With continued support, monastic leaders will expand their capacities to share and engage science. They will continue to write articles, teach in classrooms, organize dialogues and symposiums, and science exhibitions that travel through the Tibetan lay and monastic communities in India, and to the west. There are a number of ways you can help support the Science for Monks program.
Donations and gifts of any size can be made to the program. If you are interested in supporting Science for Monks we encourage you to contact us by email as follows:
Dr. Bryce Johnson, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the last three years, we have invested in the leadership development of 70 monastics who work together in mutually supportive learning and working groups and who can share science with other monastics and engage scientists and science educators in dialogue.
However, there are over 20,000 Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns in exile in India and Nepal. These monastics are eager to learn and form connections with science and scientists. Providing the learning opportunities and opportunities to create dialogues with scientists requires ongoing financial support, and a team of active supporters.
With sufficient support a network of science leaders can emerge that drives, re-invents, and implements science education programming and ongoing engagement in dialogue with scientists. Your support can make a big difference to the monks and nuns in India and Nepal. Contributions can be directed to support: