Recently, members of the Duke Divinity National Alumni Council met for their spring meeting at Duke Divinity School. 
The Rev. Christopher Donald has been named the university chaplain and director of the Office of Religious Life at Vanderbilt University. 
On March 29 at 7 p.m., Duke Initiatives in Theology in the Arts (DITA) at Duke Divinity School will host an evening of music and conversation reflecting on the lives and legacies of martyrs.
The Rev. Elizabeth Henry of Jackson has been named program director of Thriving in Ministry, a new ecumenical program offered by the Center for Ministry at Millsaps College that will support clergywomen across the South.
Thomas McGolthlin won the award for his published work, “Resurrection as Salvation: Development and Conflict in Pre-Nicene Paulinism.” 
Baxley will be the fourth executive coordinator to lead the 1,800-church network and will start his role in March.
William J. Barber II, M.Div. '89, has been named The News & Observer’s 2018 Tar Heel of the Year.
The recordings from “Neighboring in a Post-Christendom World” include audio of David Goatley and Gregory Jones. 
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.

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