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Communicating a school's mission to the public and data on how to improve, recruiting students from diverse congregations, and ensuring that faith makes a difference.
New Year 2000
The keys to a successful presidential search, an explanation of how power and leadership are changing, and eight views from the board chairs.
An issue focused on technology: the internet as a tool for theological education and as a way to collaborate; a new kind of virtual community is compared to reality; and the growth of distance learning.
Three theological schools' share how the accreditation process has changed their institutions, a board consultant gives advice about asking boards the tough questions, and an insurance broker reviews policies for boards. Plus, samples from three recently published books.
In Trust celebrates its tenth anniversary, new presidents explain their stories and the challenges that come with leadership, and a model for a successful board meeting.
New Year 1999
The impact of a diverse student body on Catholic seminaries, and creating curriculum that meets the needs of both students and churches. Plus, parallels between administrative service and the Bible.
The impact of part-timers on tenure, community as key to spiritual formation, and how to run a successful fundraising campaign. Plus, mentoring new board members to help ease them into their new positions.
How to best prepare students for post-graduate success, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church explains how they increased membership, and why continuing education is crucial to seminaries missions.
Technology in the classroom, the impact of technology on off-campus learning, what figures could really mean: an exploration of long-term investments. Plus, survey reveals boards regard money as biggest challenge.
New Year 1998
Shopping for theology, servings of food service facts and folklore, and virtue beyond the classroom.