Twelve Divinity School students have received grants from the Keesee Fund to support their education in the 2017-18 school year.
David Stark will gain hands-on classroom experience at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
Alexandra Tranvik will participate in an international summer program with the Fellowships at Aushwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics. 
Graduate Student Training Enhancement Grants aim to help students extend their training beyond their core discipline.
The grant will help identify future leaders and support them through a variety of formational opportunities.
The new certificate aims to help students appreciate and articulate the mutual enrichment of theology and arts and to create opportunities for relating the arts to local churches and communities.
Joelle Hathaway was among 19 graduate students from five schools at Duke who received Graduate Student Training Enhancement Grants last spring for training beyond their core disciplines. Read an update on the Interdisciplinary Studies blog.
Three Duke Divinity students will attend the conference in South Korea May 29 to June 2.
Churches located across the U.S. partnered with Duke Divinity School to limit clergy debt.
The students attended the Christian Forum for Reconciliation in Northeast Asia, which took place this year in Hong Kong, China.