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 […]
Life in the Academy
Grad and Faculty Minister Rick Mattson proposes that worship leads to witness, that witness is the overflow of our inner life of relationship with God, modeled to us in the encounter of Anna with the infant Jesus in the Temple ______________________________________________________________________________________________ One day I met up with an atheist friend that I’ll refer to as […]
We’re thrilled to share this new InterVarsity reading group welcoming all scholars to discuss what it means to work toward human flourishing in harmony with God and each other. This opportunity is sponsored by our colleagues in InterVarsity’s Black Scholars and Professionals (BSAP) network, part of Graduate and Faculty Ministries (GFM). Find dates and details […]
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?
Science is meant to be a marketplace of ideas where the best ones carry the day, regardless of where they come from. Or at least that is how it is advertised.