Barber, architect of the Moral Mondays movement in North Carolina and leader of the resurgent Poor People’s Campaign, will receive a grant of $625,000 paid over five years.
Rutter will participate in a two-week program in Germany and Poland that reflects on contemporary professional ethics.
The event will feature lectures and workshops from pastors, scholars, activists, and organizers. 
Alexandra Tranvik will participate in an international summer program with the Fellowships at Aushwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics. 
The Reverend Ernest Andrew Brooks III, M.Div. '11, named president of the Academy of Preachers, an organization that seeks to support young people in their call to preaching.
Throughout February, the Divinity School will feature the Sankofa Black Alumni Preaching Series to celebrate the distinct contributions of the school’s alumni of African descent.
Audio from the "2016 Convocation & Pastors’ School: Who Needs Theology? Inside and Outside the Church" is now online on iTunes U.
As Hannah Bonner M.Div '08 protests an activist's death, she's found a deeper sense of justice, love, and faith.
Renie (WC’62) and Bill (E’62) McCutchen of Westport, Conn., continue a long history of generous partnership with Duke Divinity School.
The Sally Glenn Bates Scholarship will be a permanent resource to support students.

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