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Observing Ash Wednesday in Community

A reflection by Rev. Lerato R. Pitso On February 14, the United Methodist Church (UMC) in Madison held a joint Ash Wednesday worship service with Drew Theological School. The service was held both in-person and live-streamed. The introduction to Lent was given by Rev. Mark Schol, who reminded the congregation of the centuries-long tradition of […]

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COMMENTARY: Drew and Madison: One community, here for each other

President Hilary Link's Op-Ed in the Madison Eagle

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Drew Theological School and Hispanic Theological Initiative: A Collaborative Partnership

Together supporting Latinx students to obtain a theological education

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How to submit your thesis/dissertation to ProQuest

Submit an ETD Release form. Go to ProQuest’s ETD Administrator and click the “create your account” link. Complete the form and click “Create Account.” You will receive a confirmation email from etdadministrator@proquest.com. Click on the “confirm your account” link in that email. Instructions : Read as much or as little of the “Instructions” as you […]

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Drew University Professor Goes on Barcelona Press Tour for Debut Book

Courtney Zoffness's collection Spilt Milk was translated into Catalan

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Drew Writing Project Hosts Community Writing Event

Utilizing grant to support development of historical and artifactual literacies

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Tami Navarro, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Pan-African Studies Program

Black History Month presents us with opportunity to both acknowledge the many important contributions made by the Black community and to envision a future in which we live more equitably. The recent social justice movements around police reform and Black life, for example, have made clear the importance of keeping conversations about race and racism […]

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A Look at Drew University’s Revitalized Pan-African Studies Program

Drew will celebrate Black History Month with a number of campus events and guest speakers

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Philadelphia Museum of Art Commissions Work From Drew University Professor

A replica of Raymond Saá Stein's commissioned work lines the streets of Philadelphia as a mural

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Family of Drew Theological School Alum Creates Scholarship

The legacy of Dr. Douglas Lawson T’60 lives on by supporting future students

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Drew University Mourns the Loss of Longtime Professor Janet Burstein G’70’75

Burstein taught at Drew for 35 years, concurrently earning her masters and PhD from the school

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Food and Drink policy

Purpose This policy and associated procedures define terms, conditions, and expectations for users of the University Libraries and Special Collections. Procedures Drew University Library seeks to provide both convivial and silent study spaces for our patrons. For the convenience of Library users, we have instituted the following policy regarding food and drink in the library: […]

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Drew University’s Top Stories of 2022

Faculty experts, Jeopardy!, and rankings populate the most-read stories of 2022

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Mortimer P. Giffin Papers

Rev. Dr. Mortimer P. Giffin (1869-1952) served as a lecturer on homiletics at Drew Theological Seminary from 1922-1935 and on History and the Appreciation of Fine Arts at Brothers College from 1929-1935. Despite his part-time faculty status, Giffin was a well-beloved professor, who contributed scholarships to Brothers College and a number of portraits of prior […]

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Drew University Alum Named Poet Laureate for Jersey City

Ann Wallace C'92 discusses the honor and her time at Drew

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Visiting Scholars

The Drew University Library’s mission is, in part, to facilitate access to scholarly collections and information resources. To further this goal, the Drew University Library may grant Visiting Scholar status to a limited number of members of the greater academic community who are visiting Drew for a short period of time to conduct intensive, on-site […]

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Eligibility Guidelines for Assigned Carrels and Lockers

*Maximum Carrel Terms: PhD candidates who have completed course work and language exams are eligible for carrels for a three-year period or for several periods of time that add up to 36 months.  DLitt and DMH candidates who have completed course work are eligible for carrels for a one-and-one-half-year period or for periods of time […]

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Drew University Alum Delaney Redford C’22 Is Making a Difference with the N.J. Food Council

Alum points to opportunities, skills, and networking at Drew for launching her career

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Drew University Mourns Passing of Longtime Professor Donald Cole C’59

Cole taught economics for 41 years, co-founded the school's Brussels study abroad program

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Drew University Mourns the Passing of Former President Vivian Bull

Dr. Bull taught economics for 32 years, concurrently serving as an associate dean for eight

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Drew University Professor Set to Appear on Jeopardy!

Brianne Barker takes us behind the scenes of the surreal experience

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Where They’re Going: Carly Schiller C’22

"Everyone at Drew, from my professors, coaches, and friends, pushed me to become a better version of myself."

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Drew University Celebrates CLA Class of 2022

Students receive their diplomas after an unprecedented undergraduate experience

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Honors Thesis a Culminating Experience for Renata Primmer C’22

"Attending Drew was a transformative experience for me."

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Drew University Anthropology Students Get Forensic

Students uncover, analyze, and document a mock crime scene

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Drew University Announces Commencement Faculty/Student Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients

Honorary degree recipients will join faculty/student speakers at Commencement ceremonies

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Drew Theological School Restructures Doctor of Ministry Program

Students choose their experience to support vocational goals

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Drew Theological School’s TheoTREC Returns This Summer

Students safely resume global travel as part of the Master of Divinity program

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Drew Hosts Technology x People: A Black Posthuman Sociotechnical Framework

The Science for Seminaries conversation was hosted by Drew Theological School

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Student Reflection

Lerato Pitso T’24, Master of Divinity student The African Students Community at Drew (AfriSCaD), in collaboration with Black Ministerial Caucus (BMC), held a Zoom session in celebration of Black History Month. The session’s theme was “If Oceans Speak: African Diaspora Untold Stories.” The first speaker was Dr. Kenneth Ngwa, who shared the news of the African […]

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Drew University Student Presents at Art History Symposium

Amy Zavecz C'21 discusses her research on the intersection of art and law

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Krysta Angelique Piper T’18

United States Army Reserves, CH (1LT) – Chaplain First Lieutenant Responsibilities “I perform Protestant services once a month, as well as religious rites. I provide confidential counseling to all my soldiers and advise my commander on religious, spiritual, moral and ethical matters. I am the officer in charge of my unit ministry team that consists […]

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Rodney James Lynch T’14, ’15

Pastor and Executive Director Baptist Student Foundation at Purdue University Responsibilities “I pastor college age young adults through offering spiritual counseling, creating and facilitating sacred space for interracial, intercultural, intergenerational, ecumenical and interfaith dialogues and fellowship amongst a richly diverse community.” What led you to seminary, specifically Drew Theological School? “I choose Drew Theological School for a […]

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Boram Lim T’14

Staff Chaplain Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, NY Responsibilities “I provide spiritual and emotional support to patients, families and staff experiencing a wide array of challenging moments related to health issues and caregiving. Throughout the pandemic, my role has gone through series of adaptations. During the initial months of COVID-19, I focused on escorting families who […]

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Nicole Kaufman T’15

Chaplain Arbor View Senior Living Community, Denver, CO Responsibilities “My role as chaplain began to take shape since COVID-19 began to wreak havoc on our country and the residents in our facility were considered the most vulnerable in the population. I became responsible for end-of-life visits when family members were not permitted to enter our […]

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Derek Elkins T’10

Protestant Chaplain and Co-Director of the Emmaus Center for Spiritual Life & Vocation St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI Responsibilities “I joined St. Norbert College to support the spirituality of students from Protestant Christian denominations. In this role, I lead an inclusive worship service called Thin Place with students from a variety of Protestant traditions and journey […]

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The Rev. Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah T’10

Chaplain, JFK Medical Center | Associate Minister, New Hope Baptist Church “I really bloomed in the Forest and Drew holds a special place in my heart,” said Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah. Leaving a teaching career to pursue her calling to ministry, Owusu-Ansah’s pastoral journey has been “exhilarating, exciting and exhausting.” After graduating from Drew, she found […]

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The Rev. Dr. Kevin D. Miller T’03, ’08

Executive Director of Graduate Admissions, Drew University Kevin Miller started his career in sports communication. In a high-stress position that required up to 46 weeks of travel each year, Miller pleaded with God for change. “I had to give up so much of myself in order to be successful in the journey,” said Miller. After […]

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Teresita Matos-Post T’14

Executive Director, Beth-El Farmworker Ministry The vocational journey for Teresita Matos-Post was not always following a clear path. “My vocational journey is a mixture of an obstacle course combined with a train that make a lot of stops,” said Matos-Post. “I knew I had a lot in me to share, I just didn’t know the […]

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The Rev. James Lee T’19

Lead Pastor, Wesley United Methodist Church James Lee has had two loves since early childhood—the church and media—and he has been able to integrate these passions throughout his journey. Coming from a mono-ethnic Korean church, Lee found value in the diversity at Drew. “I was always surrounded by folks who were from all different backgrounds, ages […]

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