Join us for the Excellence in Theological Education Awards

February 15, 2018 by Lee Hinson-Hasty

Each General Assembly, the Excellence in Theological Education Awards honor outstanding Presbyterian leaders who have had an impact on theological education. In some cases, a single person is chosen, and in other years, two people are selected.

This year’s honorees have not been chosen yet – but are expected to be announced very soon. If you plan to attend General Assembly, please plan to join us for the Theological Education Breakfast, which is set for June 21, 7:00 a.m. You can sign up for the breakfast when you register for General Assembly. Registration opens February 27.

The leaders are selected by the Committee on Theological Education, which meets Feb. 21 to 23 at Union Seminary in Richmond, Va., this year.

If you look through the names of those chosen for this recognition in the past, you’ll see lots of great and probably familiar names in theological education. We anticipate that this year’s honorees will be no exception.

Join us – and know that you will be in excellent company at every table and at the podium.

Cynthia and Jack
Cynthia Campbell and Jack Rogers, recipients of the Excellence in Theological Education Awards in 2014.

1997    Robert Wood Lynn
1998    C. Ellis Nelson
1999    James H. Costen
2002    Sara P. Little
2003    Jack Leven Stotts
2004    Henry Luce III
2006    Catherine Gonzalez
2008    Sara C. Juengst
2010    Barbara Wheeler
2012    John Trotti
2014    Cynthia M. Campbell and Jack B. Rogers
2016    Katherine Sakenfeld and Craig Dykstra

More about the Committee on Theological Education

The Committee on Theological Education (COTE) has General Assembly responsibility to serve as a two-way communication link between the denomination and its graduate theological institutions in order to strengthen them for their mission to the whole church. COTE seeks to envision and foster partnerships and new initiatives for the benefit of the PC(USA), other governing councils, and our Presbyterian seminaries. COTE serves as an advocate for theological education, seeking to support our Presbyterian seminaries through the Theological Education Fund, which is housed at the Presbyterian Foundation.