Specific lines of inquiry and research methods are built into each major initiative that ATS undertakes with external funding. In addition, the research team and outside consultants engage in special research projects to support a broad understanding of theological education. As each ATS research project is completed, it is disseminated in a variety of ways to ensure maximum accessibility to the full ATS membership, not only on this website but also through presentations at ATS events, Colloquy Online, and social media.
This collection of research on financial issues, conducted by ATS, participating schools, and other entities, includes topics such as educational debt, financial literacy, and the cost and structure of theological schools.
This four-year project incorporated a series of investigations into how schools are engaging and experimenting with various curricular and extra-curricular programmatic efforts.
A three-phase project designed to understand the baseline of faculty and institutional engagement at the intersection of science and theology