ACU Faculty reflect on University Identity and Christian Heritage

In this video ACU Faculty reflect on University Identity and Christian Heritage.

Drawing from CHARIS-hosted conversations at Abilene Christian University during 2012-13 about faculty members’ relationship to their religious heritage, three ACU faculty share their reflections about the importance of faith tradition to personal and university identity.  This short video was shown at the ACU faculty “presession” at the start of the fall semester 2013.

John Mark Hicks, “Pedagogy in the Stone-Campbell Movement: Implications of Religious Heritage for University Teaching Practices”

On March 4, 2014, Dr. John Mark Hicks (Lipscomb University) presented a lecture at the Adams Center for Teaching and Learning at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.  His presentation focused on three “movements” that are important in the Stone-Campbell movement and its approaches to pedagogy, with a focus on Alexander Campbell and his conception of education.