By nomination of academic dean. This seminar is designed for those who have served in theological schools for a significant time but who are now in the position to reshape their vocations as theological educators and take on more significant leadership roles within their schools. The Gathering for Racial/Ethnic Faculty Friday morning is designed to address issues of particular interest to racial/ethnic faculty as they emerge as leaders within their schools. Participants are, of course, expected to stay for the larger gathering that begins Friday afternoon.
By invitation; The forum—scheduled to take place in conjunction with the 2019 Academic Officers' Conference—is intended for recipients of the Educational Models Faculty Development Grants and is open to a limited number of additional academic deans as space allows. Each grant recipient school is invited to bring up to two persons to attend the forum (normally the academic dean and a faculty member, one of whom should be the project director). The purpose of the forum will be to gather information and insights to inform other participating schools and for the benefit of the broader membership. The forum will begin at 8 a.m. and will conclude after dinner at 7 p.m.
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 2019 Women in Leadership Deans' Consultation.
The ATS Technology in Theological Education Group (TTEG) will host this free webinar. Active Directory gave IT admins the ability to manage their users and devices from one location nearly 20 years ago, which not only simplified control but improved security and oversight. No matter how big or small your organization, chances are some segment of your users are using cloud-based services—recreating the governance problems Active Directory solved two decades ago. Fortunately, some affordable identity management solutions exist that preserve the functionality of your domain no matter in which side of the firewall your users are working. Two IT admins will share their experiences with three of those solutions—Okta, Azure Active Directory, and Google’s G Suite.