2019-2020 HTI Professional

Things to know

  • Help take care of the planet by bringing your own reusable water bottle
  • We will be taking a group picture before the book prize lecture banquet on Tuesday, June 25. Remember to bring a nice picture day outfit
  • This year, we are introducing Café Central located in Adams House Dining Room. Coffee will be available all day long. Snacks will be provided morning and afternoon. 

Participant Bios

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Book Prize Lecture

The 2019 Book Prize Lecture will be held in Princeton, NJ on June 25, 2019. Read more about 2019 Book Prize Winner, Dr. Patrick B. Reyes and Nobody Cries When We Die: God, Community, and Surviving to Adulthood in the current issue of the HTI Journeys Newsletter.

About the Lecture


PDC Picnic

Every summer, HTI Scholars, Faculty, Speakers, and Mentors share a relaxed meal with culturally diverse food at the Professional Development Conference Picnic. Join us June 26 for the PDC Picnic Dinner!

Princeton Theological Seminary Library

The PTS Library Schedule is as follows:

Monday – Thursday 8 am – 9 pm
Friday 8 am – 6 pm
Saturday 9 am – 6 pm
Sunday – Closed

  • Food is permitted only in the Brick Café, Foyer (area between the Café and the Daniel J. Theron Assembly Room)
  • Beverages in closed/sealed containers are permitted throughout the library with the exception of the Microform Equipment, Copy Center and Special Collections Reading Room.

Housing & General Information

All Check-In will be at Erdman Center located diagonally across the campus at 20 Library Place, across from the side of Princeton Seminary’s Library. Click here for more information about where you will be staying.


Check out the PDC schedule listed by level:

Schedule is subject to change

Norms for Civil Engagement

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