The Wabash Center hosts workshops for teachers of theological and religious studies in higher education in an accredited seminary or theological school in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada.
Recently Awarded Large Project Grants
Grants up to $30,00 Awarded from 2014 through 2016
Recently Awarded Small Project Grants
Grants up to $5,000 awarded from 2014 through 2016
Pedagogies for Social Justice and Civil Engagement
Grants Awarded in 2019
Projects that are focused on pedagogies that encourage students to critically consider issues of public engagement and social action in relationship to the understanding of religion.
2012 Grant Cohort
Each of these 7 projects shared a common focus: to explore the process of teaching ministry formation in contexts outside of the classroom.
Undergraduate Department Grants
2015-2017 Grant Cohorts
Grant Project Directors gathered through a consultative process to refine the design, activities, and evaluation process for each of their individual projects.
Grants Awarded in 2009
What are the pedagogical challenges and opportunities posed by the presence of students from a variety of countries in your North American classrooms and at your institution? What project or activity or faculty conversation can help you address these challenges and opportunities in ways that strengthen teaching and learning at your institution?
Pedagogy of Difficult Conversations
2007 Grant CFP
Grants awarded in response to the Wabash Center’s 2007 Call for Proposals for projects that address “difficult conversations”:
Reflecting on Theological Education by Exploring the Arts
Follow-up project for participants in Mid-Career Colloquies for Theological School Faculty:
More about the 2010-11 Colloquy
More about the 2014-15 Colloquy
Early Career Fellowships Grants
for Workshop Participants
Participants in the Early Career Teaching Workshops are eligible to apply for a $5000 Fellowship for individually designed teaching projects that extend the learning of the workshop.
Changing Student Body
In May 2014 the Wabash Center gathered representatives from seven institutions to discuss the goals, design, and assessment of recently awarded grant projects addressing the challenges presented by changes in the students enrolled in their educational programs.