Technology, Religion, and Race: Progress and Its Racial Histories

Craig Chapel 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ

Technology, Religion, and Race: Progress and Its Racial Histories Tuesday, October 26, 6-7:00 p.m. ET Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall and Livestream Zoom Webinar Join Hyemin Na, assistant professor of religion, media, and culture, for a discussion on how narratives regarding technological advancement, religion, and racial identity have been intertwined from the start. Professor Na will […]

Sacred Embodiment: A Conversation with Dr. Sharon Betcher on Disability Theory/Praxis

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A Virtual Event | Tuesday, November 2, 6 p.m. ET Join the Theological School community for a virtual discussion on Sacred Embodiment: A Conversation with Dr. Sharon Betcher on Disability Theory/Praxis. Sharon V. Betcher is an independent scholar, crip philosopher, and farmer living on Whidbey Island, Washington. She is the author of Spirit and the […]

UMC Seminary Fair – 11/05

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Have you ever wanted to check out all 13 United Methodist seminaries, but couldn't afford a trip around the country to do so? Well, here's a chance to meet representatives from all the schools in one, virtual event! Come meet representatives from Boston University School of Theology, Candler School of Theology, Claremont School of Theology, […]

Caring for Interfaith Caregivers

Mead Hall, Drew University 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ
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Caring for Interfaith Caregivers Networking Conference for Chaplains in New Jersey | Featuring Keynote Speaker Dr. Betsy Stone Drew Theological School and Chaplaincy Innovation Lab, based at Brandeis University, presents Caring for Interfaith Caregivers, a project to support recovery and resilience among chaplains across faith traditions in New Jersey. Chaplains living and/or working in the state of […]

Healthy Religion, Healthy People: From Equity to Enrichment

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Drew Theological School's Religion & Global Health Forum Presents: Healthy Religion, Healthy People: From Equity to Enrichment Celebrating the 2nd Anniversary of the Religion & Global Health Forum Wednesday, February 23, 12 - 1:30 p.m. ET Featuring Keynote Speaker: Dr. Pernessa Seele, Founder and CEO of The Balm In Gilead, Inc. Moderated by: Dr. Kenneth […]

In Kierkegaard’s Garden with the Poppy Blooms, a Book Launch Event

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Drew Theological School is proud to host a virtual book event celebrating the release of In Kierkegaard's Garden with the Poppy Blooms: Why Derrida Doesn't Read Kierkegaard When He Reads Kierkegaard by Chris Boesel. Chris Boesel invites readers into a Kierkegaardian style literary conceit, creating two pseudonymous voices—one philosophical and deconstructive, one theological and confessional—in […]

Science for Seminaries – Dr. Philip Butler Event

Craig Chapel 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ
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Technology x People: A Black Posthuman Sociotechnical Framework Wednesday, March 16, 12 - 1:30 p.m. ET Craig Chapel and Livestream Zoom Webinar Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://drew.zoom.us/j/93340373658 Join us for a special event with Dr. Philip Butler, assistant professor of theology and Black posthuman artificial intelligence systems at Iliff School […]

Virtual Open Doors – Drew Theological School

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Join us as we bring the Drew Theological School experience to you! From your current location, you will be able to visit campus virtually. Connect online for all or specific parts of the day. The choice is yours! Are you a believer, an activist, a seeker, a thinker, a counselor, a preacher, a teacher, a poet, a dreamer? If so, then join us at Drew!

Open Doors at Drew is an opportunity to get to know the Theological School as a place that values thinking, action, flexibility and creativity. Drew Theological School has trained rooted, innovative and courageous leaders for 150 years for service to the Church, the academy and society. We are a diverse and open community that dares to pursue the love, wisdom and justice at the heart of the transformative gospel of Jesus Christ.

By attending Open Doors at Drew you will be able to participate in worship, dialogue with our Deans, faculty, students and staff, and explore our various degree programs. Our doors are open online. We welcome you! Register below to experience a day in the life of a Drew Theological School student!

Kenneth Rowe Memorial and Tipple Lecture Event

Schedule of Events Thursday, October 6 | Offered In Person and Online Click here for Livestream URL Memorial Service for the Rev. Dr. Kenneth Rowe C'59, T'69 Preacher | Heather Murray Elkins | By Water and the Word | Craig Chapel | Noon Reception | Seminary Hall Atrium | 1 p.m. Open Exhibits | Splits, […]

New Jersey Congressional Debate at Drew University!

Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

With the goal to promote informed voting in a nonpartisan setting, the League of Women Voters of New Jersey, Drew University Center for Civic Engagement, the Montclair and Morris County branches of the NAACP, the New Jersey Hills Media Group, and the Morris County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a debate for candidates seeking the congressional […]

AAR/SBL Annual Reception

Please join us for an evening of celebration and community at the Joint Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature in Denver! Drew University Annual Reception Sunday, November 20, 2022 9–11 p.m. MT Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Spruce Room | Tower Building | Mezzanine Level 1550 Court Place Denver, […]