Gifts to Help Fund the Annual Russell Family Research Fellowship
For over twenty-six years, the annual J.K. Russell Fellowship in Religion and Science has enabled senior scholars in the field of theology and the natural sciences to be in residence at CTNS/GTU. Here they present original research in a day-long conference, give a presentation to a CTNS/GTU doctoral or seminary course, and present public lectures. These events are attended by faculty and graduate students as well as those in the general public who are interested in theology and science.
Your gift will help make this annual fellowship possible into the future.
The annual J.K. Russell Fellowship in Religion and Science was created in memory of John K. Russell (1896-1958). Mr. Russell, born of Italian immigrants, was an industrial engineer and humanitarian. Since its founding in 1981, Mrs. J. K. (Arden) Russell played a key role in supporting the Fellowship with annual gifts now totaling over $150,000. Upon Arden's death in May 2004, the CTNS Board of Directors established a restricted fund for the J. K Russell Fellowship to honor her as well as Mr. Russell.
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Previous J. K. Russell Research Fellows
Link to "an open letter from Bob Russell, May 2004 "