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Nominations will be accepted through September 30, 2010.

Sermon by Professor Richard Hays, who became Duke Divinity School’s dean July 1, preached June 10 at the opening session of the North Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

In a reflection for the Clergy Health Initiative, Thriving Rural Communities director Jeremy Troxler reminds us that sometimes the salves for our sicknesses are surprisingly simple.

The Duke Endowment highlights Rev. Duncan Martin, a 2009 graduate of the Thriving Rural Communities program.

ICEOL offers APPEAL training to improve care for African American patients and families at the end of life.

Professor Ellen Davis talks with Duke University’s “Office Hours” on the intersection of theology and the environment

Lucy Robbins D’12 chronicles her international field education placement in Mexico.

With a strong record of innovative leadership as dean of the Divinity School, L. Gregory Jones has been called to position Duke University's global strategy.

Professor Stanley Hauerwas talks with Duke University’s “Office Hours” about his new memoir and other theological issues.

United Methodist clergy in North Carolina have higher rates of chronic disease than other state residents, according to new research by the Clergy Health Initiative. The findings could be illuminating for others in ministry as well.

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