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ATS/COA Biennial Meeting June 25-27

Dates & Time: 
Wed, Jun 25, 2014 - 09:00 am to Fri, Jun 27, 2014 - 06:00 pm
By registration. The Association of Theological Schools and the Commission on Accrediting Biennial Meeting - an opportunity to participate in the business sessions of the Association and the Commission and grapple with current issues and think critically about how future institutions will offer theological education in the most effective ways possible—ways that respond to the changing world, embrace innovation, promote collaboration, and offer truly sustainable solutions.
Also at this year's meeting: A Commission on Accrediting Assessment Session for schools that are interested in the topic, especially those that are three to four years from their next comprehensive evaluation. It will help schools evaluate their strategies for assessing student learning and identify areas needing improvements; and Chief Academic Officers' Meeting, by registration. Seminars are scheduled to take place in conjunction with the ATS Biennial Meeting and will offer professional development opportunities, a collegial network, and a context for nurturing the vocation of chief academic officers and visioning its future development. More information
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