Check this link for more details on the ASA faith/science conference and registration when it opens.
The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) annual faith/science conference is coming up July 19-22. The Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) and ASA have partnered to expand student/early career presence greatly in the last few years, and this time we would love to connect with even more emerging scholars and more experienced mentors. Previous early career activities have included a webcomics breakfast, a lunch withÂ Christianity TodayÂ science editor Rebecca Randall, and a meal with a scientist who helped to equip the Mars Rover. This year’s theme is Exploring Creation. Here are some highlights:
- The ESN/ASA Student and Early Career Track
- Student/postdoc scholarships
- Chicago field trips
We’ll keep you posted on further details. In the meantime, enjoy the 2018 ASA photos. If you scroll down, you’ll find ESN science writer Andy Walsh, some volleyball and softball action shots, and Francis Collins playing guitar. As a bonus, look for a video of last year’s talk by Francis Collins at the ASA website.Â
About the author:
Dr. Hannah Eagleson loves building the ecosystem Christian scholars need to flourish and create positive impacts, in the university and beyond. She is Associate Director of InterVarsityâ€™s Emerging Scholars Network, a digital first ministry serving thousands of early career Christian scholars. Dr. Eagleson launched the ESN student/early career track at the American Scientific Affiliation annual faith and science conference. She is the editor of *Science and Faith: Student Questions Explored* (Hendrickson, 2019), and the one-semester guidebook *Scholarâ€™s Compass: Connecting Faith & Work for Academics* (InterVarsity Emerging Scholars Network, 2021), with design by noted liturgical artist Ned Bustard. She also launched the Scholar's Compass online devotional series in her previous role as ESN Editor. Dr. Eagleson holds an MA from St. Johnâ€™s College (Annapolis, MD) and a PhD in Renaissance literature from the University of Delaware.