost of the seminars. Your support of the Summer Seminar program will allow us to educate a new generation of scientists, scholars, and educators who have the desire, the vision, and the determination to breathe new purpose into the scientific enterprise and influence its self-understanding in ways that will benefit both science and humanity.