ESN Local Boston: Hear Francis Collins at ASA 2018

Francis Collins will be speaking at Gordon College on Saturday July 28 as part of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) summer faith/science conference. We shared scholarship opportunities for those coming from a distance last week. ASA has also put together a great $25 local student/postdoc one-day package including a chance to connect with ESN, lunch with Christianity Today editor Rebecca Randall, and a clambake dinner. Not a student or postdoc? You can still hear Dr. Collins for $10 or sign up for the whole conference. Scroll down for options. 

Student/Postdoc One Day Package for $25 (a $230 value ordinarily)

For just $25, ASA is offering a one-day event ticket that includes:
  • Lecture and reception with Francis Collins
  • A student/early career track curated by InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN)
  • An ESN student lunch featuring Rebecca Randall, science editor of Christianity Today
  • Lunch and a catered clambake dinner
  • Transportation options from Cambridge to the conference and back
  • All other ASA programming on Saturday July 28

It’s a great opportunity. Hope to see you there!

One-day Saturday Ticket for Students (Grad and Undergrad), $25: Register Here

Make sure to click on Attendee Selections, where you’ll be able to register for the student one-day Saturday event ticket.

Francis Collins Lecture only, for anyone, $10: Register here

Francis Collins Lecture and Clambake for non-students, $65: Register here

Make sure to click on Attendee Selections, where you’ll be able to register for the lecture and clambake only.

Regular Conference Registration for non-students: Register here

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Hannah Eagleson

Hannah Eagleson is Interim Associate Director of InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN). She launched and still edits ESN's collaboratively written devotional for academics, Scholar's Compass. Hannah also crafts other community-building events and materials for ESN. She holds a PhD in English literature from the University of Delaware, and an MA from St. John's College in Annapolis, MD. 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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