Williams, who currently serves as curator of religion for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, will assume the role on July 1.
The fund honors and supports the work of the Office of Black Church Studies, now celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Tucker, M.Div. '79, is the 2023 recipient of the prestigious award presented by the North American Academy of Liturgy to liturgical scholars and practitioners in recognition of distinguished contribution to the profession.
This Advent, the Duke Divinity community is spending time in shared reflection and joy-filled traditions with faculty devotions, decorated hallways, and cookie recipes. 
“Spirit in the Dark: Religion in Black Music, Activism and Popular Culture” at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture highlights the religion and resiliency of Black Americans.
Rev. Dr. Chauncey Harrison, D.Min. '21, is charting a new path for Zion Baptist Church in Philadelphia.
The Shepherd’s Fund was established to provide financial assistance when a medical crisis creates a hardship.
Civil rights leader the Rev. Dr. Chavis coined the term environmental racism and has been working in justice ministries for decades.
Dr. Linda Coley, a longtime educator and leader in brand management and product development, has been named executive director of The Ormond Center for Thriving Congregations and Communities, effective September 1.
Seibert, director of Christian education at Hillyer Memorial Christian Church in Raleigh, N.C., was recognized for her sermon,  "God Made Dirt....And God Can Save It."