Wednesday lunch meeting, WAG, and scholarship/job/housing opportunities

Dear PHCF,

Hope that you all stayed warm this weekend! Please keep our friends, brothers, and sisters in the Caribbean and along the East Coast in your prayers as they wrestle through the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. Announcements for this week:
  1. Weekly meeting: Wednesday 10/12, 12:15pm, W3011 - Faculty speaker (Dr. Henry Mosley)
  2. Sign up for Writing Accountability Groups:
  3. Harvey Fellows scholarship opportunity, deadline 11/1
  4. Job opportunity with Lifewater International (2)
  5. Housing opportunities (2)
1. Weekly meeting: Wednesday 10/12, 12:15pm, W3011 - Faculty speaker (Dr. Henry Mosley)
Our weekly PHCF lunch meeting is taking place on Wednesday Oct 12 at 12:15pm in Room W3011 in the Wolfe Street building. Dr. Henry Mosley, Professor Emeritus from the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health, will be sharing. Bring your lunch - we look forward to fellowshipping with you!

2. Sign up for Writing Accountability Groups
For those of you writing journal articles, master's essays, dissertations, or anything else, we're going to start up PHCF Writing Accountability Groups soon! If interested in participating, please use this whenisgood poll to let us know when are good times for you to meet! (more info here)
*At this point, I think we'll start up WAGs starting 2nd term! Sorry for the delay.

3. Harvey Fellows deadline 11/1 (scholarship)
The Mustard Seed Foundation runs the Harvey Fellows program, a $12,000 scholarship for "Christian students who are pursuing graduate studies at premier universities in fields considered to be underrepresented by Christians and who possess a unique vision to impact society through their vocations." Deadline is November 1; more information here:

4. Job opportunities
a) The Partnership for Faith and Development
is seeking a part-time project coordinator. Please see the attached job description. Contact Jean Duff ( for more information.
b) Lifewater International, a Christian WASH organization based in California, is seeking a WASH Program Officer (Master's degree, 3 years of experience). Please see the announcement here: Contact Lindsay Lange ( for more information.

5. Housing Opportunities!
a) International House in Charles Village

A vacancy opened up last week in the International House Baltimore. If you know any international student or scholar who will be here for a year (more or less), this is a great opportunity to be a part of a living community in a beautiful setting right off the Homewood campus and shuttle. Check out the website or email Karl Dortzbach ( for more details.
b) 1 Bedroom apartment for rent on historic Reservoir Hill block: (Contact Aaron Brose at

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