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The Austin Seminary Board of Trustees, at a called meeting on Monday, elected the Rev. Dr. José Ramon Irizarry as the Seminary’s next president.
Once again, the sudden firing of a Black administrator at Columbia Theological Seminary has the campus mired in controversy over how it treats its students of color and the faculty members who serve them.
The Board of Trustees of Columbia Theological Seminary announces the appointment of Dr. Christine Roy Yoder as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty. Yoder is currently the J. McDowell Richards Professor of Biblical Interpretation at the Decatur, Georgia, seminary.
At a moment when many doctoral programs in the humanities have been forced to cut back or shutter entirely, Princeton Seminary’s ambition for its PhD program is growing.
Columbia Theological Seminary’s presidential search committee and board of trustees are pleased to announce Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo will become Columbia’s 11th president effective August 1.
A host of ministry colleagues and friends gathered Thursday at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary to honor the Rev. Dr. Edwin David Aponte and his wife Laura and to thank Aponte for his outstanding leadership as executive director of the Louisville Institute as he departs for a new position at Drew University in Madison, N.J.
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has been awarded a $50,000 planning grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. The focus of the grant is gathering best practices for passing the Christian faith of parents and caregivers to their children.
Well into his baccalaureate address at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary on Friday, the Rev. Dr. Justin Reed asked graduates from the classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022, “How is God different now than when you started?”
Union Presbyterian Seminary Associate Professor of Old Testament Dr. Safwat Marzouk has received a grant to examine how theological education can become more intercultural in substantive ways beyond just assigning diverse readings.
How people engaged in mission are recalibrating their work post-pandemic was the topic of last week’s panel discussion offered by the World Mission Initiative at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.