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Wabash Center Grows With Lilly Endowment Funding

The Lilly Foundation is adding more than $8 million to the $58 million they have given in grants to keep a nationally-influential program though Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion growing through 2021. Executive Director Nadine Pence notes "a very important shift happens from scholar to teacher, especially within religion and the humanities. We give faculty space to ponder their vocational goals or callings, the craft of teaching, and to think about those topics within their institutional context. It is fulfilling to see these questions sorted out and to be able to give teachers the resources to find and strengthen their support networks as they continue to grow as educators." [Read more].

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