February 2014


Register now for 2014 Biennial Meeting
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ATLA to convene conversation on future of libraries 
ATLA and ATS will convene a conversation of academic leaders, information technology officers, and librarians at a one-day preconference on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, ahead of the 2014 ATS/COA Biennial Meeting. The conversation will engage up to ten participating institutions, each contributing a team of three administration members-a library director, an information technology officer, and a chief academic officer, and ATLA will cover travel expenses for librarians and other participants who would not otherwise be planning to attend the Biennial Meeting. Apply by March 15, 2014. Read more.

Six new Luce scholars named 
ATS and the Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., have named six Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology for 2014-2015. Supported by grants of up to $75,000 each, the Fellows will engage in yearlong theological research projects and present their findings for publication. The 2014-2015 Fellows constitute the twenty-first class of scholars to be appointed since the inception of the program in 1993, bringing the total number of Luce Fellows to 142. Read more.

Comings and goings among
Faculty Programs and Initiatives staff  
Fran Pacienza has retired from ATS after eighteen years of service, and Leah Wright joined ATS as an administrative assistant for faculty development and initiatives in January 2014. Read more.  







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