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An overview of competency-based education, a small research project on people who considered seminary but chose other paths, a focus on interfaith relations at the Graduate Theological Union, and more.
Houses of studies, green revolving funds for sustainability initiatives, board formation, the board’s role in grant strategizing, and more.
A special section on faculty in the governance matrix, an in-depth review of Glenn Miller's three-volume history of American Protestant theological education, Northwest Baptist Seminary begins a radically different program for M.Div. students, and more.
Strategies to combat deferred maintenance, career guidance for non-traditional students, communication with the library, and more.
Stories about successful fundraising, student assessment best practices, a review of Glenn Miller's Piety and Plurality: Theological Education Since 1960, and more.
More from the Auburn study of governance in theological schools; Baylor University's transformation; and presidential transition.
Shared governance bearing fruit: new research on trustees from the Auburn Center; Multnomah University and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary define and clarify shared governance for their institutions.
Excerpts from the recent report on seminary finances, best practices for embedded schools, and interim leaders.
ATS accredited seminaries offering all-online degrees, massive open online courses, and how to navigate historic preservation. Plus, findings from research on the dominant skills of recently ordained ministers.
Questions that a smart board asks the lead enrollment officer, the rise of alternate paths to ministry, and a detailed, step-by-step guide to preparing a theological school for future prosperity. Plus: a seminary’s spiritual “rule of life.”
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