Connect with ESN Each Month: New Events and Updates

fall photoESN is growing rapidly this year, and we’d love to stay in touch with our members. To that end, we’ll be launching a new monthly update email with events and more. We are so thankful that God is blessing us with growth, and that you are connecting with us. If you’d like to receive updates, it’s a great time to join ESN or update your information (simply fill out the regular join form with your new info and note in the comments form that it’s an update).

Updates will include:

1. New events

ESN is launching new online events and in person coffee meetups at academic conferences in various fields. This email update will be one of the main ways we communicate about these. We’ll also include other events that may be of interest to ESN members.

2. Stories/quotes from ESN members

We’re excited to share more of your stories and experiences in our monthly email updates. We hope hearing about other ESN members will be a great encouragement to readers.

3. Blog highlights

Like the blog, but don’t have time to read everything? We’ll give you a short list of 3 highlighted posts each month in our updates. It’s a great way to keep up with what’s happening at the blog, even if your week is very full.

We hope to connect further in the months ahead! We’d be deeply grateful for your prayers as Tom Grosh heads to the Faculty Leadership Team Meetings in Madison (Sept. 25-27). This fall, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship / USA is exploring its vision and goals for now through 2030. Pray for vision, clarity, and resources to serve Christ well in the academy. Thank you, and look for an email in your inbox soon!

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Hannah Eagleson

Hannah Eagleson is a writer/editor on staff with InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN). She edits ESN's collaboratively written devotional for academics. Hannah also crafts other community-building events and materials for ESN. She holds a PhD in English literature, and she’s working on a novel about a dragon who gave up fending off knights to become a tea importer in eighteenth-century England.

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