More than 130 African leaders met in Kampala, Uganda, Jan. 11-17, 2015, for the ninth Great Lakes Initiative (GLI) gathering and fourth Leadership Institute.
The school is looking for candidates for the Irene and William McCutchen Professorship. The holder of the professorship will also lead the CFR.
The holder of the Irene and William McCutchen Professorship will also lead the Center for Reconciliation.
Allen Stanton, M.Div. '15, will use the fellowship to promote engagement in a social justice issue.
A partnership with World Vision and the CFR has created the World Vision Justice Fellows Program.
Clancy worked for the Center for Reconciliation for six years.
Rice will serve as the Divinity School’s new senior fellow for Northeast Asia and will develop Duke’s emerging Northeast Asia Reconciliation Initiative.
African Great Lakes Initiative leaders voiced a commitment to local leadership and shared lessons with leaders in other regions.
Scott Schomburg, M.Div ‘13, explores what makes the institute important to the life of Duke Divinity School.
Dayna Olson-Getty served the center as as U.S. and student programs coordinator.

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