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Upcoming Events

Sep 29

The ATS Technology in Theological Education Group (TTEG) will host this free webinar—Using Educational Technology to Promote Life Long Learning and Community Building in Online Courses. When any type of technology is integrated into an online or face-to-face course, it's important to take baby steps throughout the entire process. During this presentation, you will learn how best to implement new technology ideas to ensure student as well as faculty success. Benjamin Wyatt, director of information technology at Lexington Theological Seminary, will discuss Skype, course welcome videos, YouTube capture app, and the future of educational technology. There is no one solution but by integrating a wide range of concepts, you will increase student engagement and build community in your online course(s).
Access this free webinar online.

Oct 4

No registration necessary. This free webinar will present highlights from the 2015–2016 Graduating Student Questionnaire (GSQ) Total School Profile and trends from the last five to ten years. It will focus on: Graduating Student Demographics, Student Debt, Impact of Educational Contexts, and Vocational Goal of Graduates. Designed for academic administrators, this webinar would also benefit any faculty and board members who are interested theological education trends. Please click "Other" tab for log-in information.

Oct 14 to Oct 16

By nomination of academic dean. Designed for faculty who have completed their first or second year in an ATS member school, this event will address the unique vocation—both individual and corporate—of theological educators. Academic deans will reflect on what they have learned from working with faculty, and faculty members will share their experiences of surviving and thriving as theological educators.

Chicago, IL
Oct 19 to Oct 21

By application; limited to 45 participants. This year’s seminar, Emerging Leadership Development Institute, is designed for female administrators and faculty with significant administrative components to their jobs. It is intended to further advance the professional development of “emerging” (i.e., women transitioning into new administrative roles or considering this change) women leaders in their administrative capacities.

Pittsburgh, PA
Oct 26 to Oct 27

By registration; This workshop is intended for new and experienced users of the Profiles of Ministry (POM) and will focus on the knowledge and skills required to interpret POM profiles with students and other individuals. Participants will receive a copy of the new 2016 POM Advisor’s Manual that includes updated definitions of the POM criteria as well as useful tools for interpretation.

Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 3 to Nov 5

By invitation; The class of 2015–16 Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology will meet to present summaries of their research and to engage in an interdisciplinary discussion of their projects with conversation facilitators and invited guests.

Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 9 to Nov 11

By registration; limited to the first 110 participants from ATS member schools. Plenaries and workshops will provide tools and peer learning to enhance the financial officer’s and technology professional's skills. The overall theme is Resourcing Theological Education; financial officers will focus on Administering and Allocating Limited Resources while technology professionals will focus on Facilitating and Supporting Effective Online Teaching and Learning. Peer learning is strongly encouraged—attend both as a learner and someone who can share a success story with others!

Orlando, FL
Dec 7 to Dec 9

By registration; limited to those in their first three years in office. Experienced leaders will move new presidents through issues associated with the president’s role as CEO. Speakers will address the value in the equilibrium model, institutional advancement, faculty relations, and team building. This event is a prerequisite for the ATS Presidential Leadership Intensive Conference offered each January.

New Orleans, LA
Dec 12 to Dec 14

By application; Designed for academic deans in their first year or two of service, the school will provide new deans with important information and nurture the development of the skills that will make their work more effective and fulfilling. It will acquaint new deans with the resources available to theological schools through ATS, facilitate connections between academic deans serving within the distinctive world of theological education, and continue the process of formation into the vocation of the academic deanship.

Pittsburgh, PA
Jan 9 to Jan 10

By invitation. Annual conferences provide African American chief executive officers and chief academic officers of ATS member schools the opportunity to discuss areas of common interest and concern. This year's theme is New Leadership and a New Movement in Theological Education.

(Meeting begins Monday at 9 a.m. and ends Tuesday at 11 a.m.)
Jan 21 to Jan 22

By registration; This preconference to the 2017 Presidential Leadership Intensive Conference will offer plenaries, case studies, and small group discussions designed specifically for women presidents of ATS schools.

San Antonio, TX
Jan 22 to Jan 25

By registration; Open to all ATS presidents, this annual intensive will focus on timely issues related to the role of the president and on building skills for effective performance. Conference sessions cover topics featured in the Handbook for Seminary Presidents, with most topics covered at least once during the course of a three-year curriculum rotation. The optional 2017 Women Presidents' Preconference immediately precedes this event.

San Antonio, TX
Feb 21 to Feb 23

By registration; The 35th annual conference will offer workshops on topics related to annual giving, planned gifts, personnel management, internal and external collaboration, and communications, with opportunities for professional development and peer interaction in a distinctly theological context.

Orlando, FL
Mar 15 to Mar 16

By registration; This consultation—immediately preceding the 2017 Academic Officers' Conference—is designed to give women deans in theological education the opportunity to gain peer support as they work to enhance their leadership. It consists of guided conversations, along with planned times of rest and replenishment. The consultation will begin at 9 a.m., Wednesday, March 15, and conclude at 11 a.m., Thursday, March 16.

Orlando, FL
Mar 16 to Mar 18

By registration; Conferences are scheduled each year to provide educational and professional development opportunities, a collegial network, and a context for nurturing the vocation of the academic officer and envisioning its future development. This year's conference will immediately follow the 2017 Women in Leadership Deans' Consultation.

Orlando, FL
Apr 5 to Apr 7

By registration; This conference provides a collegial network for support and information sharing for recruitment officers, admissions directors, financial aid officers, registrars, deans of students, housing staff, and career services staff. Practical how-to workshops, complemented by broader presentations common to those who work with students, will be the focus.

Orlando, FL