I’m not sure where you are on your academic path, but as a freshly graduated Ph.D., I am excited as I start a job as an Assistant Professor this year. It means I get to learn how to create my life schedule amongst a bunch of newness: new city, new home, new church, new university, new community (including new coffee shops!), new university, new colleagues, new students, and honestly, a new me.
Loving Your Spouse, Kids (And Anyone, Really) While You’re Still In School—Part 4
Last week, I offered the first part of a list of hands on ways to love your family and friends in grad school. Here’s the rest of the list.
Loving Your Spouse, Kids (And Anyone, Really) While You’re Still In School—Part 3
So let’s take a step back and see where we are on the map. We’ve spent a lot of time on acknowledging our tendency to idolize grad school, and, why we do that. What are some practical ways to focus on God and care for others?
Loving Your Spouse, Kids (And Anyone, Really) While You’re Still In School—Part 1
Shoot. As I heard the front door open from my basement study, I grew frustrated. I’ve been reading and studying all day and there’s still SO much more to do.
Gender, Calling, and Courage: Lessons from Christian Women in Academia
How can Christian women find the courage to follow the call of academia, and what does that life look like? At the Urbana 2015 conference, a panel of women in academia share insights into how they find life as Christians and women in the university setting.