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The Badé Museum Presents Lecture on Social Justice and Archaeology

On Friday, May 1st, The Badè Museum will present a very special lecture given by Dr. Dana DePietro, “Archaeology, Conservation, and Social Justice: SHARE’s Efforts in Israel Palestine.” ...

Writing Center Announces New Writing Coaches

Pacific School of Religion's Writing Center welcomes Marie Wojcik and Tom Emanuel as the new Writing ...

PSR Dean Dr. Bernard Schlager Speaks Out on Religious Liberty Laws

In response to the proliferation of "Religious Liberty" laws in the United States, Bernard Schlager, Dean & Vice President for Academic Affairs at PSR, spoke to several media outlets about the ...

Badé Museum and Doug Adams Gallery Exhibits Open Through May 29th

The Badé Museum and Doug Adams Gallery each present exhibits on display through May 29th, 2015. The museum is open to the public Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10:00 ...

Office of Contextual Learning Announces Immersion Courses in 2015 and 2016

Pacific School of Religion’s Office of Contextual Learning is excited to announce upcoming Immersion courses in 2015 and 2016.

#BlackLivesMatter: Ferguson/Bay Area Activism Immersion, ...

New PSR Micro-Certificate in Transformative Community Building

 

Would you like to integrate your spirituality with your commitment to social justice?

Then PSR’s new Micro-Certificate in Transformative Community Building is for ...

Dr. Justin Tanis Reflects on "Religious Liberty" Laws

CLGS managing director and PSR Adjunct Faculty member Dr. Justin Tanis reflected upon the surge of "Religious Liberty" laws in across the United States in a blog post, "Liberating Religious ...

PSR Students Speak about Transgender Inclusion on Church-Sponsored Panel

On Sunday, March 1st, PSR students Sonny Graves, Schmian Evans, and Jamie Lee Sprague-Ballou spoke on at “Room at the Table: Transgender Inclusion,” a panel discussion hosted by First ...

PSR Expresses Support for Bishop Yvette Flunder

American Baptist College invited PSR alumna Bishop Yvette Flunder (MA '97) as a featured speaker at its 58th Annual Garnett-Nabrit Lecture Series. The Washington Post describes Flunder as "a ...

PSR Alumnus Bob Peters Returns to March in Selma

PSR alumnus Bob Peters (BDiv '55) returned to Selma, Ala., to commemorate the historic Civil Rights marches from Selma to Montgomery, a 54-mile journey that took place from March 21-25, 1965. ...