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Celebrating the Class of 2016

by C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications Wake Forest University conferred degrees to 1,873 graduates during Commencement held on Monday, May 16. Of the graduates, Master of Divinity degrees were awarded to thirty-seven students at the School of Divinity. Four divinity graduates received joint degrees, one with a Master of Arts in Counseling, one with […]

Read more May 20, 2016

Commencement 2016

Media Contact: C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications On Saturday, May 14, the graduating class of the School of Divinity will gather for the school’s annual Hooding Ceremony. At the service, graduates receive their masters’ hoods in recognition of completion of requirements for the Master of Divinity degree. Not only is it a celebration of academic achievement, but […]

Read more May 13, 2016

Meet a 2016 Graduate: Angel Lee

by Andrea Simmonds (MDiv ’18), Office of Communications Name: Angel Furmarita Lee Home Town: Washington, D.C. Denominational Affiliation: No Preference Before coming to Wake Forest University School of Divinity for a second masters, Angel received a Bachelor of Science in Math from Bennett College and a Masters of Business Administration from Elon University. Angel’s reasons […]

Read more May 12, 2016

Meet a 2016 Graduate: Daniel Potter

by Andrea Simmonds (MDiv ’18), Office of Communications Name: Daniel Potter Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC Denominational Affiliation: Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) Before attending Wake Forest University School of Divinity, Daniel completed his undergraduate studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a dual focus […]

Read more May 5, 2016

School of Divinity welcomes Estrada to faculty

by C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications With the start of the 2016-2017 school year, Wake Forest University School of Divinity will welcome Erik A. Estrada, who joins the faculty as postdoctoral teaching and research fellow in the area of Early and Medieval Christianity. Dr. Estrada will teach classes on the history of the church […]

Read more May 3, 2016

Revelle awarded annual Guthrie Prize

by C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications Graduating student Rachel Revelle has been awarded this year’s Guthrie Prize. Rachel was selected based on the model of excellence she has shown in integrating academic study with leadership and service consistent with the School of Divinity’s mission and values. The prize includes a $2,000 award. The Guthrie […]

Read more April 28, 2016

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