For those seeking to support women following Christ in the academy and professions, including descriptions of practices and resources.
Karen Hice Guzmán describes the challenges faced by women in STEM fields and offers suggestions to help.
When a graduate fellowship studies prayer in Scripture, meaningful actions spring forth from their learning.
Nancy Pedulla offers a compelling vision and practical advice for cultivating leadership skills as a woman.
As Kathy Cooper became intentional about integrating faith, learning, and practice, God reshaped her ministry in almost every area.
Bob Trube helps us think about how to pay attention.
What can an older woman and keeper of chickens offer to some of the brightest women on campus?
UW-Madison grad women reflect on the power and necessity of a support group in their academic lives.
The need for fellowship doesn't end when women graduate. Debbie Splaingard describes how that need is being met for post-grad women in Columbus.
A Spring retreat for women graduate students in Columbus provides ongoing encouragement and support.
Campus volunteer Debbie Splaingard hosts monthly breakfasts to develop the supportive fellowship of women at Ohio State.
WAP Director Karen Guzmán talks with mathematician Natasha Dobrinen about being a smart girl, following God's call, and her unique take on solving problems in the second segment of a two-part interview.
Artist Tricia Robinson leads us more deeply into Advent through her depiction of these four women from Jesus's line of heritage.
Tish Harrison Warren talks with us about her new book and what she’s learned about worship and everyday life through writing it.
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