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Over the Inauguration Weekend, many Vanderbilt Divinity students and alumni participated in Women’s Marches across the country. We invited participants to reflect theologically on their experience and how it connected to their experience at VDS. If you have photos or reflections from the Women’s March that you’d like to share, send them our way at...... KEEP READING
by Amy E. Steele, MDiv’00; PhD’12 Assistant Dean for Student Life Over time, a group of concerned faculty, staff, and administrators at the Divinity School discussed in the hallways and between meetings about how to enhance the orientation experience for new students. We were asking questions about strengthening writing and research skills, developing more stated...... KEEP READING
Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 in Feature | Tags: Amy E. Steele, Association of Theological Schools, Dean of Students, First Year Experience, New Student Orientation, Schola Prophetarum, School of the Prophets, Vanderbilt Divinity School Comments Off on The First Year Experience—An Extended Welcome
The 26th National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change made its home in downtown Denver, Colorado, February 4-8 2015. We had nearly 4,000 people from all over the country attend our five-day program that featured over 390 workshops, training sessions, meetings and events, and four unbelieveably spectacular plenary sessions. Vanderbilt Divinity students Sara...... KEEP READING
Posted on Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 in Feature | Tags: Center for Gay and Lesbian Studies, Creating Change Conference, Latinz, LGBTQ, Pacific School of Religion, Schola Prophetarum, transgender, Vanderbilt Divinity School Comments Off on Creating Change 2015 – Robles
Schola Prophetarum: Language in the Global Health Arena for HIV/AIDS and Family Planning by: Jennifer Eaton Dyer, MTS’01, PhD’07 Eating lunch outside the refectory of Vanderbilt Divinity School, back around the turn of the millennium, I remember stumbling across the stone etching of Schola Prophetarum, the School of the Prophets. I am sure all who have...... KEEP READING