Lunch and Learn is an event series featuring seminar-style conversations about vocation and the Christian liberal arts over a catered meal.
Each Lunch and Learn event highlights an original essay by a CFI Scholar. Attendees are expected to read the essay prior to the event and come prepared to engage in conversation. The featured scholar offers framing remarks to open the program before hosting a seminar style discussion for the bulk of the time.
Faculty who have not otherwise engaged with CFI programs will find Lunch and Learn events an easy way to start. Please contact Erin McCord Savidge with questions regarding the Lunch and Learn program. All faculty are invited to RSVP.
Fall 2019 Lunch and Learn Schedule
Lunch and Learn brings you a paper by Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. Brian Miller entitled, "A Christian Vocation of Suburban Living: What Evangelical Books Get Right and Wrong About the Suburban Good Life." In his paper, Miller explores some key themes in the evangelical imagination about pursuing the good life in the suburbs.
CFI presents a new paper by Price-LeBar Chair of Christian Formation and Ministry Dr. David Setran entitled, "Sowing the Story: Narrative Identity, Vocation, and Emerging Adult Flourishing." In his paper, Dr. Setran highlights the importance of storytelling in the spiritual formation of emerging adults.
You can still engage with these interesting topics. Select essays produced by CFI Scholars are available for viewing in CFI's online resource collection.