We highly recommend enabling JavaScript for the best experience. You can find detailed instructions for your browser at enable-javascript.com.

Faculty in the News

Grant received from Kalliopeia Foundation for food & faith initiative

The Wake Forest University School of Divinity has received a grant of $35,000 awarded by Kalliopeia Foundation to support the Food, Faith, and Religious Leadership Initiative.

In its second year, the Initiative’s mission is to “equip religious leaders...

Read more July 29, 2013

Bahnson to lead morning workshops at the Wild Goose Festival

Author, eco-theologian, and Director of the School of Divinity's Food, Faith, and Religious Leadership Initiative Fred Bahnson will be a featured guest speaker at this year's Wild Goose Festival being held August 8 - 11 in Hot Springs, NC. This year's festival will engage questions surrounding the...

Read more May 6, 2013

School welcomes two new faculty members

Wake Forest University School of Divinity is pleased to welcome two new faculty members. These scholars will add to our already accomplished and distinctive faculty, as they both bring engaged teaching, scholarly depth and creativity, and a serious commitment to the church and community.

Read more May 2, 2013

School receives grant for worship renewal project

The Wake Forest University School of Divinity has received a worship renewal grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW) in Grand Rapids, Mich.

The grant will fund a year-long project through which the School of Divinity will offer a series of worship practicum...

Read more April 23, 2013

Integrating faith and mental health, by Jill Crainshaw

CareNet Counseling, a network that aims to build a strong tradition of clinical education for ministers and chaplains, is publishing a series of articles from interviews with professionals who encounter the intersection of faith and mental health. Recently, Jill Crainshaw, Associate Dean for Academic...

Read more March 22, 2013

Melissa Rogers to lead White House Faith-based office

Melissa Rogers, who teaches in Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity, has been named the new director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

Rogers has led the Center for Religion and Public Affairs at Wake Forest University School of Divinity since...

Read more March 14, 2013
See all recent news