Project Overview

project overview

The Catalyst Project uses storytelling as a medium through which students   can both explore their own approaches to integrating science and faith and learn from and be inspired by their peers who are also wrestling with large     and complex theological and vocational questions. This project provides Gustavus students with opportunities to think deeply about their faith and     their passion for science in the context of vocation.

Many students who identify as religious also pursue scientific majors and vocations. However, these students often have never had an opportunity to think deeply about how to integrate their faith and their passion for science. This can lead to students thinking that they must choose between their         faith and a future career in science or healthcare. The Catalyst Project is intended to give students a space in which they can explore their beliefs       and values and learn from and support their peers.

This project was made possible through the support of an award from the Science and Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries project at Fuller Theological Seminary.  The opinions expressed are those of the authors       and do not necessarily reflect the views of Fuller or the STEAM project.