The Hispanic Summer Program, which is sponsored by 40 institutions including Duke Divinity School, will be offered for students interested in learning about Hispanic theological perspectives. The registration deadline is Feb. 13, 2017.
The program supplements and enriches theological and ministerial education with academic courses and other activities that directly address Hispanic history, ministry, and theology. It offers students an immersive three-credit graduate course in a small-class setting with participation in a variety of community-building activities.
The Hispanic Summer Program also includes a four-day program for non-Hispanic faculty and administrators.
For more information, contact Ismael Ruiz-Millán, director of the Hispanic House of Studies at Duke Divinity School.