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2024 Summer Study Abroad Opportunity for ATCJS Undergraduate Students: 

Call for Applications: Study-Abroad Opportunity in Berlin

Deadline: April 1, 2024

Attention Undergraduate Students,

Embark on a unique, not-for-credit study-abroad journey focusing on the intersection of Science and Judaism in Berlin. This immersive program, sponsored by the Anne Tannenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies and the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, invites you to explore the rich historical and contemporary connections between these two domains.

Program Details:

Location: Berlin, Germany

Dates: July 8th to 12th, 2024

Theme: "Science and Judaism in Berlin from 1871 to the present"

Research: Participants will conduct independent research related to the program theme, with most research conducted prior to traveling to Berlin. Research findings will be presented on-site in Berlin. Possible topics for research include Einstein in Berlin, or Human experiments during Nazi rule, or the beginning of the nuclear age in the lab of Otto Hahn and Lise Meitner. Research should be related to historical sites of contemporary Berlin.

Financial Support: Successful applicants will receive a $2500 bursary to help cover travel costs.

For-Credit Option: Students may choose to enroll in an independent studies course for academic credit, subject to tuition costs.

Application Process:

Interested students who are in good academic standing are invited to submit the following documents to

(1) Statement of Interest

(2) Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Deadline for Applications: April 1, 2024

Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to delve into the fascinating interplay between Science and Judaism in one of Europe's most dynamic cities. Expand your

horizons, deepen your understanding, and be part of a transformative academic experience.

For further inquiries, please contact

Yiftach Fehige

Professor for Science and Religion

Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology

Anne Tannenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies