The Doug Adams Gallery welcomes Mining the Collection:The Meaning of the Bone Room, scheduled to run from March 31-May 20, 2011.
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
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
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.
The Center for Arts, Religion, and Education (CARE) would like to invite artists from across the GTU to become involved with the Doug Adams Gallery and the Badè Museum, located on the Pacific Scho
Pacific School of Religion Dean Mary Tolbert, Vice President for Academic Affairs and George H. Atkinson Professor of Biblical Studies, has accepted the invitation of the Graduate Theological Union Council of Deans to give the GTU Distinguished Faculty Lecture next fall.
We offer our ongoing prayers for our sisters and brothers in Japan as they face the consequences of last week’s catastrophic earthquake, tsunami, and radiation exposure.
PSR Board Chair Sharon MacArthur, senior minister at Sycamore Congregational United Church of Christ, shares this message with the PSR community about the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
During the January Intersession, PSR students took a challenging 11-day immersion course on the San Ysidro/Tijuana border, sponsored by the contextual education department and taught by professor Randi Walker.
Beginning July 5 and ending August 12, Summer Session 2011 at Pacific School of Religion will offer two dozen courses and the opportunity to study in a relaxed environment in community with PSR fac