Science Corner: You’ve Got A Lot of Nerve(s)!

My favorite recent story is the sequencing of the octopus genome. . . . Speaking of learning, I’d like to learn more about my readers so I can better serve you. I’ve created the following survey, and I’d greatly appreciate it if you’d complete it. As an extra incentive, we are offering prizes to 5 randomly selected respondents.Read more…

ESN Interview: Randy Isaac, American Scientific Affiliation

I find it exciting when people tell me that ASA stopped them at the door on the way out of the church. It’s fulfilling to hear how students struggled to learn how to connect their faith with their science and found common ground in the ASA. It is the fellowship with other Christians dealing with the same issues that resonates with me.Read more…

Give to ESN: Send Scholar’s Compass to ASA Conference

Next week, ESN heads out to the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) conference, and you can help send Scholar’s Compass booklets along. For July only, we’ve received a matching gift opportunity to raise $2500 towards sharing teaser booklets with five Scholar’s Compass posts and great graphic design.Read more…

Seminar: Christian Grad Students in Paleobiology (2014)

At the 2013 American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) Annual Meetings, several InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministry (GFM) staff had the privilege not only to meet, but also to have extended conversation(s) with faculty such as Ralph F. Stearley (Ph.D., University of Michigan). Ralph serves as a Professor ofRead more…