Southern Baptist Church Planter turned World Religion Professor: Finding Faithfulness in New Calling
PhD Student, Higher Education Leadership and Studies, Baylor University
Adjunct Professor, Religious Studies and Philosophy, College of DuPage
Co-Founder, Neighborly Faith: Evangelicals for Interreligious Engagement
Kevin Singer is a PhD student in the area of higher education studies and leadership at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where his research interests center around religious diversity. Before coming to Baylor, he earned an M.A. in theological studies from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and an M.A. in systematic theology from Wheaton College, where he specialized in the theological comparison of Christianity and Hinduism and helped launch an interfaith group. In addition to his studies, Kevin has been teaching comparative religion at two community colleges since 2012, and is the co-founder of Neighborly Faith, an initiative that aims to draw more Evangelical Christians to the interfaith table.
SAPAA KC article in the NASPA KC Online Publication highlights big ideas behind partnerships
The 2017 NASPA KC Online Publication is here!
Campus & Friends Showcase at #CLDE17
The Campus and Friends Showcase will take place on Thursday, June 8th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. during the opening reception. The Showcase is designed as an exhibit area with tables available for presenters. People love to see what other campuses are doing with their ADP, TDC and NASPA Lead programming and the Showcase also serves as an important networking opportunity for participants to connect with national leaders and organizations in the civic engagement movement.
The Adult Learners and Students With Children KC Guide to NASPA 2017 San Antonio
This post will serve as a guide for all student affairs professionals who want to learn more about serving adult learners and other nontraditional students.
We ask our student participants to do a number of things. In addition to conversation and reflection sessions that happen before, during and after the immersion experience, they keep journals. These journals are where they begin to process and connect what they learn and read in class (this immersion experience rests in a Humanities elective course) with the raw reality of the world, and with their own hearts’ desires and calling. With regularity they are asked to share their reflections with the group, sparking communal discussion about our responsibilities as educated global citizens in a world that endures a great deal of pain and injustice.
Enrollment Management Knowledge Community 2017 NASPA Annual Conference Program Guide
We look forward to seeing many of you San Antonio for the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference! Please see below for our Enrollment Management Knowledge Community highlighted sessions, meetings, and general NASPA events you won't want to miss while there.