A Series of Teaching Seminars for Doctoral Students
The Wabash Center conducts Teaching Seminars for Doctoral Students in U.S. cities with significant numbers of doctoral programs in theological and religious studies. These seminars feature conversations about teaching facilitated by two Wabash Consultants.
To contribute to the formation of future teachers by guiding doctoral students in conversations about teaching, both in general and in specifics including:
- Critically reflective teaching
- Design of learning experiences
- Teaching contexts
- Issues of diversity in the classroom
The seminars also provide an opportunity to acquaint doctoral students with the Wabash Center and its resources so they can take advantage of the Wabash Center’s fuller programming when they have teaching appointments. In addition, doctoral students will discover ways to build networks of support and conversation across institutions.
Participants receive a $500 honorarium for attending the full Friday & Saturday sessions.
Participants must be students in doctoral programs in theological or religious studies at an accredited North American institution that grants a Ph.D., Th.D. or equivalent degree. Participants should be in the final years of their doctoral work and have experience teaching through adjunct, TA, or proctoring positions. The Teaching Seminars have a limit of up to 20 doctoral students per host city.
Mary T. Stimming, PhD
Associate Director for Special Programs
- 2020: Atlanta and Denver
- 2021: Raleigh/Durham and Chicago
- 2022: San Francisco and Boston
Additional information and specific dates for these events will be announced in the Summer prior to each academic year.
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