2017-18 Deans Colloquy

2017-18 Colloquy for Theological School Deans

 

This colloquy seeks to gather a diverse group of theological school deans to engage in creative conversations about academic leadership in an age of dramatic socio-economic, environmental, demographic, and religious change in the North American context. Colloquy participants can expect to engage in collaborative learning, expand their understanding of the work of academic administration, and build a network of collegial support.

Goals

As peers in a collegial and confidential atmosphere, we will consider such questions as:

  • How do you discern and affirm your vocation as a theological educator in the role of an academic dean within the mission of your institution?
  • How do academic deans lead in times of dramatic social and religious change that directly and indirectly impact theological education?
  • How do academic deans lead to keep faculties vital, curricula relevant, and teaching and learning the center of the theological school enterprise?

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Honorarium and Fellowship


Participants will receive an honorarium of $3000 for full participation in the two sessions, plus local expenses and travel. In addition, the Wabash Center will reimburse expenses up to $500 for your attendance at the Association of Theological Schools’ CAOS meeting to be held prior to the ATS biennial in June 2018.

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Participants

Front Row: Stephen McMullin (Acadia Divinity College), *Deborah Krause (Eden Theological Seminary), *Luis Rivera (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary), Heather Vacek (Pittsburgh Theological Seminary), Munir Shaikh (Claremont School of Theology).

Back Row: Susan Abraham (Pacific School of Religion), Grant Taylor (Beeson Divinity School at Samford University), Melanie Johnson-DeBaufre (Drew Theological School), Jeanne Hoeft (Saint Paul School of Theology), Lynda Robitaille (St. Mark’s College), Valerie Rempel (Fresno Pacific University Biblical Seminary), *Paul Myhre (Wabash Center).

*leadership/staff position.

 

APPLICATIONS CLOSED
Due January 17, 2017

Colloquy Information

Dates

  • First Session:
    July 17-22, 2017, Wabash College
  • Second Session: 
  • April 18-22, 2018, Corpus Christi, Texas

Leadership Team

  • Deborah Krause, Eden Theological Seminary 
  • Luis Rivera, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
  • Paul O.Myhre, Wabash Center

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