2015 FTE Workshop

2015 Teaching Workshop for FTE Doctoral Fellows

March 6-8, 2015 at Wabash College

Co-sponsored with the Forum for Theological Exploration
Eligibility is by invitation from FTE.

A gathering of FTE Doctoral Fellows to discuss issues about teaching and learning such as:

  • syllabi design
  • alignment  of teaching goals, assignments, and assessment
  • philosophy of teaching
  • vocation and institutional contexts
  • collaborative support in the first years of teaching

The Wabash Center is located on the Wabash College campus, about an hour west of Indianapolis. Since the mid-1990s, the Wabash Center has received full funding from Lilly Endowment Inc. for a variety of programs to support teachers of religion and theology in North American higher educational contexts.

Our Philosophy of Workshops

Schedule (March 6 – 8):
Friday evening arrival, reception, dinner, and opening session
Saturday sessions (with informal time for networking, conversation, and rest)
Sunday concluding session and lunch  

Our Policy on Participation
More Information on Travel and Accommodations

Leadership Team:
Carolyn Medine, University of Georgia
Eric Barreto, Luther Seminary
Matthew Williams, Forum for Theological Exploration
Tom Pearson, Wabash Center

Participants will receive a stipend of $500 for full participation in the 3-day workshop, plus local expenses and travel.

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More Information
Matthew Wesley Williams
Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, FTE

Tom Pearson
Associate Director of the Wabash Center

Front Row (left to right):  *Thomas Pearson (Wabash Center), *Carolyn Jones Medine (University of Georgia), *Eric Barreto (Luther Seminary), Vince Bantu (Catholic University of America)

Second Row: Xavier Pickett (Princeton Theological Seminary), Jonathan Calvillo (University of California – Irvine), Elana Jefferson-Tatum (Emory University), Michele Watkins-Branch (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary), Charrise Barron (Harvard University), SueJeanne Koh (Duke University), Christopher Carter (Claremont School of Theology), Duane Loynes (Marquette University)


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