In Arts, Books, and Media, we feature book excerpts, book reviews, poetry, photography, fiction, images of visual artwork, reflections on art or on the life of the artist, and other creative endeavors by or of interest to women in the academy and professions.

Blog articles offer practical advice, personal experiences, and responses to current events from the vantage point of life in academia.

Interested in delving deeper to Christian thinking on vocation or important issues of our time? Gather a few folks and host a book club! Your book club might be in person with colleagues or online with friend. You may find some people are more open to reading a book and discussing it than coming to a Bible study. To help you get started, below are discussion guides (all from Women Scholars and Professionals' previous online book clubs) that you can easily adapt if meeting in person.

The Dear Mentor column features mentors responding to questions from our audience.

In Focus articles are thoughtful and practical writings addressing the unique challenges and joys of women in the academy and professions. Topics include those dealing with the academy, professions, relationships, singleness, career decisions, and child-bearing and child-raising in the context of study and work.

Join us for conversations in which we seek to give voice to women living into their God-given callings and serving as redeeming influences in the academy and beyond.

Reflections are meditations and stories, often in memoir style, of women's lives as they seek to follow Christ in the academy and professions. Reflections include insights into God's faithfulness to women in the midst of academic and professional life.

Spiritual Formation includes Bible study guides, instructions for spiritual practices, and descriptions of experience with spiritual practices as guides in growing a vibrant faith in Christ in the midst of academic and professional life.

Staff Resources offers tools for those seeking to support women following Christ in the academy and professions, including descriptions of practices and resources.

In an interview format, Voices features women in The Well audience representing a variety of academic areas and professions.

A regular feature where we hear from women scholars and professionals about their lives, their faith, and the way it all intersects.