Salon 2 – Vocational Trajectories

Salon 2
Vocational Trajectories for Mid-Career Theological School Educators

Leadership Team

Evelyn L. Parker, Perkins School of Theology
Joretta L. Marshall, Brite Divinity School
Paul O. Myhre, Wabash Center


Duane R. Bidwell, Claremont School of Theology
Meghan J. Clark, St. John’s University (Queens)
Julián Andrés González Holguin, Church Divinity School of the Pacific
Timothy Hartman, Columbia Theological Seminary
Mark Chung Hearn, Church Divinity School of the Pacific
Michael S. Koppel, Wesley Theological Seminary
Tyler Mayfield, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Melinda A. McGarrah Sharp, Columbia Theological Seminary
Robert G. O’Lynn, II, Kentucky Christian University
Lisa Powell, Saint Ambrose University
Emily Reimer-Barry, University of San Diego


Specific goals: Reflect on vocational trajectories for mid-career theological educators

Conversations and themes include:

  • Honoring justice issues in hybrid and online teaching (gender and sexual justice; racial justice; intersecting oppressions)
  • Developing strategies for forming faculty communities and other learning communities online
  • Negotiating the culture and politics of institutions in virtual spaces
  • Attending to care for self, family, and others in a changing environment

Dates & Times

7 sessions over 9 months (60-90 minutes)

2nd Monday evenings (September 14, October 12, November 9, January 11, February 8, March 8, April 12)

6:00 Central Time (7 Eastern, 5 Mountain, 4 Pacific)

Monday, September 14 (6:00 pm, Central)

Monday, October 12 (6:00 pm, Central)

Monday, November 9 (6:00 pm, Central)

Monday, January 11 (6:00 pm, Central)

Monday, February 8 (6:00 pm, Central)

Monday, March 8 (6:00 pm, Central)

Monday, April 12 (6:00 pm, Central)

Questions about the Salons?
Dr. Paul O. Myhre
Senior Associate Director


Participants in the Salons will receive an honorarium of $3,000 for full participation in the online Salon meetings.

Wabash Center