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Why Black women are rising to lead top theology schools
Harvard Divinity School selects first Black woman as dean
Hamline University president to retire following Islamic art controversy
by Yonat Shimron
Yolanda Pierce named dean of Vanderbilt Divinity School
by Dawn Araujo-Hawkins
City of Fort Worth to buy seminary housing units for $11 million
by Mark Wingfield
Biden administration seeks to rescind Trump-era rule about faith on campus
by Adelle M. Banks
For the first time, Union Presbyterian Seminary will be led by a woman
Why students at a Kentucky school are praying and singing around the clock
by Bob Smietana
Hamline University retracts Islamophobia charge as instructor sues
Federal court dismisses LGBTQ students' class action discrimination suit
by Kathryn Post and Bob Smietana
Schools report continued drop in master of divinity degrees
by Kathryn Post
Eastern University drops ban on LGBTQ faculty, on hold from CCCU
Yeshiva University approves alternative LGBTQ group
Solidarity with student workers?
Several church bodies have adopted prolabor statements. The actions of their affiliated schools often tell another story.
by Amulya Mandava
Columbia Theological Seminary students object to firing of Black administrator
Lawsuit against faith-based schools continues gaining steam
by Emily Cousins
Brett Opalinski to lead Methodist studies at Candler School of Theology
Shuly Rubin Schwartz inaugurated as chancellor of Jewish Theological Seminary
Does Catholic higher ed have to sell its soul?
A truly Catholic university, says James Heft, steers a course between secularization and insularity.
by Thomas Albert Howard
Peter Mageto to lead Africa University