Here is a glimpse into my notes from yesterday’s weekly Lifelong Learning Department Zoom check-in. Dorothy Linthicum – presenting a workshop at the Kanuga Christian Education Conference and promoting her new book (with Janice Hicks, ’17), Redeeming Dementia: Spirituality, Theology and Science. Diane Wright and AnnaMarie Hoos – finalizing the 2018-19 Continuing Education Calendar with not-for-credit classes, webinars, workshops, even Holy Hikes! Bill Roberts and Ellen Johnston – attending and exhibiting at The Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) meeting in San Antonio, for which Ellen serves as Secretary of the Board. Charlotte Hand Greeson – actively recruiting fall writers for Building Faith, even as she packs to move from California to Guam. Matthew Kozlowski – ensuring that our website redesigns and author policies are complete. Keith Anderson – keynoted the Indiana-Kentucky ELCA Synod gathering and designing a new Episcopal Teacher website to host our research-based content.
Sarah Stonesifer – overseeing the Key Hall move, supervising three gifted student workers (Chris Decatur, ’20; Kate Lawson-Hedger, MA ’19; Allison Pace, MA ’20), wrapping up a successful eFormation online conference, and managing the development of a new AdventWord platform. Stacy Williams-Duncan – putting finishing touches on two grant project poster presentations for the Association of Theological Schools biennial meeting in Denver next week while overseeing the Seminary-wide implementation of Brightspace, our new learning management system. Lisa Kimball with Jenn Baker – establishing new administrative protocols for our department, and with Kim Arakawa – preparing for first Baptized for Life: An Episcopal Discipleship Initiative residency, our Lilly Endowment, Inc. funded program. Phew!
Lisa Kimball, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Lifelong Learning
Professor, Christian Formation & Congregational Leadership