2015 Conference

IMG_4408The National Campus Ministry Association’s 2015 Annual Conference was held July 15-17, 2015 at Albion College in Albion, Michigan. Over the course of three days, campus ministers from several denominations, traditions, and religious groups gathered to learn, to plan, and to support each other in their work. We are grateful to President Mauri Ditzler, Chaplain Daniel McQuown, and the staff of Albion College for their hospitality.


2015 Conference Schedule

Dr. Sharon Daloz ParksKnown as one of the primary voices in leadership development in the United States and is is the author of Big Questions, Worthy Dreams:  Mentoring Emerging Adults in Their Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Faith (10th anniversary revised edition, 2011).  Her other publications include Leadership Can Be Taught:  A Bold Approach for a Complex World (Harvard Business School Press, 2005), and she co-authoredCommon Fire:  Leading Lives of Commitment in a Complex World,and Can Ethics Be Taught:  Perspectives, Challenges, and Approaches at Harvard Business School.  She is currently a Senior Fellow at the Whidbey Institute, where for ten years she served as associate director. Prior to moving to the Northwest, for sixteen years she held faculty and senior research positions at Harvard University in the schools of Divinity, Business, and the Kennedy School of Government. Her work in higher education began as a residence hall director at the University of Redlands, then as Associate in Ministry to University Students at the University Presbyterian Church in Seattle, and then as Associate Chaplain and instructor in Religion at Whitworth College. She now teaches at Seattle University, speaks and consults nationally, and is principal Leadership for the New Commons.
Rabbi Josh Feigelson Ph.DRabbi Josh Feigelson, PhD is Founder andIMG_4430 Director of Ask Big Questions, an initiative of Hillel International that has trained thousands of people worldwide to facilitate and participate in text-based reflective learning. Ask Big Questions has won wide recognition as a transformative approach to not only Jewish learning, but higher education more broadly. From 2005-2011 Josh served as Campus Rabbi at Northwestern University Hillel. He holds a PhD from Northwestern in Religious Studies, rabbinic ordination from YCT Rabbinical School, and a BA in Music from Yale University. Josh is a Wexner Foundation Graduate Fellow, and currently co-chairs the Wexner Graduate Fellowship alumni coordinating committee. He lives in Skokie, IL with his wife Natalie and their three sons.