What involves the Rocky Mountains, faith/science speakers from MIT to Texas Tech to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and a brand new expanded student/early career track? The American Scientific Affiliation 2017 summer faith and science conference, where the student track is sponsored by InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network. This year’s ASA Annual Meeting will be held in beautiful Golden, Colorado at the Colorado School of Mines. Speakers include Philip Yancey, Ian Hutchinson, and Katharine Hayhoe.
ASA and ESN have worked hard to decrease costs for students attending (undergrad or graduate):
1. Student conference registration is free with free Student Basic membership from ASA.
2. Student scholarships for 75% off food and lodging are available, first-come/first-served.
3. And ESN has one scholarship for up to $350 towards a flight to the conference still available, first come/first-served.
You can register or read more here.
The ESN Student track at the ASA conference and the ESN travel scholarships are funded by a generous grant: This project was made possible through the support of an award from the Science and Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries project at Fuller Theological Seminary. The opinions expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of Fuller or the STEAM project.
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