As part of its mission, Science, Religion, and Culture hosts a variety of academic opportunities for engagement. In addition to courses and events on the topic of science and religion, interested students can become involved as junior fellows (Masters students), or doctoral fellows, becoming an active part of the SRC community. Junior fellows receive guidance and mentoring as they create their academic profiles through dedicated research projects and professional development events. Doctoral fellows have ample opportunity to shape their academic career in science, religion, and culture, joining research projects, developing academic seminars and conferences, or mentoring junior fellows. Our faculty affiliates provide the breadth of specialty expertise to support SRC's academic goals, and our research associates are recent doctorates who take active roles in shaping the program's development. Where ever you are on the academic track, there are plenty of opportunities for you to become involved in SRC. Use the menu on the top to explore them!