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Centers, Initiatives & Grants

Research Highlights

The Seminary's grant research profile has grown while focusing on a number of strategically important fields of study. Use the interactive directory below to learn more about research projects.


Pathways for Tomorrow

- March 2021

Overview

Drs. Shane Berg and Gordon Mikoski successfully secured a small planning grant that will lead to an application to conduct a full project. This is the first phase of a three-phase initiative offered to institutions accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. The goals of the Initiative will be (1) to explore emerging challenges and opportunities facing ATS institutions as well as the Christian congregations that they serve; (2) to gain clarity for each about its mission; (3) to assess the effectiveness of the applicant schools’ educational strategies and financial operations; and (4) to design and implement plans to launch new and/or strengthen current projects to address key challenges and opportunities.

CO-DIRECTORS
Shane Berg and Gordon Mikoski

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Engaging African Realities: Integrating Social Science within African Theology

- January 2021

Overview

In collaboration with Calvin University, Professor Afe Adogame is leading a project to support African theologians to engage in fresh social scientific integrated approaches in grounded theology, with the goal of producing creative and original projects. This project is an attempt at realizing the potential of theological creativity from the bottom up, as opposed to the top down. The work will include early career African theologians with compelling research ideas to work on three years of research and curricular development.

PROJECT LEADER
Afe Adogame

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The HTI Doctoral Fellowship Program

- September 2020

Overview

The Hispanic Theological Initiative is a program administered and based at Princeton Theological Seminary under the leadership of Rev. Joanne Rodriguez. The intent of this project is to increase recruitment, retention, and graduation rates of Hispanic PhD students, leveraging institutional resources toward dissertation completion and the eventual doctorate that will result in a greater presence of Hispanic faculty and senior administrators in seminaries, schools of theology, and universities.

LEADER
Joanne Rodriguez

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Latino/Hispanic Religion and the Public Square

- September 2020

Overview

Under the leadership of Rev. Joanne Rodriguez, Hispanic Theological Initiative director, this project aims to strengthen and advance an online, peer-reviewed bilingual presence for articles and book reviews of Latinx scholars.

LEADER
Joanne Rodriguez

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Applying Digital Tools for Effective Pedagogy in a Residential Context

- September 2020

Overview

Under the leadership of Drs. Eric Barreto and Lindsey Trozzo, this project, originally titled “Assessing the Use of Digital Tools for Real-Life Residential Learning,” will develop effective practices to increase digital competence for both faculty and students and enhance competencies in teaching and learning in our residential community.

CO-LEADERS
Eric Barreto and Lindsey Trozzo

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Collaborative Inquiries in Christian Theological Anthropology

- August 2020

Overview

In a collaboration with Villanova University, Professor John Bowlin is serving on the Advisory Board and as a senior mentor for Collaborative Inquiries in Christian Theological Anthropology. As a senior mentor, Dr. Bowlin will take responsibility for two to three projects and play a significant role in at least one workshop per year. The principal investigator for this project is Dr. Jesse Couenhoven of Villanova University.

SENIOR MENTOR
John Bowlin

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Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Youth Minister at Busbridge and Hambledon Church, Surrey, U.K.

Antonin Ficatier, Class of 2016

“What I like about working in an international church is that I’m always reminded that I’m a foreigner, that the land is not mine and I’m just a passenger on this journey.”