Taking seriously the question, “What are God’s priorities for your background, skills, education, experience, and networks?” Sandra Diaz begins a start-up for Latina entrepreneurs.
Community college professor Angela Prater encourages Christians to confront issues of workplace discrimination.
A professor of social psychology shares her interest in her field and its application to the church.
A medical resident shares how her life has changed and wrestles with what will be the next step in her career.
PhD student Lucy Aguirre works with the fundamental building blocks of life.
Meet US history scholar and ESN blogger Janine Giordano Drake.
Ruth López Turley inspires her students as she researches and teaches about inequalities in education, drawing inspiration from her own experience growing up in Laredo, Texas.
In university classrooms and homeless shelters, Heather Duncan finds fulfillment in her work.
Listen in to The Well’s interview with academic, speaker, and author Carmen Acevedo Butcher.
Bosscher-Hammond Prize recipient Karen Kim describes her work in the Lower Mississippi Delta integrating faith and health care.
Ann Boyd reflects on the complicated relationship she has with Lent and what Jesus has taught her through it.
Carmen Imes reflects on a year of taking Sheryl Sandberg’s advice.
Jasmine Obeyesekere Fernando considers the connections between the Magis' search for Jesus, the pain of injustice then and now, and links with the modern academy.
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