WFU 2017 MLK ‘Building the Dream’ award winners named

Read more January 17, 2017

Racial reconciliation leader Kelly Brown Douglas to Give Lecture on January 11

Contact: C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications Who: Author, mother, educator, and Episcopal priest Kelly Brown Douglas is a leader in the fields of racial reconciliation, sexuality and the black church, and womanist theology. She currently serves as Professor of Religion at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. Essence magazine counts her among this country’s most […]

Read more January 4, 2017

Faculty scholarship update: Fall 2016

by C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications School of Divinity faculty publish regularly. This update will help you explore the depth and breadth of our faculty’s most recent publications and ongoing research. Fred Bahnson Assistant Teaching Professor of Ecological Well-Being Director, Food, Health, and Ecological Well-Being Program “The Priest in the Trees: Feral faith in […]

Read more December 20, 2016

Online faith-based nonprofit leadership certificate to begin in January 2017

by Lisa Snedeker, School of Law Communications Wake Forest Law Professor Steve Virgil, director of experiential learning, is partnering with Wake Forest School of Divinity Professor Dr. John Senior to offer a 12-week, online Faith-Based Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Program beginning in January 2017. The program is open to all. “This is a very good example of a […]

Read more December 13, 2016

Mobile food pantry grows out of class project

by Erica Saunders and C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications In co-founding New Communion Mobile Market and Pantry, third-year Master of Divinity student Monica Banks channeled her passion for food justice to bring a class project from a hypothetical to reality. Mark Jensen, teaching professor of pastoral care and theology, teaches Food, Faith, and Health […]

Read more November 30, 2016

Episcopal Bishop Porter Taylor appointed visiting professor

by C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications The Rt. Rev. G. Porter Taylor, who served as the sixth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina for over a decade, has been appointed Visiting Professor of Episcopal Studies at Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity. He retired as Diocesan Bishop of the conference in […]

Read more November 21, 2016

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