Auburn Theological Seminary:
Auburn Seminary educates leaders to meet the challenges of religious and public life.
Auburn pursues its mission in three ways:
Lifelong learning for lay leaders and clergy through innovative educational programs
Research that advances theological education through Auburn’s Center for the Study of Theological Education
Education for emerging leaders in Presbyterian Church (USA) in partnership with Union Seminary
About the Auburn Center:
The Auburn Center for the Study of Theological Education is the research institute of Auburn Theological Seminary. The Auburn Center carries out sustained, in depth study of major issues in theological education to assist decision-makers in theological schools, denominations, and other settings as they make critical decisions about training future religious leadership. The Auburn Center serves Roman Catholic, evangelical and mainstream Protestant, and Jewish constituencies.
Programs of Research:
The Auburn Center structures its research around three guiding themes:
Practices of Teaching and Learning
Assessing Institutional Resources
Theological Education in Religious and Public Life
Grants and Fellowships:
The Auburn Center does not award grants or sponsor fellowships as part of its research programs.
Research-Based Institutional Services:
Auburn Center staff are available for institutional research and consultation.
Auburn Center Publications:
Primary reports of Auburn Center research are published in issues of Auburn Studies, the Center’s occasional research bulletin.
Auburn Center Background Reports present background essays and information prepared in the course of research projects.
Auburn Center Resources:
Media and Religion Project
Congregational Spirituality Project
For more information please visit the website.