Noel Brooks Conference

The 2013 Noel Brooks Memorial Conference

Theme is: "Transformations" 

Submit proposals for papers/presentatios addressing the theme of "Transforming the world: Starting Places and Destinations."

Friday, March 8, 2013  Registration starts at 8:15 a.m.

PRE-Register Here

$15.00 (new special price! Includes lunch on campus in the Patrick Cafeteria - May pay at the conference.  Make checks to "SCU / NBMC").

 6 CEU's will be available for this event.

The Noel Brooks Conference is a bold new collaborative program between the Academics Department, the SCU Library and Information Department / Noel Brooks Special Collection,  the Adult & Graduate Studies Department, faculty in the Bible and Theology Department, and other partners on campus and in the community.  

Purpose:  Our goal is for each event to explore in a sound scholarly manner  a variety of topics and modern challenges utilzing  theology, history, doctrine, ethics, social, cultural and behavioral developments, all through a Christian perspective and based on the concept, "all truth is God's truth."

Description: Bringing together individuals from diverse disciplines current issues and topics of a multi-disciplinary nature will be explored through papers, panels, presentations, and debates.  In the process of  blending strong Christian Faith,  Dynamic Spirit and the finest of Traditional Scholarship. the result will be to create effective and capable individuals emboldened to address the global challenges of being people of God in a post-modern world.


Donations: Donations may be made by mailing:

Business Office, P.O. Box 340, Bethany, Oklahoma 73008. 

Please make the check out to "SCU" but make a notation it is for the "Noel Brooks Conference Fund."    Funds collected will go to offsetting costs of future annual conferences, printing, speakers, etc.

 Book sales: As books become available in the Noel Brooks Memorial Library Series, funds will go to the development of a new library on the campus of SCU to be named the Noel Brooks Memorial Library.

 CEU: As possible, all attendees will receive approx. 6 CEU's for full day attendance/or other certification of attendance for use as professonal development credit.

Grades: Students should talk with their instructors for possible assignments, special or extra credit options.

 Registration: Pre-register here