Marcia Bosscher

Marcia Bosscher is the former editor of The Well and now an associate with InterVarsity's Faculty Ministry. Having been married to a professor and sharing life with grad students and faculty in a campus church, she has a deep interest and care for those in the academy. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin, with a golden-retriever mix and a diverse array of lodgers and travelers.

Contributions by Marcia Bosscher
By Marcia Bosscher

In the middle of a walk with my friend Jackie, I ran into The University Bookstore to pick up a copy of the NYT bestseller, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up — the irony being that Jackie is one of those women...

By Marcia Bosscher

Marcia Bosscher reports back on her experience with an art-focused learning community in Italy.

By Marcia Bosscher

Marcia Bosscher gives an overview of the excellent programming and conversations that occurred at the Flourish: Atlanta conference in September 2014.

By Marcia Bosscher

Keynote speaker Rosalind Picard overheard an interaction between her husband and his younger sister and shared it with the Flourish: Atlanta audience. Asked to fix a flat on her bike, he replied, “It might be good to pretend...

By Marcia Bosscher
I sat a few nights ago in a cavernous Congregational church in Madison while the Bach musicians rehearsed. Unable to attend their concert, I came instead to the dress rehearsal...
By Marcia Bosscher
What contrasts we are experiencing — celebrations and excitement gearing up to Christmas; mourning and grief following the killings in Newtown...
By Marcia Bosscher

I'm revisiting the idea of thanksgiving lists.  A number cropped up on Facebook this year, and these lists of thankfulness are the major theme...

By Marcia Bosscher
Marcia Bosscher looks for advice on behalf of a pregnant medical student friend.
By Marcia Bosscher

Professor Nick Balster's modifications to a university teaching lab help graduate women with young children stay active and engaged in their research programs.