ACADEMY OF CATHOLIC HISPANIC THEOLOGIANS OF THE UNITED STATES (ACHTUS)
The Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians is an association of scholars dedicated to promoting research and critical theological reflection within the context of US Hispanic Experience.
ACHTUS -LATINO/A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
A project and service of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the US (ACHTUS), designed for its members and for scholars and students anywhere who need accurate, complete and frequently updated bibliographical information on and by U.S. Latino/a Catholics and Episcopalians.
AFFORDABLE COLLEGES ONLINE: HISPANIC STUDENT'S GUIDE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
Expert advice and resources in key cost-related areas, including but not limited to: college affordability (tuition, room, board, books and other fees), scholarships and grants for Hispanic students, financial aid information, the most affordable Hispanic serving institutions in with campus-based and online programs, and additional helpful resources.
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION
The American Academy of Religion is dedicated to furthering knowledge of religion and religious institutions in all their forms and manifestations. This is accomplished through Academy-wide and regional conferences and meetings, publications, programs, and membership services.
ASOCIACIÓN PARA LA EDUCACIÓN TEOLÓGICA HISPANA
The Asociación para la Educación Teológica Hispana has the goal of becoming a strong, viable forum where Hispanic issues in theological education can be discussed in such a way that the participants enrich each other and can seek collaborative responses to common needs.
COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION ACCREDITATION
The Council for Higher Education Acreditation carries forward a long tradition that recognition of accrediting organizations should be a key strategy to ensure quality, accountability, and improvement in higher education. Recognition by CHEA affirms that standards and processes of accrediting organizations are consistent with quality, improvement, and accountability expectations that CHEA has established. CHEA will recognize regional, specialized, national, and professional accrediting organizations.
The Ford Foundation's Education, Knowledge and Religion unit (EKR) seeks to enhance educational opportunity, especially for low-income and chronically disadvantaged groups and to address the challenges of pluralism and diversity using interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches.
THE FUND FOR THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION
The Fund for Theological Education (FTE) exists to promote excellence in the profession of ministry by inspiring, recruiting, and supporting gifted women and men of diverse backgrounds in their theological formation.
GATES MILLENNIUM SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Gates Millennium Scholars initiative is aimed at expanding access and opportunity to higher education to those citizens who will help reflect the diverse society in which we live. The Foundation seeks to increase the number of African-Americans, American Indians/Alaska Natives, Asian Pacific Americans, and Hispanic Americans enrolling in and completing undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The goal is to promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for thousands of outstanding students to reach their fullest potential.
HISPANIC SUMMER PROGRAM
The Hispanic Summer Program main objective is to supplement and enrich the theological and ministerial education being offered in seminaries and universities, with academic courses and other activities directly addressing Hispanic history, ministry, and theology.
HISPANIC/LATINO(A) LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The Erdman Center of Continuing Education offers a multifaceted leadership development program for the Hispanic/Latino(a) church community, addressing the nexus of church and public life in interdisciplinary ways. The program is intentional about preparing ecclesial, lay, and maketplace leaders. It offers Spanish and Portuguese language tracks for the Certificate Programs in Nonprofit Financial Management, the Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies, and other programs and events, including those focusing on the church and public policy.
THE LOUISVILLE INSTITUTE
Through its grant making, the Louisville Institute intends to challenge and reinvigorate those institutions and leaders through which religion seeks to address the needs of American society. Preference will be given to proposals that attempt: 1) to describe more fully how the Christian faith is actually lived by contemporary persons and to bring the resources of the Christian faith into closer relation to their daily lives and 2) to help us understand more adequately the institutional reconfiguration of American religion. Proposals on certain other issues of importance to the churches are also welcome.
MAKING COLLEGE AFFORDABLE: SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS, AND FINANCIAL AID FOR MINORITY STUDENTS
Expert advice and resources in key cost-related
areas, including but not limited to: minority scholarship opportunities;
scholarships and grants for several minority categories including
African-Americans, Women, LGBT and more; financial aid resources; information
about often overlooked fellowships and grants; and other helpful resources.
NATIONAL HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) is the largest Hispanic scholarship-granting organization in the nation. HSF recognizes and rewards outstanding Hispanic students in higher education throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. These students represent every region of the country, hundreds of institutions of higher learning and every segment of the Hispanic community.
ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES
The OAS awards fellowships to students who hold a university degree and want to pursue advance study at the graduate level or for research in any country other than their country of citizenship or permanent residence.
SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE
The Society of Biblical Literature is one of the oldest learned societies in the United States.
UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON PRESS
Publisher of Books on Theology, Religious Studies, Philosophy and Pennsylvania Culture and History.
WABASH CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THEOLOGY AND RELIGION
The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion seeks to strengthen and enhance education in North American theological schools, colleges and universities. The Center will help build enabling environments for good teaching and learning.
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