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PSR to launch 'TEL' program this fall with online access

Pacific School of Religion will restructure its community education intiatives into the new Theological Education for Leadership (TEL) program, which will begin in September of 2011.

President Emeritus Bill McKinney published in the Christian Century

PSR President Emeritus, Bill McKinney, writes in the Christian Century's April issue about the American religious landscape.

From the article: Crunching the numbers, Apr 2, 2012 by William ...

Two PSR students awarded fellowships by Beatitudes Society

PSR students Meredith Jackson and Lindsey Kerr have been awarded summer fellowships by the Beatitudes Society.

Three PSR alums named grand marshals for SF Pride Parade

Roland Stringfellow, director of ministerial outreach for PSR’s Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLGS), Bishop Yvette Flunder, founder and senior minister of City of Refuge UCC, and Victoria ...

President Potterveld announces new dean

Tat-siong Benny Liew has been appointed vice president of academic affairs and academic dean of Pacific School of Religion. The following is a statement from Riess Potterveld, president of ...

Summer Session 2011 announces Tuesday Night Talks

Once again, PSR Summer session invites the general public to our campus for a series of free lectures and talks given by distinguished members of this year's Summer Session faculty.

New exhibition in the Doug Adams Gallery

The Doug Adams Gallery welcomes Mining the Collection:The Meaning of the Bone Room, scheduled to run from March 31-May 20, 2011.

Vote for Roland Stringfellow as Grand Marshal for SF Pride

Roland Stringfellow, PSR alum and director of ministerial outreach for the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLGS), has been nominated to be a Grand Marshal for the 2011 San Francisco Pride Parade o

PSR announces staff reduction and organizational changes

Pacific School of Religion has announced staff layoffs, restructuring, and other actions to address serious financial challenges faced by the school, as a result of years of deficit spending as wel

Mahmood delivers Tolson Fellow lecture on April 15

Visiting Tolson Fellow Saba Mahmood will deliver her second lecture of the semester, "Secularism, Sexuality, and Religious Difference,” on Friday, April 15 at 12 pm in Mudd 100.