Four former Duke Divinity interns with ties to the Baptist House of Studies were featured in a preaching series for a Northern Virginia church during the pastor’s paternity leave.  
Fellows, who include Duke Divinity students Georgina Keene and Darwin Perry, will engage with scholars, activists, artists, and practitioners working on issues of race.
The school welcomed the largest incoming class in the school’s history, with 257 students from seven countries and 35 different states.
A unique program forges connections between churches and communities.
Th.D. student Aminah Al-Attas Bradford received the fellowship to support her doctoral work past the coursework stage.
The pre-recorded special, “The Marvel of this Night: Christmas at Duke University Chapel,” will air on CBS stations nationwide and be livestreamed on Dec. 24 at 11:35 p.m.
The 2019 entering class was comprised of 215 new students from 33 different states and seven other countries.
Pastors with a heart and passion to minister for and with the Latinx community are encouraged to apply.
Two Th.D. students, Dustin Benac and Sarah Jobe, are part of a cohort who implemented an interdisciplinary project in qualitatitve research methods.
Professor Jerusha Neal leads "#MyBodyMyVoice" project with Th.D. candidate Peace Lee to amplify the voices of women who have contributed to church history.

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