Are you interested in learning and developing grant writing skills? The Science, Religion, and Culture program is inviting applications for its 2017-18 grant-writing internship. Interns attend a day-long training workshop. Each intern leads the writing of two grants and supports two others in collaboration with SRC's faculty and researchers. To apply, submit a cover letter, CV, and writing sample (5-10 pages research-based paper). Previous experience is not necssary.
Come find out about SRC's research labs, working groups, fellowships, conferences, and publications -- and how you can connect with the Science, Religion, and Culture Program! Intended for undergraduates, masters students, and doctoral students, but all are welcome. SRC's Open House will be held on Thursday, March 23, 2017, from 5:00-6:00pm, in the Center for the Study of World Religion Common Room, 42 Francis Ave, Cambridge.
We are now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Junior Fellowship Program and the 2017-2019 Doctoral Fellowship Program. For more information, learn about the competitive one-year Junior Fellowship program here, and the competitive two-year Doctoral Fellowship program here.
We are now accepting applications for the Junior Fellowships and Doctoral Fellowships for the 2015-2016 academic year. Find out about our competitive one year Junior Fellowship for master's students here. Find out more about our two year competitive Doctoral Fellowship for PhD students here.
Our first annual "Meet and Greet" dinner was a great success. Forty students from across the university came to enjoy a delicious meal and meet colleagues with shared interests in science, religion, and culture. Prof. Ragab opened the dinner by introducing SRC staff to the guests and announcing the many exciting new events and opportunities being sponsored by SRC this year. Thanks to all who attended, and to those who signed up for our mailing list. We hope to see Read more about Meet and Greet Dinner Recap!