In a world saturated in media communication and cultural polarization, it is imperative that faith leaders are able to understand and interpret the messages their parishioners are consuming. In this one-day workshop, you will learn:
Registration, Meals, and Parking
|Registration Fee:||$89 per person|
|$49 for Iliff alumni|
|$20 for current Iliff students|
Discounts are available for groups attending from a single organization. Contact the Director of the ReSource program for more information.
Registration does not include parking or meals. Visitor parking is available in the B lot. Parking is $1.50 per hour, to a maximum of $8.00 per day. On-street paid parking is also available on Gaylord Street just north of East Iliff Avenue. The parking garage at the Newman Center (the P lot) is also available, and can be accessed off of East Wesley Avenue between South University and South York Street. For more parking information, including a map, click here. There are many meal options within three blocks of Iliff, and we will allow 90 minutes for lunch each day. Ordering food for delivery is an option as well, for either individuals or groups.
About Dr. Riley
Serving in the United Methodist Church, Pastor Robin Riley understands the unique challenges facing ministers in a media saturated culture. He has been a passionate educator on this subject for three decades, from his teaching in higher education, to his video and film production work. Pastor Riley brings his personal discoveries and insights into this information-packed study of media, culture and church life. With a Ph.D. in Communication Studies and a background in mass media, media ethics, and production, he offers unique insights that will empower you in your personal and work life. He challenges commonly held assumptions and opens our eyes to an enriched way of viewing and consuming media. In today’s electronic world, there is no subject more important than media education. Join us for this special workshop.