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DoSER Initiative Focuses on Climate Science and Theology

  • Lilah Sloane-Barrett

This 3-year project will provide grants for seminaries to meaningfully engage forefront climate science in their curriculum and activities.

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Is Space for Everyone? Ethics from Earth to Space and Back

This session, from the 2023 AAAS Annual Meeting, increased understanding about creating an ethical future as humanity spreads out into…

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DoSER’s December Dialogues Explores Sleep, Equity and a More Restful Future

  • Andrea Korte

Sleep and rest are essential to our physical, mental and spiritual health, according to panelists at AAAS DoSER's 2023 December…


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Climate Science in Theological Education

Climate Science in Theological Education

Learn more about the Climate Science in Theological Education grant project, which engages the important issue of climate change in…

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Informal Science Learning (ISL)

In this pilot project, DoSER is partnering with ASTC, NMNH's Human Origins Program, and others to test a model for…

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Science for Seminaries

Science for Seminaries is a longstanding DoSER project that offers grants to a diverse group of seminaries so that they…

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