Center for Theology, Science, & Human Flourishing launches new website

Author: Brandi Klingerman

Screen Shot 2018 05 31 At 8

Screen Shot 2018 05 31 At 8

The Center for Theology, Science, & Human Flourishing (CTSHF) has launched their new website, The site now includes a modern look and enriched content in order to strengthen engagement with the center’s internal and external audiences.

The site offers six main sections to the page, including an updated ‘Research’ section, which highlights the CTSHF’s innovative research and links to the scholars, publications, events, news, and media resources associated with each project. Additionally, website visitors will be able to explore the broad array of CTSHF offerings by visiting the ‘Engage’ tab, which also features the ‘Origins. Natures. Futures’ blog where readers can access popular-level writing from researchers at the center. 

Under the newly updated ‘Resources’ tab, users can view the CTSHF’s publications and videos recorded from public lectures. The publications database allows visitors to search by keyword, discipline, project, and publication type, providing an easy and accessible way for people to read about center-affiliated research articles, books, and more.

“The new site was created to enable our audiences to easily explore the scope of our research and to encounter multiple entry points for engagement. By providing access to the scholarship, we aim to be a point of connection for scholars already working across the disciplines and for those seeking to enter in for the first time,” said Rebecca Artinian-Kaiser, assistant director of management and operations at the CTSHF

To learn about all affiliated staff, faculty, and other researchers, visitors can visit the ‘People’ tab. Each person’s profile provides information about their research, publications, and other ways to connect to their work. A directory of the center’s research alumni is also available.

The site also now includes integrated social media buttons for Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook. Explore these sections of the website and more at

Originally published by Brandi Klingerman at on May 31, 2018.