Register for American Scientific Affiliation Annual Meeting (Free for Students)

APU photo ASA Newsletter May 2016

Register for the ASA Annual Meeting for free as a student!

Apply for student scholarships for 75% off lodging and meals.

InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) is teaming up with the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), a professional association for Christians in science, to host a pilot student conference track at the ASA conference this summer. The conference will be July 22-25, 2016 at Azusa Pacific University near Los Angeles, CA.

Now is a great time to take advantage of free student registration (with student membership, also free), and to apply early for student scholarships for 75% off lodging and meals.

Note: Several years ago Dwight Schwartz, an InterVarsity colleague, encouraged me to join him at an ASA Conference. Ever since 2010, I have explored ways to grow a partnership between ASA and ESN. With increasing conference involvement over the past several years, I look forward to the next steps we are taking in 2016 and 2017. If you are a student in the sciences, I pray that you will give student membership and the ASA conference prayerful consideration. Looking forward to connecting/reconnecting with some of you at the upcoming conference. Please pass along the word to friends in the sciences. ~ Thomas B. Grosh IV, Associate Director, Emerging Scholars Network

Photo of Azusa Pacific courtesy of Leslie Wickman, ASA Executive Director

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