PhD fellowship for women in science-engaged theology on Theological Anthropology, Fundamental Need, and Human Flourishing
The University of Otago, in partnership with Carey Baptist College, invites applications for one PhD fellowship in science-engaged theology on “Theological Anthropology, Fundamental Need, and Human Flourishing,” funded by the John Templeton Foundation. Matriculation will begin on 1 February 2022 and, subject to a separate application to the University of Otago, the University will provide a PhD Scholarship for three years.
This project focuses on increasing the number of women in the field of science-engaged theology and thus applications are only open to women.
The fellow will be co-supervised by Dr. Christa McKirland and Prof. Murray Rae, but will ideally reside in Auckland for face-to-face supervision at Carey Baptist College. Applications are open to women currently resident in New Zealand and to applicants residing overseas who would be willing to relocate to Aotearoa New Zealand for the duration of the Fellowship.
Application Due Date: 1 June 2021