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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.”
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.
Where the best seminary students come from, data from peer schools, and how board work is God's work. Plus, an interview with the retiring president of Andover Newton Theological School.
A primer for boards on recent changes to accreditation standards, online ministry educator Northwest Nazarene University's pursuit of ATS membership, and why libraries are essential to theological education in the digital age. Also, a New York seminary facing bankruptcy sells buildings, reforms governance, and chooses life.
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.
The new federation of the two smallest Episcopal seminaries, Toronto's complex multidenominational theological consortium, a conversation on accreditation with ATS's Dan Aleshire, and the intersection between theology and work.