Connect with ESN/GFM at Urbana

Urbana ESN / GFM LoungeGoing to Urbana? Connect with the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) and all of InterVarsity’s Graduate and Faculty Ministries (GFM) in the following ways. Check out Urbana materials on the spot in St. Louis for more details on time and location. Here’s a list of what to look for. Not going to Urbana? Pray for emerging scholars and other Urbana participants to grow in their love for God and their neighbors, and look for links to content from Urbana here later on. Or browse our Urbana 15 archives.

  • ESN Seminar: The Secular Academy as a Mission FieldSunday December 30, 3:30 pm, see Urbana materials onsite for place.
  • GFM Booth in Urbana Exhibit Hall: See Urbana materials onsite for place and opening hours.
  • ESN/GFM LoungeSee Urbana materials onsite for place and opening hours. Grad students and faculty are welcome anytime; we’ll have guests hosted by the following ministries on certain days.
    • Saturday, December 29: Faculty Ministries
      • 3 – 5 pm: Special Guests: GFM and Faculty Ministry Leadership
      • 4 – 5 pm: Special Guest: John Inazu
    • Sunday, December 30, 1 – 5 pm: Women in the Academy and Professions

We hope to see you there!

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