Christine DiPasquale directs communications for the DoSER program. An award-winning journalist, Christine developed and managed DoSER's Science for Religion Reporters project. She also senior produced the DoSER film series, "Science: The Wide Angle," and edited "When God and Science Meet: Surprising Discoveries of Agreement" and "Same World, Different Worldviews: How Can Evangelical Christians and Scientists Minimize Conflict and Improve Relations?" Since 2002, Christine has specialized in reporting on intersections of religion and public life for a variety of national and local media outlets including Religion News Service, The Huffington Post, Publisher's Weekly, Sojourners, and Christianity Today. She has also made editorial contributions to numerous books, including "As They Saw It: A Half-Century of Conversations from The Open Mind." Christine graduated summa cum laude in journalism and media studies from the Rutgers University School of Communication and Information and is a member of the Religion News Association and the American Copy Editors Society. She is a class of 2019 student at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she is an MFA in Visual Narrative.