Francis Su

The gap between our work and our faith can often feel like a chasm—but it doesn’t have to. The Christian call to live for God’s kingdom as agents of the restoration of all things includes our studies, our jobs, and even our hobbies.

Join us as we learn from Francis Su, award-winning mathematician, about his own journey toward bridging his faith and his vocation, from his story of becoming a Christian to his struggle to integrate his faith directly into his vocation as a mathematics professor and writer. No matter what stage of life we are in, or what industry we come from, the call to work in service of Christ remains the same.

This event, hosted on Zoom, is made possible through the partnership of Anselm House (University of Minnesota) and Upper House (UW-Madison).

About Our Speaker

Francis Edward Su is the Benediktsson-Karwa Professor of Mathematics at Harvey Mudd College(Claremont, CA) and former president of the Mathematical Association of America. His research is in geometric combinatorics and applications to the social sciences, and he has co-authored numerous papers with undergraduates. He also has a passion for teaching and popularizing mathematics. From the Mathematical Association of America, he received the 2018 Halmos-Ford award for writing, and the 2013 Haimo Award for distinguished teaching. His book Mathematics for Human Flourishing (Yale University Press) was published in January 2020.

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Date:
March 17
Time:
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CDT
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