How to Connect with the Wabash Center
The Wabash Center supports theology and religion faculty reflecting on their teaching practice — in both theological education and undergraduate education, in North America. We facilitate faculty conversations about the goals and processes of teaching and student learning. Our programing develops faculty skills for critical reflection on teaching practice.
We are fully funded by Lilly Endowment Inc.
We have a very small professional staff that facilitates our various programs. For the most part, our programs are designed and led by faculty from across the country who have participated in previous Wabash Center programming. Our strategy is to cultivate workshop participants to become leaders of future workshops — and contributors to the full range of Wabash Center programming and resources.
The most obvious way to get involved with the Wabash Center is to apply for one of our Summer Teaching Workshops.
We also publish a peer-reviewed journal on teaching, host several blog series featuring bloggers from around the country, and provide other resources to support faculty thinking critically and intentionally about their teaching practice.