NetVUE Blog: Vocation Matters 

The fall season of NetVUE’s blog, Vocation Matters, is underway!  

The slate of new bloggers includes Kerry Hasler-Brooks, associate professor of English and chair of the department of language, literature and writing at Messiah University, whose first post is titled, “Seeking the Irrelevant.” 

Justin Klassen, associate professor of theology and religious studies at Bellarmine University has also contributed a first post, “Learning and Living through Awe.” 

Later in the fall we will see posts by Martin Dotterweich, professor of history and director of the King Institute for Faith and Culture at King University, Kim Garza, professor of design and director of user experience design at St. Edwards University, and M. Hakes, adjunct voice instructor at The College of St. Scholastica and academic advisor at the University of Minnesota – Duluth. 

Additionally, our very own editor of the blog, Stephanie L. Johnson, has made two recent posts, “Article of Note: The Good Life,” and “Called to Endings,” the latter of which explores the important role endings play in the reflection on meaning and purpose, even when starting something new, like a college education. 

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