Each year Wabash launches a new set of workshops (for early career faculty) and colloquies (on specified topics, for mid-career faculty) that meet regularly throughout the year.
The aim of the Round Table gathering is to shape a conversation that will be inter-generational, multi-disciplinary, and attend the multi-faceted scholarly identities as teachers of religion and theology. Our intent is to use this time to conceive projects that will gain traction and become life-giving.
Although most of our programming is designed for smaller groups, we also have occasion to invite larger groups to discuss a designated issue that challenges that constituency.
Consult the Program Book
We have an active presence at a variety of professional academic guild meetings throughout the academic year: hosting dinners, lunch table conversations on teaching, pre-conference workshops, and other sessions on teaching.
Different Teaching Contexts and Constituencies:
Teaching the Introductory Course
Grants for Undergraduate Departments
Religious Commitments in the Classroom
Pedagogies of Community Engagement
Early Career Workshops
Educating Clergy Conferences
Workshop for Teaching Online
Teaching in Diverse Classrooms
Colloquy for ATS Deans
Workshops for Theological Librarians
Over the years the Wabash Center has hosted frequent faculty conversations specifically for faculty of African American, Hispanic, or Asian descent.
The Early Career experience invites teachers who are in their first years of teaching to join a community of peers and leaders who value the cultivation of capacities for empathic care, generative collegiality, and imaginative reflection about teaching as socially responsive craft, vocation and employment
We have a team of experienced consultants who can help you plan and facilitate faculty conversations about teaching on your campus.