ISCAST has four categories of membership as follows:
If you are interested in joining ISCAST as a member in one of the first three categories, you can apply using the online application form at our membership and payments interface. To find out more about being a Fellow and application details, please see here.
Associates are supporters of ISCAST but who do not have the qualifications, time or interest required to become Fellows. They support ISCAST’s Vision, Mission and Core Values. Many ISCAST associates are among our most active members and are key supporters of ISCAST’s program through financial and other means.
- discounts to ISCAST events;
- the ISCAST Digest four times a year;
- regular email newsletters informing them of news and issues of interest relating to the science-faith area;
- a discount on their subscription to the international journal Science and Christian Belief.
Associates become members by application to ISCAST
. The Associate membership fee is $80 per year.
Corporate and Family Membership
Organisations wishing to support the work of ISCAST are encouraged to become corporate members. Families too may wish to be involved but do not want to pay a subscription for each member or receive multiple copies of the Digest or email newsletters.
Corporate and family members receive the same discounts made available to ISCAST Associates and become members through application to ISCAST
. Corporate and Family Membership is $100 per year.
Many members of ISCAST remember with gratitude the access we had to wise scientists who influenced us through their Christian faith and helped us understand the issues involved and set us on our various paths of research, professional careers and learning. ISCAST is keen to provide this same access for today’s science and theological students.
Student membership of ISCAST is $25 per year, and this provides the full suite of benefits of membership as well as access to some of Australia’s top scientists in their fields.
ISCAST is currently investigating the possibility of developing a student program focussed on senior secondary and undergraduate university students, particularly those studying science and/or theology.