You should plan to attend this information session if you are preparing for the spring assignment. This event will cover information about steps leading up to your assignment and ways in which you can begin to prepare. There are two sessions offered: Wednesday October 10th 11:30 am – 1:00 pm in OCC 148 Thursday October 11th 8:00 am – 9:30 am in OCC 213 *Please note these events will be recorded for those unable to attend* PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO REGISTER BY FRIDAY OCTOBER 5th. https://goo.gl/forms/hEgwskAuLLkNAJha2 Regional Candidacy and Leadership Managers, Krista Anderson and Ramie Bakken would like to set up individual conversations for students in Regions 3 and 5. If you are not in these regions, but would like to speak to either of them, you may also contact them. Program Director for the Support of Rostered MInisters, and Region 3 Candidacy Leadership Manager Deacon Krista Anderson – firstname.lastname@example.org Candidacy and Leadership Manager – Region 5 Reverend Ramie Bakken – email@example.com If you have any questions, please contact the Contextual Learning office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Archives for October 2, 2018
You are invited to a 4 week series of workshops on Faith in the Workplace. The first presentation takes place on Tuesday, Oct. 9th, with Pastor Mike Carlson leading a conversation on “Work as a Place of Faith.” On Tuesday, Oct. 16th, Dr. James Moline, Organizational Psychologist, presents, ” Reconciliation in the Workplace.” On Oct. 23rd, Jodi Harpstead from Lutheran Social Services, leads a conversation on “Integrity in the Workplace.” And the final presentation on Tuesday, Oct. 30th, Dr. Terri Elton, Luther Seminary Professor of Leadership, and Cristina Lien, Luther Seminary Alum, will speak on, “Work as a Place of Joy!” Each workshop begins at 6:45 and concludes at 8:00 p.m. There will be a dinner available starting at 6:00 p.m. with a charge of $5.00. St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church address is 900 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, MN. 651-426-3261 If you have any questions please contact John Poulson in Seminary Relations.
For those students, faculty, and staff who have completed the Intercultural Development Inventory and want to keep moving forward in their development, please join us for our IDI Follow-up Zoom Session (Here is the link: https://luthersem.zoom.us/j/399679941). This happens every first Wednesday of the month at noon. The first one is this Wednesday October 3. Email David Scherer with more questions email@example.com
October 2, 2018
GH – Clssrm 102
Jennifer Wojciechowski, Ph.D. Candidate in History of Christianity will defend her dissertation, “Bringing the Kingdom: Religious Women’s Engagement in Social Reform in Minnesota from 1880 to 1920”. Thesis adviser is Mark Granquist. Thesis readers are Mary Jane Haemig and Walter Sundberg.
What is a Ph.D. oral defense? The oral defense is the final step before graduation for Ph.D. degree candidates. The student has finished all research and is presenting a thesis that is an original contribution to the field of scholarship. A copy of the completed thesis is available prior to the defenses for those in the Luther Seminary community: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gSNZxylk0D3PKIy_qVGSyKylyip0lXc4/view?usp=sharing
The oral examination is a public event open to faculty, students, staff and guests; however, other than the candidate, only faculty members have speaking privileges.