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A special section on mergers, partnerships, and alliances; a focus on five-year B.A./M.Div. programs; teaching Islam at Christian seminaries; and more.
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.
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.
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.”
Latino/a Bible education is a fast-growing sector. The charitable-giving ground is shifting under theological schools. And, the recently retired head of the Catholic Theological Union shares what he learned during his 23-year presidency.
A seminary explores new ways to fulfill its mission of equipping leaders for church leadership, the latest research regarding declining enrollment, and theological education's role in bridging the faith-work gap in the business world.