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The article mentions that the “Echoes and Fragments” show is on display through Aug. 27 at the Doug Adams Gallery in the Badè Museum, 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley.
PSR student Miak Siew (MDiv) is one of the 14 winners of the inaugural Scholarship & Mentorship Program for Religion and Theological Study awarded by the HRC.
Part of the mentorship program includes the Summer Institute, which is an intensive five-day institute for 14 participants studying LGBT issues at the master’s and doctoral level. This year the Summer Institute will be held at Vanderbilt University School of Divinity in Tennessee.
PSR Alum Eric Eide (MDiv 2010) will be ordained into ministry in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) at First Christian Church, Corvallis, during the 10 a.m. worship service Sunday.
PSR Alum Nicholas F. Benton (MDiv 1969) gave a sermon entitled, “What Now Lazarus? Beyond Pride and Equality,” at the Sunday services of the Washington, D.C.-based First Congregational Church on Sunday, June 13, as part of Capital Pride Sunday.
This article announces that PSR alum Rev. Stephan Ross, pastor of McMinnville United Methodist Church, gave the baccalaureate address. It’s titled “Life Interrupted” at Linfield College.
Former PSR Staff and Current GTU Doctoral Candidate Writes Article About Expelled Ugandan Bishop's Visit
Richard A. Lindsay, former PSR media relations staff and current doctoral candidate at the GTU wrote an article about Bishop Christopher Senyonjo's visit to San Francisco and PSR.
Rev. Dr. Jay Johnson, an Episcopal priest and Director of Academic Research and Resources for the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry at PSR is also quoted in this article.
New PSR alum Brad Corbin (MDiv 2010) is quoted in this article about returning home to Mississippi to serve the Methodist Church and how the church needs to adapt to help others during the recession.
Mahmoud Ayoub, former visiting professor of Islamic studies and comparative religion at PSR does a video discussion/interview - "WHAT IS ISLAM: BY DR. MAHMOUD AYOUB WITH JAMAL BELICA"