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CST Public Scholar/Social Networking Class

CST Public Scholar/Social Networking Class begins Jan. 20

An Intensive Course in Only Four Weekends: Becoming A Public Scholar

 

     Take it to the street. Or the Internet. Or the airwaves… 

     Becoming a public scholar means reaching out with your passion and touching audiences beyond the classroom and the church. It means following in the footsteps of great spiritual activists like Dorothy Day, Cornel West and Wangari Maathai. It’s connecting with people in ways that are organic, effective, targeted and real-time. This course looks at the power and best practices of public scholars, with a focus on religious, ethical and inspirational content.

     The class meets at Claremont School of Theology for four weekend intensives: Jan. 20-21, Feb. 17-18 Mar. 23-24, Apr.27-28; from 2-6pm on Fridays and 9am-noon and 2-6 pm on Saturdays. Attendance is mandatory; prerequisite: A bachelor’s degree in any subject. For more information see: www.cst.edu/publicscholar.

     You’ll learn the latest from magna-cum-laude Harvard grad, Rev. Dr. Monica A. Coleman, whose blogs have been featured on the front pages of Huffington Post and Patheos and other prominent sites. She is also a New Media Project Fellow for Union Theological Seminary, an in-demand preacher, a regular guest on L.A.’s NPR station KPCC, and the author of popular as well as academic books and devotionals. The course’s T.A. is Ph.D. candidate and blogosphere guru, Homebrewed Christianity’s Rev. Tripp Fuller.

Register now for Claremont School of Theology

Continuing Ed Online Courses

 

     New online courses for personal and professional development begin Feb. 6, 2012, from Claremont faculty. Enroll now for the following online courses:

–       Evangelism in a Plural World

–       Prayer from a Process Perspective

–       Mozarabs, Marraños and Mudejars: Interfaith Lessons from Medieval Spain

–       Missional and Spiritual Leadership

Tuition $150/course, or $175 for credit (2 CEUs). For more information and to register, click here.

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