The God-given ability to focus on problems and solve them creatively positions us as uniquely for evangelism as it does for research.
People say the combination of physics Ph.D. student and ballroom is an odd one. They say that it’s unusual to find the artist and the scientist in one body. But Robbie Fraleigh manages it without any conflict. He says that he doesn’t know how to do grad school without the dancing.
Physics Professor W. Brian Lane on how he came to see teaching physics as a way of seeking God’s glory.
Introduction Thank-you to Dwight Schwartz, Ph.D., for continuing his Candidate for What? series by sharing a glimpse of his undergraduate and graduate school journey. A few questions for you as you dive into Part 2 and 3 (Click here for Part 1): How do you relate to Dwight’s journey through college (and possibly graduate school)? Are you (or did […]
As you may or may not have noticed (and if you haven’t, just play along; it’ll make me feel better), I’ve been posting a science link of the week every Wednesday over on the ESN Facebook wall. Facebook seems like a good place for some empirical experimentation; it provides a Wall against which to throw […]