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Workshops and Colloquies
How to Apply
Applications for the 2015-16 summer workshops and colloquies are due January 15, 2015.

2015-16 workshops and colloquies

Each workshop and colloquy has different application requirements. These requirements are posted on the individual workshop and colloquy web pages.

In general, workshop applications require:
  • letter of application
  • four page cv
  • brief responses to 1 or 2 writing prompts
  • a letter of recommendation

Decisions on applications will be announced by March 15.

See a list of Past Workshops and Colloquies

Participation in workshops and colloquies is usually by application in response to our advertising and mass email announcements.

Typically, our workshops and colloquies meet for 1 week during 2 successive summers, with a weekend winter retreat between the two summer meetings. Participants usually receive free room and board while attending the program, a small stipend for their work, and reimbursement for their travel expenses.

Sometimes a specific program will be by invitation only. For example, every two years we gather representatives from doctoral programs to discuss the preparation of graduate students as teachers. (Please be sure to contact us if you feel your doctoral program should be included in this program.)

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The Wabash Center has developed the practice of hospitality to such a fine art, that it engenders some of the best teaching and learning. The Center provides a space and a mood—an atmosphere—of such welcome and graciousness that strangers gather together and open their hearts and minds to one another, and thereby teach and learn from one another, and in the process become good friends.
Arun W. Jones
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

The programs of the Wabash Center are more extensive and richer than any one person or institution can exhaust!... The workshops provide very helpful ideas for improving one's own institution's pedagogical programs and the meetings themselves serve as a marvelous support group for those of us charged with preparing our doctoral students for the profession of undergraduate teaching.
Gene Szarek
Loyola University Chicago

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