The theme of this year’s Spring Colloquy is “Seeking Excellence.” Students will engage in a variety of learning workshops that will enhance their research and writing skills, offer guidelines to ensure the proper treatment of participants in their research studies, and provide safeguards against unethical conduct in research and writing.
One of the purposes of having an in-house colloquy is to provide a space where students can have informal conversations, share testimonies, ask questions about the doctoral program, give feedback and receive helpful suggestions from the doctoral directors and faculty. Paper presentations and panel discussions give students opportunity to learn from each other.
Some of the highlights of Spring Colloquy for the students are moments shared at the Carroll Coffee Bar and going out to dinner with fellow students in their respective clusters.
Save the date for the Frank and Pauline Patterson 2016 Fall Colloquy with Christopher Wright, Anglican clergyman and Old Testament scholar, on November 14-16Frank and Pauline Patterson 2016 Fall Colloquy with Christopher Wright2016-11-14 10:30:002016-11-16 15:00:00America/ChicagoThe Carroll Center, 6500 N. Belt Line Rd, Irving, TX 75063The Carroll Center6500 N. Belt Line RdIrving, TX.