The other day, we posted an article with some resources for starting a grad group. But what are the nuts and bolts of starting a group? Bob Trube, director of Emerging Scholars Network helped re-start a graduate group at Ohio State and has worked with other staff and students in launching graduate fellowships and offers […]
This has been a challenging year in academia and an exciting year of growth in ESN. Here are three areas of growth that encourage us: People: We have enjoyed growth in the number of people engaging all of our platforms. Beyond that we have formed a new advisory council, nearly 200 people are now engaging our […]
When you hear the term “critical junctures” at the beginning of an academic year, your mind may go to the decisions that may have important consequences for your academic career—the choice of an advisor, defining a research interest, or deciding which journal to which you submit an article. What about junctures in your faith journey?
Many of us have felt adrift in these days of quarantine, and work from home. The rhythms of our lives are upset. We try to give lectures, or write while supervising children’s school work or letting out the dog. We follow health warnings, infection statistics, and the endless public debates reflected in the news and […]
Do you ever feel like you have two jobs, excelling in your field and figuring out how it all relates to your calling to follow Christ? At ESN, we work hard to support Christian academics in bringing the two together. ESN Director Bob Trube reflects on this key challenge/opportunity for Christian scholars in Director’s Corner, […]