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Katharine Hayhoe on climate change and the Christian faith

Introducing Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, Our Third Annual Anderson Lecturer

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, will give our third annual V. Elving Anderson Lecture in Science and Religion on Thursday, April 21. Dr. Hayhoe holds degrees in physics and astronomy from the University of Toronto and in atmospheric science from the University of Illinois. Dr. Hayhoe is the daughter of missionaries; her husband Andrew Farley is an evangelical pastor.

As a climate scientist with a faculty appointment in a political science department, Dr. Hayhoe is both an exceptional scientist and also “perhaps the best communicator on climate change,” according to Professor John Abraham of the University of St. Thomas. Because of her unique combination of faith, her scientific understanding, and her gifts in teaching and communication, Dr. Hayhoe has been featured widely in the media—including film, television, and online venues. Here are some of the articles, interviews, and talks that will give you a good sense of Dr. Hayhoe as a scientist and as a Christian:

Portrait of Dr. Katharine Hayhoe on a farm

General Overviews

Film and Television

Interviews

Other Media and Resources

Join us next week for what will be a rich, fascinating lecture and discussion. We’ll be hosting a reception after the event at our study center, and we hope you’ll join us there to continue the conversation.

2015-16 Colin MacLaurin Fellows

Announcing the 2016 Colin MacLaurin Fellows Program

We’re pleased to announce that we’re now accepting applications for our 2016 Colin MacLaurin Fellows Program. Read through the brochure below and visit our MacLaurin Fellows page for more information. Please share widely with friends or any students who might be interested!

Regent College

Opportunity for Student Scholarships at Regent College’s Summer School

Regent College and the Consortium of Christian Study Centers have announced a co-sponsored program furnishing scholarship money to potential Regent College summer school students. The scholarships provide for two weeks’ full audit tuition, a food stipend and lodging at RC’s summer school, and students will also be able to attend two evaluation discussion meetings per week. This rich experience is particularly designed for graduate and advanced undergraduate students participating in CCSC member study centers—including MacLaurinCSF!

Check out their list of incredible summer-session courses. For more information and to request a scholarship application, contact the Regent College/CCSC Summer Project registrar at admin@studycentersonline.org or 434-296-3333.