Professor Emeritus Hays has been awarded the medal by the British Academy for his internationally recognized and influential work on the Gospels, the letters of Paul, and New Testament ethics.
Professors Jan Holton and Warren Kinghorn lead a Bass Connections project that explores the ways that trauma impacts students’ experiences in higher education. 
Warner, associate dean for Wesleyan engagement and hybrid programs, has been unanimously endorsed as a candidate for bishop by the Texas Annual Conference delegation of the United Methodist Church.
The award recognizes distinguished achievement in theology and was presented by the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States.
Brent Strawn has been named Moody Smith Distinguished Professor of Old Testament, effective July 1.
Duke Divinity faculty have been recognized in 2021–22 with awards, grants, and media influence.
Patrick Smith received the award at Samford University's 2022 Healthcare Ethics and Law Conference, which aims to encourage dialogue about pressing health care and law issues.
Professor Bretherton will continue his roles as Robert E. Cushman Distinguished Professor of Moral and Political Theology and senior fellow of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke while he takes on his new role in London in September.
Norbert Wilson, professor of food, economics and community in the Divinity School, will become the new director of the World Food Policy Center and also professor of public policy in the Sanford School.
New Duke Divinity faculty highlight diverse voices and perspectives.

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