We are grieving injustice and racism, so evident in American society right now, and all too often in the structures and systems of academia. We wanted to share a few resources readers may find helpful in lamenting racism and working for justice at this time.
Christian Thought and Practice
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 […]
As we enter Holy Week, we wanted to share some resources for the days leading up to Easter. We especially tried to choose resources that may help you enter into worship and reflection in a moment when most of us cannot gather together in person as usual. Our hope is that these resources, including visual […]
Dear ESN Readers, We know it’s a complex time for faculty, so InterVarsity President Tom Lin wanted to record an encouraging message for this moment when you are doing so much to support students and colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also know you’re busy right now, so it takes less than 3 minutes. Watch […]
We’re delighted today to share an interview with Jennifer Hawk, the 2018 Christian Scholars Foundation Grant recipient. Read on to learn more about Jennifer’s academic interests, CSF grant project, and thoughts on integrating faith and academic life. A key membership benefit of ESN, this junior faculty grant is offered to an ESN member every year […]