The Dean’s news site for the GTS community, General Up Close, is part of the GTS News blog-style website at news.gts.edu. Articles, notices, and information of general interest are published there on a continuing basis.
The best way to keep up-to-date is to go to Up Close on the GTS News website: news.gts.edu/upclose. Others are:
1) Following Up Close on Twitter @GTSUpClose
2) Liking Up Close on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GTSUpClose
3) Reading Up Close This Week, the weekly headline reminder sent to the GTS community each week via email
4) Subscribing to the RSS feed in your favorite newsreader. …
The Academic FAQ have been posted, and I will continue to add important Frequently Asked Questions to the Academic section of the website.
The Final Exam Schedule has been posted for Michaelmas 2012. The rooms will be updated.
If you are planning on submitting a thesis in the Spring, please look at the “Course Offerings & Registrar” page for the guidelines and forms. Thesis proposal forms are due by 5:00pm on Friday, December 7th. I have also posted the guidelines and forms outside of my office door, for you to take.
Three candidates to be our new Church History professor will visit GTS in the coming weeks and you have an opportunity to meet them.
Each will give a lecture on a Friday morning and will follow with lunch with students – you and your classmates. Please take this opportunity to show these candidates that we have a vibrant and interested community of learners here at General.…
General Ordination Examinations (GOE) prep sessions have been scheduled. All persons taking the GOE this winter should attend these prep sessions. Note also that the sessions will also be available after the scheduled date via video on the website:
Oct. 17 11:00am Seabury Aud. Mullin– Church History
Oct. 24 11:00am Seabury Aud. Neville– Church History
Nov. 7 11:00am Seabury Aud. Moore- Liturgics
The 2012 Seminarian Leadership Conference was held at Virginia Theological Seminary in the third week of September -
This is an annual conference that brings seminarians from the various Episcopal seminaries together for fellowship and for the exchange of general information. This year, GTS was respresented by Stefanie Wilson (Senior Class ref) and Anne Nicholson (Middler Class rep). They presented a Seminarian Leadership Conference Report 2012
Next Spring, the Junior Class will elect someone to represent their class at the 2013 conference (as a Middler) and the 2014 conference (as a Senior).…
The Michaelmas 2012 Module-2 (m-2) classes begin the week of Monday, October 22nd. Each is a six-week course.
CS100: Shepherding Transformation: Leadership for Change, taught by President Lowrey, starts on October 23rd at 1:30 p.m.
State of Formation is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for Contributing Scholars! State of Formation is a forum for emerging religious and ethical leaders. Founded by the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, it is run in partnership with Hebrew College and Andover Newton and in collaboration with the Parliament of the World’s Religions.
State of Formation is a community conversation between young leaders in formation. …
Those students enrolled in a Work Study program must submit a timesheet every other Tuesday (beginning Sepetember 11th and continuing every other Tuesday) for the work accomplished in the two weeks ending the preceding Friday. The three-part timesheets can be obtained from the Work Study desk in the basement of the Seabury Building.
When completing the timesheet, ONLY the following information is requested: Employee Name, Department, Rate, and Supervisor (Please do not provide Social Security number or other information not requested). …
The Episcopal Evangelism Network will hold its Mission Development Conference here at GTS next Thursday through Saturday, September 20-22. Information and workshop descriptions at:
Start your year in seminary off with an amazing collection of workshops and facilitated conversations on missional work in the church today.
What: This conference is primarily workshop based, allowing you to choose what interests you. Innovators in our church will be providing trainings ranging from crafting multicultural liturgy to advanced communications practices to strategy for regional ministry development to initiating respectful spiritual conversations with close friends or strangers.…
The Middler Class will meet together next Wednesday, September 19, immediately after Preaching 1 – approximately 12.20pm, either in the Chapel or in Sherred 1B. The meeting should only last 10 – 15 minutes.
Library Hours for the Keller Library
Monday – Thursday
8:00 am to 11:00 pm
8:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 7:00 pm
2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
All returning students should obtain a new validation sticker for their student ID card. The new sticker will read “Valid Fall 2012″ and may be obtained from the Front Desk. This is to ensure others will recognize that you are still a student at General Seminary. Spartners should also place a sticker on their IDs for the same reason, although they may not have had one in the past.…
For a number of years, students from General have met with seminarians from other local seminaries to share information about our respective faith traditions and to compare our seminary experiences and life journeys. These meetings comprise an ad-hoc group called the Inter-Seminary Dialogue (ISD).
ISD meets generally one evening each month during the school year at one of the local seminaries. A few of these are St.…