2002 Doctoral Programs

2002 Conference for Doctoral Programs Preparing Graduate Students as Teachers

Dates: October 20-22, 2002 – Wabash College

Leadership team:
Lucinda Huffaker, Wabash Center
William Placher, Wabash College

Yaakov Ariel, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
William Barnard, Southern Methodist University
Ted Brelsford, Emory University
John Carroll, Union Theological Seminary – PSCE
Anne Collier-Freed, Fuller Theological Seminary
Barbara De Concini, American Academy of Religion
Donald Dietrich, Boston College
Catherine Dooley, Catholic University of America
David Eckel, Boston University School of Theology
Mark Edwards, Harvard Divinity School
Charles Foster, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
David Haberman, Indiana University
Christine Hinze, Fordham University
Adam Kamesar, Hebrew Union College
Rosemary Keller, Union Theological Seminary, NY
Douglas Knight, Vanderbilt University/The Divinity School
Margaret Krych, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
Maureen Maloney, Graduate Theological Union
Eric Meyers, Duke University
Bruce Nielsen, Jewish Theological Seminary of America
William Placher, Wabash College
James Poling, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Harvard Divinity School
Jack Seymour, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Winnifred Sullivan, University of Chicago Divinity School
Gene Szarek, Loyola University Chicago
Augustine Thompson, University of Virginia
Richard Valantasis, Candler School of Theology – Emory University
Joseph Wawrykow, University of Notre Dame
Melissa Wilcox, Whitman College
Robert Wilson, Yale Divinity School

The purpose of this Wabash Center meeting was to learn about initiatives some of the schools have undertaken, to discuss strategies for the future, and to discuss ways the Wabash Center can assist schools.

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