Discrimination is a pervasive reality in the scientific world. It’s also a hidden reality.
That’s because most professors and students hide their views on intelligent design, surrounded by an environment of intimidation, fear, and intellectual conformity. Professors extensively qualify their views to protect their careers. Students stay silent in the face of hostile instructors. Even here at the CSC, we don’t put pictures of our Summer Seminar attendees’ faces online.
This is self-censorship. It exists because academia is quick to make an example of dissenters and mavericks. Don’t believe us? Here are their stories.