The Center for Science and Culture at Discovery Institute announces two intensive 9-day seminars for college students during the summer of 2013.
The CSC Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences will prepare students to make research contributions advancing the growing science of intelligent design (ID). The seminar will explore cutting-edge ID work in fields such as molecular biology, biochemistry, embryology, developmental biology, paleontology, computational biology, ID-theoretic mathematics, cosmology, physics, and the history and philosophy of science. This seminar is open to students who intend to pursue graduate studies in the natural sciences or the philosophy of science. Applicants must be college juniors or seniors or already in graduate school. Details and registration information.
The C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society will explore the growing impact of science on politics, economics, social policy, bioethics, theology, and the arts. The program is named after celebrated British writer C.S. Lewis, a perceptive critic of both scientism and technocracy in books such as The Abolition of Man and That Hideous Strength. This seminar is open to college/university students who intend careers in the social sciences, humanities, law, or theology. Details and registration information.
As an alumni of the summer seminar, I highly recommend this program. Spending nine days in Seattle, with all expenses covered, interacting with leading lights in the intelligent design movement such as William Dembski, Stephen Meyer, Michael Behe, Richard Sternberg, Jonathan Wells, Paul Nelson, and Jay Richards — what more could one want? Hope to see you there!