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From the Dean
As you have read about Wake Forest University and its School of Divinity, you may have noticed several common themes emerging — teacher-student engagement, small classes, faculty who are teacher-scholars, education of the whole person, and Pro Humanitate, For Humanity, the Wake Forest motto. These Wake Forest educational and institutional values create an environment that is ideal for theological education, because theological education is at its best when it is education of the whole person and when students are guided in their professional development by faculty inside and outside the classroom.
Gail R. O’Day
Dean and Professor of New Testament and Preaching
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- Swannanoa, NC
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