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Crystal DesVignes, M.Div. ‘17, and Elizabeth Styron, M.Div./MSW ‘17, have been named 2016-17 Center for Reconciliation Justice Fellows.

Mark Valeri will lecture on "How Calvinists First Encountered Religions in the New World: Huguenots in Brazil and Florida."

DITA graduate students Joelle Hathaway and Stephanie Gehring Ladd are receipients of new grants.

The Clergy Health Initiative has published a new report that illuminates how the demographics of elders and local pastors actively serving United Methodist congregations in North Carolina are shifting.

Clergy Health Initiative research director Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell and collaborator Chris Adams discuss the importance of positive mental health on this episode of the Research on Religion podcast.

Incoming dean Elaine Heath has long sought to bridge the gap between the church and the academy while ultimately encouraging the renewal of both.

New Testament Professor Douglas Campbell receives a National Humanities Center fellowship for his new book on the apostle Paul.

For Brittany Wilson, the importance of context in understanding a biblical text dictates that students wrestle with their own particular context in time and place.

The award was given by the Committee on Theological Education to honor his lifetime contributions to the church.

Th.D. student Joelle Hathaway won a grant to conduct field work in England on Christian engagement with architecture and built environments.
 

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