IBR Women

IBR Women Scholars’ Breakfast

IBR Women's Breakfast

IBR will be hosting its seventh annual IBR Women Scholars’ Breakfast at SBL on Saturday, November 21 in Boston, MA. This event is designed to provide an opportunity for women IBR scholars to connect with other women for mutual support, networking, and advancement in scholarship. In 2014 we had over 40 women attend and, in 2019, this number increased to 100! We anticipate this annual breakfast will continue to foster a greater sense of community and solidarity with other women in the field. All current IBR women scholars will receive an email invitation in September. Numbers are limited, so please be prompt with your RSVP. For more information, please contact Beth Stovell at bstovell@ambrose.edu.

One of ways to connect with other IBR women scholars is through our private Facebook page. You can find us at Facebook under “IBR Women.” If you have any questions, you can contact Beth Stovell at bstovell@ambrose.edu.

Members are now able to make a donation specifically to support our IBR Women’s Breakfast. After logging in to your account, simply click on “Donate to IBR” under Member Functions, and then select “Women’s Breakfast” under “Choose a Project.”

IBR Women Scholars’ Summer Writing Retreat

Hideaway Colorado

Hideaway logoThe Institute for Biblical Research would like to congratulate the following women scholars who will be joining Lynn Cohick (Denver Seminary) and Beth Stovell (Ambrose University, Canada) for the IBR Women Summer Writing Retreat in June 2020 at The Hideaway in Colorado Springs, CO:

Amanda Beckhuysen, Calvin Seminary
Aubrey Buster, Wheaton College
Carmen Imes, Prairie College (Canada)
Catherine McDowell, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Christine Palmer, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Jeannette Hagen Pifer, Biola University
Jennifer Jones, Ecclesia College
JoAnna Hoyt, Dallas International University
Julianne Burnett, University of Manchester
Madison Pierce, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Rebekah Eklund, Loyola University Maryland
Sarah Baker, University of Texas-Austin
Sarah Harris, Carey Baptist College (New Zealand)

We hope this writing retreat will be a time of fellowship, connection, and productive academic writing. We are thankful to the Imago Dei Fund for funding this retreat.

UPDATE: Due to COVID-19, the IBR Women Scholars' Summer Writing Retreat has been postponed to June 2021.

For more information on IBR Women Initiatives, click here for a brochure.