Richard gave the keynote address at the first Global Conference on Ministry in Higher Education held at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, in June 2000. An abbreviated version of the text was published in Theology – read it here. Image: CX Insight/Unsplash
On Wednesday 16 March 2016, Richard gave an address focusing on the University’s ethos, which is derived from its Church of England origins. He offered a Christian perspective of education and the idea of the Christian University. On the following day, Richard gave a sermon at the annual Founder’s Day service, which is attended by
Richard Burridge · Dearing Memorial Lecture, 2015 Richard delivered The Cathedrals Group 2015 Dearing Memorial Lecture in London on Thursday 12 November 2015. It was entitled ‘Church Foundation, Pluralist Present, Uncertain Future? – The role and calling of faith-based institutions in Higher Education today’. The lecture posed a range of questions for CG institutions, including
Richard gave the closing address at the Churches Higher Education Liaison Group (CHELG) Conference on Thursday 8 September 2011 at High Leigh Conference Centre in Hertfordshire. The address was entitled: ‘Sustaining Community: in the Church, the University and the World’. CHELG is the national consultation body for higher education chaplains.
Richard gave the keynote address about the significance of higher education at the Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion conference on Wednesday 27 May 2009.
Richard’s inaugural lecture as Dean of King’s College London was entitled: ‘The King’s Values? Consumer Culture and Higher Education’. The lecture was delivered on Monday 9 October 1995. The lecture was reported in the Times Higher Educational Supplement later that month, in an article entitled Tesco, ergo sum, with a cartoon of Jesus clearing Kenneth