Want to hear Francis Collins? Connect with ESN in person? Go to a faith/science conference on the beautiful grounds of Gordon College, near Boston?
Paying for science is not always as exciting as the science itself, unless we’re using science to figure out how to pay for it.
What do you make of the case presented for stifled creativity in science research?
Part 2 of Vinoth Ramachandra‘s Engaging the University (21:22) is packed. After exploring the broad topics of funding’s push toward instrumentalism, the fragmentation of campus academic life by global communication, and the lack of “any coherent master narrative for a central point of reference . . . to evaluate the relationship of . . . parcels of knowledge to other […]
One of my favorite benefits of ESN membership is our partnership with the Christian Scholars Foundation. Most of ESN’s work deals with intangible — encouragement, prayer, resources, etc. CSF offers something that might be a bit more practical to ESN members: grant money! Further, CSF has demonstrated truly excellent discernment and great breadth in choosing […]