Grow. Connect. Renew.
Are you looking for a place to grow connections for your faith and your scientific work? Find community with other Christians in science, grow your ideas on science and faith, and renew your sense of why your work matters. Hear from engaging keynote speakers who are modelling different ways to connect faith and scientific work. If you’re a student or early career professional, explore your own ideas and professional growth in our student/early career programming. Wherever you are in your scientific career, connect with a community of Christians in science. Keynote Speakers: Francis Su, S. Joshua Swamidass, Erica Carlson, Jessica Moerman, Harry Lee (Hal) Poe
Registration opens soon–in the meantime please submit scholarship requests and poster abstracts below.
Student/Early Career Programming:Â
InterVarsityâ€™s Emerging Scholars Network will sponsor a student/early career session, a gathering over a meal to connect with other grad and undergrad students and early career professionals, and a reception. Itâ€™s a great opportunity to connect with other Christians in a similar career stage.
Scholarshipsâ€”Available whether presenting or not: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.