DoSER Projects

DoSER's projects respond to the rising themes and trends in the scientific and religious communities. Keep reading to learn more about our projects.

Current Projects

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Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue

Supports scientists, educators, and communicators in thoughtful, inclusive science communication and engagement activities.

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Science for Seminaries

Provides grants, workshops, and resources to a diverse group of seminaries so that they can integrate forefront science into their core curricula.

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Collaborating Projects

DoSER is pleased to collaborate with a number of programs on projects that facilitate dialogue between scientific and religious communities.

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Engaging Faith Communities with Zooniverse

A citizen science platform that allows all people – no matter their background, training, or expertise – to contribute to real academic research.

DoSER is pleased to collaborate with Dr. Grace Wolf-Chase and Zooniverse for this project.

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Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science (ECLAS)

Creates opportunities for church leaders to connect with world-class science and scientists, to develop well-informed, theologically grounded, practical knowledge about the world and our place in it.

DoSER is pleased to collaborate with ECLAS for this project.

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Scientists in Synagogues

Explores the most interesting and pressing questions surrounding Judaism and science.

DoSER is pleased to collaborate with Sinai and Synapses for this project.

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Past Projects

DoSER Projects

Perceptions Project

This project investigated the relationship between science and Evangelical Christianity and developed resources that enabled these communities to communicate more effectively.

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