The 12th Annual Teaching Professor Conference will be held May 29-31 in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. This is a great national conference for any student thinking about a career as a college professor. Experience pre conference workshops that provide hands-on learning, plenary sessions keynoted by nationally-recognized education experts, carefully selected concurrent sessions on a range of relevant topics, poster presentations highlighting the latest research, and all sorts of occasions for informal interaction.
Additional information is found online.
Contact Dr. George Hillman in the EML Department about Independent Study credit for the conference.
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Hosted by the Institute on Religion and Democracy, this first-ever Christian Zionism conference will show that the roots of Christian Zionism lay in non-dispensationalist movements that came long before the rise of dispensationalism. Student registrants are invited to a free dinner with IRD President Mark Tooley, Philos Project Director Robert Nicholson, and Gerald McDermott on Friday night (April 17) after the conference. In addition, students are eligible for financial assistance for travel and lodging.
The conference website lists the conference schedule and speakers, including well-known scholars and thinkers such as Craig Blaising (DTS ThM, 1976; ThD, 1979), Robert Benne, Darrell Bock (DTS ThM, 1979), David Rudolph, Mark Kinzer, Joel Willitts (DTS ThM, 2000), Carol Swain, Mark Tooley, and Robert Nicholson.
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Graduating extension students and their families are cordially invited to join the External Studies faculty and staff for a special reception in honor of your graduation on the Dallas campus Friday, May 8, from 4:30 to 5:30 PM.
Light refreshments and fellowship will be capped off by a brief address from President Mark Bailey. Dress is casual. The reception will be in "Collins Lounge" on the second floor of the "Walvoord Student Center," the three-story building at the corner of Apple and Live Oak.
Please RSVP by May 1st to BJ Rathbun with the number who will attend.
Out of the generosity of our sister campus, DTS-Houston, the new DTS-D.C. on-site library is open! With over 1,000 catalogued biblical and theological resources, this resource will prayerfully aid DTS-D.C. students in conducting solid reserach for course studies.
Currently, the library is non-circulating (i.e., we do not have the infrastructure to manage checking books out), therefore, books must remain on-site. However, the host church has graciously encouraged students to come and study on-site as needed.
To see if the DTS-D.C. library has a book you need, conduct a search through Biblos. Books with a Location listed as "Houston storage collection (nocirc)" are now on-site at DTS-D.C. (Nomenclature will be changed later.) For example, serach for "Poetic Theology" by Dyrness.
May the Lord bless your study!
Our next opportunity for Logos Bible Software training for the DTS-D.C. region is June 28th! This event requires registration and has limited seating. Please sign up so we can plan accordingly.
1:30pm – 4:30pm
All sessions held at the DTS-D.C. campus (Prince William campus of McLean Bible Church. (View map.)
You’ll get the most out of the training if you can bring a laptop with Logos installed and updated.
Dr. Ben Simpson, Asst Professor of New Testament (DTS-Houston) and Professor of record for the online New Testament Studies courses (Greek language studies), and Josh Bleeker, Director of DTS-D.C., will be conducting the training session.
Graduation Applications for Summer 2015 graduates, not participating in the Spring 2015 commencement ceremony, are available online under Forms and Information, in CampusNet. If you are planning to graduate in Summer 2015 your completed application is due April 1, 2015.
NOTE: Your graduation application is not complete until all church verification and personal reference letters have been received. After April 1, 2015, graduation sessions for those students with incomplete applications will be moved to a later session. For additional information or assistance contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-887-5350.
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