Business meeting materials

Here are materials for the 2016 REA Business meeting. Please note that it will be held DURING the Saturday luncheon, so it’s important to read these materials in advance and be ready to vote. Business meeting agenda Slate of nominees Executive Secretary’s Report 2015 Business Meeting Minutes Wornom Innovation Grant Proposed budget

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Please read papers in advance!

Given how collaborative and collegial our RIG and workshop sessions are, it is important to read the papers or outlines in advance of each session. Some find it easiest to do so by clicking on the link in Sched in the session you’re going to (you can download papers directly from that link, specific to the

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2016 Slate of nominees

Here is the slate of nominees being offered by the nominating committee for positions which need to be voted on during the 2016 REA business meeting: Vice-President and Program Chair-Elect: Kathy Winings, Unification Theological Seminary Kathy Winings is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Unification Theological Seminary and Professor of Religious Education and

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Hotel block about to close

Please note: the block of rooms we’ve reserved at the conference hotel will expire on October 4th. You must make your reservation prior to that date to assure yourself of a room at the rate we have negotiated. After this date you will need to contact Lucinda Huffaker, our executive secretary, to determine if any

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Digital Badging workshop

Spread the news! The REA tech committee is sponsoring a free, public workshop on the morning of November 6th entitled “Making Learning Visible: Digital Badging in Faith Contexts.” A panel of three experienced religious educators — Liron Lipinsky, Director of the Joint Jewish Education Program in Pittsburgh, Lisa Brown, Director of Digital Ministry at Membership

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Orthodox icons in Pittsburgh

Starting to look forward to our meeting? Here’s an article that describes one of the local painters from the Ukrainian community, and her work painting icons. Pittsburgh has a rich variety of religious communities, and Orthodox Christians form one of them. We will start posting items here that point towards Pittsburgh — let us know

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