Scholarship

Department of research and scholarship
scholarship guilds

Department of Research and Scholarship of the African Methodist Episcopal recognizes the cultural importance and societal impact of higher education. The Department is compiling an accessible AMEC Scholars Database/Resource Guide. This compendium will be listed in three sections inclusive of the person’s name, degree, school, title, occupation, area of expertise, dissertation, thesis, or project title (if applicable), and publications (bibliographic information). Our intent is to recognize, read, resource, employ and cite AMEs in papers, seminars, and conferences. We are also planning a second AMEC Scholars Conference for 2022 or 2023 and anticipate optimum participation and attendance.

Scholastic categories for this database area:

John Hurst Adams-Jayme Coleman Williams
Distinguished AME Scholars Guild

The John Hurst Adams-Jayme Coleman Williams Distinguished AME Scholars Guild was formally organized in 2014. The current database includes approximately 100 AMEs holding PhD., Th.D., PsyD, EdD, etc.

Frederick Talbot-McKinley Young Doctor of Ministry Practical Theology Consortium

The Frederick Talbot-McKinley Young Doctor of Ministry Practical Theology Consortium current database of approximately 950 AMEs holding Doctor of Ministry DMin (Organized 2016)

Allen-Derrick-Wright Global, Specialized Practice, and Non-Theological Education Coalition

The Allen-Derrick-Wright Global, Specialized Practice, and Non-Theological Education Coalition Includes terminal degrees i.e., JD, MD, MSW, MBA, arts, nursing, engineering, counseling, etc. (Organized July 2021)

If you have not previously submitted, are unsure of your inclusion, or need to update your information, please submit to amechistoryinthemaking@yahoo.com Attention: Dr. Teresa Fry Brown, Executive Director of Research and Scholarship, no later than October 15, 2021. This will allow time for editing and completion of the database to be posted on our website by December 1, 2021.