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We’re delighted to present a panel on getting ready for graduate school. Please join us or invite students or friends.Â
â€‹â€‹Preparing for Graduate School Spiritually & PracticallyÂ
Tuesday April 5 @Â 8-9pmEDT/7pm CDT/6pm MDT/5pm PDT
Are you starting graduate school this fall or considering it for the future? Would you like to know how to thrive in grad school? Join us to hear tips on adjusting to the workload, finding community, and flourishing in graduate school. From health sciences to English literature, meet some friendly professors and professionals who can share great ideas on getting ready for grad school. There will be time to ask questions.Â
Dr. Scott Santibanez, a physician and previous adjunct professor at Emory University, and an ESN blog author
Dr. David Vosburg, professor and green chemistry specialist at Harvey Mudd College and author of Jesus, Beginnings, & Science (2017)
Moderator: Dr. Hannah Eagleson, Associate Director of InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network
Cosponsored by InterVarsityâ€™s Emerging Scholars Network and Belmont Universityâ€™s Office of Spiritual Development.
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.