More than 6,000 graduates serve in ministry worldwide
Our graduates serve in more than three dozen countries and in all 50 states. They serve in parish-based ministry as pastors, music ministers, Christian education directors, mission coordinators, youth ministers, and church planters. Others serve in extension-based ministry like teaching, counseling, faith-based advocacy, and nonprofit organization work.

Upcoming Events

Join us for conferences, lectures, performances, and special alumni events.
Mon, Mar 4, 2024 | 12:30 - 1:30pm | 0012 Westbrook, The Divinity School

A "Uniformed Parish": Christianity and Policing in Modern American History

The Divinity School will host a public lecture: "A 'Uniformed Parish': Christianity and Policing in Modern American History" with Dr. Aaron Griffith, assistant professor of history at Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington as the speaker.

Tue, Mar 5, 2024 | 7 - 9pm | Online (Zoom)

Institute of the Americas for Transformation and Reconciliation

The Institute of the Americas offers an opportunity for interdisciplinary theological and contextual formation around transformation and reconciliation.

Mon, Mar 18, 2024 | 6 - 7pm | Duke Divinity School in 0012 Westbrook or Online (via Zoom)

Workshop: "Learning to Transfer your Theological Skills to the Workforce"

Join the Duke Career Center to learn how the skills you have learned during your degree program have prepared you to enter the workforce in a variety of industry areas. This is a workshop centered around using your theological degree in non-traditional theological vocations.

Alumni News & Features

Read the latest news, features, and opinion articles about alumni.
What Teaching in Prison Taught a Duke Faculty Member
February 8, 2024
The work of Duke Divinity faculty and alumni in prison studies has grown to provide opportunities for other Duke faculty and students through the Prison Engagement Initiative at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Read more on the Kenan website.
Finding the Right Question: From the Classroom to the Museum
December 12, 2023
Read an interview with Emily Normand, a museum educator, academic, and art historian who earned the Certificate in Theology and the Arts while completing her M.T.S.
Rev. Dr. Benjamin Chavis Named Inaugural Environmental Justice and Racial Equity Fellow
December 8, 2023
Duke alumnus and noted activist will support classes and research on environmental justice and racial equity.

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Alumni Council & Board of Visitors
The Divinity School’s National Alumni Council nurtures the connection between the Divinity School and its alumni. Made up of alumni representatives from different time periods, denominations, and backgrounds, the council meets twice each year to think creatively about how the Divinity School can bless and support our alumni and current students. 
The Shepherd’s Fund for Alumni in Need
Duke Divinity School is partnering with The Shepherd’s Fund to help alumni in their time of need. The Shepherd’s Fund was established by a generous donor to provide financial assistance when a medical crisis creates a hardship. Retired or disabled pastors who have faithfully served in ordained ministry, their spouses, or their widows or widowers are eligible for these assistance grants.
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Are you a student or Divinity alum looking for employment or internship opportunities? Are you an employer looking to hire a Divinity student or graduate? All Divinity School students and alumni can activate their Handshake accounts to create their profile, search for jobs and internships, set up job notifications, register for career fairs, and more.
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