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Duke Divinity School students, faculty and staff spent five days in South Korea exploring the theology of reconciliation in Northeast Asia and gaining insights on how to further reconciliation in the U.S.

Mark Chaves has led a massive effort to gather data on American religious practices and preferences to pinpoint trends in how Americans worship.

To celebrate​ Opening Convocation, Duke Initiatives in Theology & the Arts hosted fine art, lectures with renown historians and theologians, and a musical performance that featured over thirty musicians from top orchestras in the nation.

The Duke Endowment funds internships in rural church settings that provide hands-on experience in ministry for Duke Divinity students and support for the communities they serve.

Duke’s doctoral programs in religion and theology have received a two-year $30,000 grant to promote pedagogical formation. 

The program brings participants together for spiritual formation from a Hispanic/Latino Methodist perspective.

 The group meets every week for spiritual formation from a Hispanic Methodist perspective.

Forty-three Duke Divinity School students have received scholarships totaling $175,000. 

Twelve Divinity School students have received grants from the Keesee Fund to support their education in the 2017-18 school year.

David Stark will gain hands-on classroom experience at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.

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