Are you an early career scientist, science student or science communicator wishing to enhance your communication skills? Are you passionate about matters of science and faith?
The God and the Big Bang project offers the opportunity to develop communication skills and get to grips with fascinating topics of science and faith. There are lots of different ways for people to get involved with the project and its school events, but we also offer training workshops, run in partnership with the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge.
These weekend-long workshops provide a valuable opportunity for Christians, from early career scientists and science students to trainee science and RE teachers, to think about and become more effective and confident communicators on topics surrounding science and faith.
The next workshop is Friday 18 – Sunday 20 September 2015 at the Møller Centre, Cambridge and there are still places left!
To apply, fill out the short Application Form and send back to Steph Bryant at email@example.com by 1 September. If you’d like more information about the workshop or project in general, feel free to drop Steph a line. Or click here to see what some of last years’ delegates got out of the weekend!