A new collection of essays co-edited by DITA’s Director Jeremy Begbie has been published by Eerdmans.

ICEOL conducts APPEAL training for health and spiritual care providers to improve care for African American patients and their families.

An interactive course designed for physicians, students, fellows, and advanced practice nurses will enhance understanding, comfort levels, and skill in working with terminally ill patients.

After arrests for trying to disrupt executions by the state, two divinity students turned to a new model for prison ministry.

Submissions are being accepted March 16-18 for the Divinity School Juried Arts Exhibit with this year’s theme based on a book by Professor Mary McClintock Fulkerson.

In collaboration with the Office of Black Church Studies and the Divinity Women’s Center, the Office of Admissions will host Students of Color Visit Day on March 16-17 and Women in Ministry Day on March 23-24.

World-renowned visual artist, writer, and speaker Makoto Fujimura will give a public lecture at Duke Divinity School on the intersection of Christian faith and art.

The new D.Min. and M.A.C.P./Youth Ministry degrees blend Web-based distance learning with brief residential terms at Duke.

Professors Ellen Davis and Norman Wirzba will lead clergy and laity in exploring the shape of Christian community and mission in a small-town, rural context April 4-5, 2011.

Duke Divinity School has received CASE awards for magazine feature writing, website redesign, and the Clergy Health Initiative’s Spirited Life program.