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"Who Lynched Willie Earle? Preaching to Confront Racism" has been honored by The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.

Rutter will participate in a two-week program in Germany and Poland that reflects on contemporary professional ethics.

Professor William Turner recalls how students acted to change the university following MLK's assassination.

Pak will oversee the school’s academic programs and collaborate with key administrators to support the formation of students to work in and with Christian communities.

He will alsoassume the role of faculty advisor to staff and students participating in the Thriving Rural Communities Initiative and faculty advisor to the Course of Study School.

The task force will identify concerns related to academics and student affairs and work with the dean to propose next steps.

Colón-Emeric has a history of work with the CFR and will start his new role on July 1, 2018. 

The Rev. Dr. David Emmanuel Goatley will serve as a research professor of theology and Black Church Studies.

Bowler’s memoir on living with the uncertainty of an advanced cancer diagnosis has also received significant national media coverage and inspired a podcast.

Kenza Isnasni and Norman Wirzba shared Muslim and Christian perspectives on the theme “Food, Faith, and Land.”

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