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2019-2020 Webinar Series

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Christ Enlivened Student Affairs: A Guide to Christian Thinking and Practice in the Field

Date and Time: Monday, January 27, 3:00 P.M. EST     

Webinar Details: To date, no one has empirically examined the practices of Christian student affairs professionals from across the country.  As a result, practitioners often work off anecdotal evidence. We contend that we need evidence-based resources that help us discover what works in environments guided by Christ-centered missions. In this webinar, we will begin to address this gap by summarizing and analyzing what we learned from the national mixed-methods study behind our forthcoming book with ACU Press (Set to release June 2020). This webinar will present some of the key findings regarding the best thinking and practices in the field, as well as our own theological analysis of some striking areas of weaknesses and opportunities for growth.

 

Presenter: PERRY L. GLANZER (Ph.D., University of Southern California) is professor of Educational Foundations at Baylor University and a Resident Scholar with Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion. He is the coauthor, author or editor of a dozen books including most recently:  The Outrageous Idea of Christian Teaching; The Quest for Purpose: The Collegiate Search for a Meaningful Life, and Restoring the Soul of the University: Unifying Christian Higher Education in a Fragmented Age

Presenter: THEODORE (Ted) F. COCKLE is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Higher Education Studies and Leadership program at Baylor University. Ted earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Wheaton College (IL) before serving as the Assistant Director of Wheaton’s student activities office.  He has co-authored several peer-reviewed articles about Christian higher education and also serves as the editor of Ideas, an online publication of the Association of Christians in Student Development (ACSD).  When he is not reading or writing, Ted and his wife Kate enjoy spending time outside and reading to their three boys.

Presenter: Britney N. Graber is a Ph.D. Candidate in Higher Education Studies and Leadership program at Baylor University and works as the Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Trevecca Nazarene University. She earned her BS and MA from Taylor University, and MAT from Morningside College. Her published works and research interests include Title IX policy and practice at Christian colleges, faith-based higher education, accreditation and assessment practices, and higher education law and policy.

Presenter: ELIJAH G. JEONG is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Higher Education Studies and Leadership program at Baylor University.  Elijah earned his B.A. from University of Washington, M.A. from Wheaton College (IL), and MDiv from Reformed Theological Seminary. He has worked in various educational and ministry settings, including working as a high school teacher, working in college administration, and serving as a pastor for an Asian American church.  He has co-authored serval peer-reviewed articles and his research interest includes the intersection of race, religion, and higher education. Elijah loves spending time with his wife and son, playing basketball, and cooking Korean food.

 


 

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