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Glaze named a 2019-2021 Sinai and Synapses Fellow

College of Education’s Amanda Glaze-Crampes, Ph.D., assistant professor of science education in the Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education, was selected as one of 15 participants for the two-year fellowship program at Sinai and Synapses.

A small interfaith group of clergy, scientists and writers, the Sinai and Synapses Fellowship is committed to elevating the discourse surrounding religion and science.

Sinai and Synapses is a non-profit organization that is housed at The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership (Clal). The organization operations on a mission to offer people a worldview that is both scientifically grounded and spiritually uplifting.

The organization’s fellowship is designed to explore some of the most interesting and important current issues and topics around the world, bringing in wisdom from both religion and science.

Fellow of the Sinai and Synapses organization begin meeting in New York City in February 2020, and continue to meet over a two-year span creating content for science and religion education.

For more information, visit https://sinaiandsynapses.org/sinai-and-synapses-fellowship/

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