- a higher degree
- commercial, industrial or professional experience (or research work) in one or more fields related to the aims of ISCAST
- teaching experience in one or more fields related to the aims of ISCAST.
electing the Board;
taking part in ISCAST’s research, education and training programs;
being the major contributors to ISCAST publications and to publications elsewhere in the science-faith debate;
leading discussions or giving lectures at ISCAST events;
being available for lectures/talks at other events with a science-faith aspect including talks to schools, campus and church groups;
encouraging one another regularly to keep in focus the mission of Christ in their daily lives and work as scientists, technologist or theologians.
Becoming a Fellow
Fellows are appointed by the Board. Appointment can be by:
Application from interested persons should be sent to the ISCAST Board.
Applications should consist of a CV, including a brief faith statement, and letter of application addressing the guidelines according to a by-law adopted 9 September 2000 and with reference to ISCAST’s Core Values. Where possible the names of any ISCAST Fellows known to the applicant should be included as referees.
Prospective applicants should be registered ISCAST Associates and have been involved with ISCAST for a period of at least one year before becoming a Fellow.
Suitably qualified people may be invited by the Board to become Fellows. Those approached will be asked to submit a CV, including a brief faith statement, and a letter addressing the guidelines according to a by-law adopted 9 September 2000 with reference to ISCAST’s Core Values.
The annual subscription for ISCAST Fellows as at March 2015 is $190 per year.
Download a copy of the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association below: