Alums and friends are welcome to participate in community days every Wednesday of the academic year with worship, lunch, and fellowship. In addition to numerous other events during the year, such as our Lowell Event held each semester, we have one special “Community Day” each fall to welcome new students, staff, and faculty, and to honor our alums. We hope you can join us on that special day so we can honor your legacy and your many contributions, making STH what it is today.
We extend support and concern to our alumni/ae and friends across the world as we all together respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re praying for all who have the virus or are caring for ill loved ones as well as first responders. Please know the School of Theology is following the University’s guidelines during this difficult time. Please return to this page periodically for updates.
A Conversation on Advocacy and Disabilities at BUSTH
Monday, March 8, 2021 | 4PM ET
This Zoom Webinar is primarily intended for School of Theology students, staff, faculty, and alums. The School of Theology has a long tradition of activism and we want to feature the trajectories of persons who have been involved in the task of advocacyin church, higher education, and the community at large. The webinar will feature autobiographical stories of paths to advocacy as well as specific examples of advocacy. Our distinguished panelists are Kara Jackman, Dr. Megan Sullivan, and Dr. Diana Ventura (STH’16).
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Book Talk: Against the Hounds of Hell: A Life of Howard Thurman
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Spring ’21 Lowell Lecture featuring Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 | 6 – 7:30PM ET
Join us for our bi-annual Lowell Lecture! Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, PhD has been described in a myriad of ways: a scholar-activist, scholar-leader, thought-leader, teacher, public theologian, ethicist, poet of moral reason, and word artist. Among these ways of describing Dr. Robyn, they are also a visionary thinker who has spent two decades working in the borderlands of church, academy, & movements seeking to not only disrupt but dismantle supremacy culture and help steward the logic of liberation as a Transqueer Latinx. They enflesh a deep hope of collaborating in these borderland spaces where their work seeks to contribute to the ongoing work of collective liberation.
This event is made possible through the generous support of the Lowell Institute.
Zoom webinar details coming soon.