Dr. Hannah Eagleson
Organizer, Speaker, Writer, and Editor
Chesterton House at Cornell University
At Chesterton House, a Christian Study center at Cornell, Dr. Eagleson is Director of Graduate Student and Faculty Engagement.
Photo Credit: Photo by Dave Burbank/Cornell University
Broadening Inclusion in Science
Since 2016, Dr. Eagleson has worked with the American Scientific Affiliation to lead early-career programs to support the next generation of scientific leaders.
New: Scholar’s Compass Booklet
Scholar’s Compass is a one-semester guidebook to connecting faith & work for grad students & faculty. Design by noted liturgical artist Ned Bustard.
Book: Science & Faith
How does science enhance faith? Is God relevant in an age of science? Science and Faith: Student Questions Explored provides Christian perspectives from a diverse group of scientists for the perfect conversation starter.
Speaker & Convenor
How can passion-filled Christians find their calling? As a speaker, storyteller, public scholar, and convenor, Dr. Eagleson helps communities worldwide explore their calling together. Recent: Curated the digital ministry track for Passion Talks 2021.
Emerging Scholars Network
Dr. Eagleson is Associate Director of the Emerging Scholars Network, which supports thousands of students, postdocs, and faculty across the US to work out how their academic vocation serves God and others.
Writing: Poetry, Nonfiction, Fiction
How can enduring ideas sparkle and inspire? As a writer, Hannah Eagleson has explored this question through poetry, journalism, school textbooks, music lyrics, and children’s fiction.
As an editor, Dr. Eagleson helps authors shape their ideas into a coherent book that can effectively reach their audience.
Most recently, she edited Christianity in a Time of Climate Change: To Give a Future with Hope by Dr. Kristen Poole.
Textbooks & Study Guides
As an educational writer, Dr. Eagleson has published over 30 textbooks and teaching guides for public schools, home schools, and classical schools on topics including literature, writing, earth science, and geography.
Dr. Eagleson has a PhD in Early Modern Literature from the University of Delaware and a Master’s degree from St. John’s College.
Her dissertation showed how poets John Donne and George Hebert imagined the body in the world across theological time.
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