The Rev. Dr. William Barber II, M.Div. '89 and president of the North Carolina NAACP, has been selected to receive the Cook Society's distinguished service award.

An interview with Eboni Marshall Turman, new director of the Office of Black Church Studies and assistant professor at the Divinity School.

The $70,000 award will support his work on two new book projects.

DITA Image & Word film series continues this spring.

Leaders who expand palliative care to veterans and promote patient-centered care to seriously ill children among honorees.

The Divinity School names Valerie C. Cooper as the new associate professor of black church studies.

Professor Freeman will help lead the first international dialogue between Baptists and Methodists.

On March 3, the Divinity School will host an event for students interested in serving as student pastors.

Lundin will speak Feb. 6 on "Christ and the Poets."

Professor Grillo receives Lautenschlaeger Award and a research fellowship in Israel.