Students & CSART
In keeping with ACU’s mission to educate students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world, CSART emphasizes learning and mentoring. The acquisition of skills, cultivation of academic virtues, and practices of collaborative inquiry are fundamental to the Center’s mission.
Former students offer enthusiastic testimony about their experience learning to study ancient texts at ACU. CSART Student Scholars enjoy tuition support and special opportunities.
Faculty Fellows conduct research that impacts their teaching, but they also supervise and collaborate with graduate and undergraduate students at ACU in various projects.
CSART utilizes the skills of CBS faculty and students along with ACU’s research resources. Digital humanities projects around the world supply a rapidly expanding body of materials on which CSART draws and to which it adds. Partnering with others in external projects, the Center brings the students and faculty of ACU into collaborative relationships with global scholarship.
“I’m beyond thankful for the training I received and would do it again in a heartbeat.”
Heather M. Gorman, Ph.D.