Three Duke Divinity students will attend the conference in South Korea May 29 to June 2.
Churches located across the U.S. partnered with Duke Divinity School to limit clergy debt.
The students attended the Christian Forum for Reconciliation in Northeast Asia, which took place this year in Hong Kong, China.
Duke Divinity School welcomed an entering class of 232 new students from 36 different states and six other countries
Crystal DesVignes, M.Div. ‘17, and Elizabeth Styron, M.Div./MSW ‘17, have been named 2016-17 Center for Reconciliation Justice Fellows.
DITA graduate students Joelle Hathaway and Stephanie Gehring Ladd are receipients of new grants.
M.Div. student Bethany Schmall learns in community during her field education placement.
Th.D. student Joelle Hathaway won a grant to conduct field work in England on Christian engagement with architecture and built environments.  
Eboni Marshall Turman, assistant research professor of theological ethics and black church studies and the director of the Office of Black Church Studies, delivered the sermon for the May 14 service.
Duke Divinity School will celebrate its 90th Baccalaureate Service on May 14 at 6:30 p.m. in Duke Chapel with Professor Eboni Marshall Turman preaching.

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