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Numrich awarded research grant
Numrich awarded research grant
Paul Numrich, professor of religion and interreligious relations, has been awarded a research grant by the Louisville Institute to develop space-sharing principles for religious organizations and groups.
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Meet our newest students
Meet our newest students
A graduate of Marquette University, Kelsey Simkins has volunteered at a nonprofit urban farm in Milwaukee and worked with those on the margins of society in Denver. At MTSO, she’s a Master of Arts in Practical Theology student focusing on ecology. Learn more about Kelsey and her classmates.
Upcoming
Mar 14–Mar 15
Sought-after preacher and lecturer Anna Carter Florence of Columbia Theological Seminary will lead Schooler under the theme “Come Back When You’ve Found Something True: New Ways to Encounter Scripture.” She will invite Schooler participants to consider the world of theater as a model for how we read scripture together.
Mar 23
MTSO will host the 2017 Annual Conference of the Pacific, Asian and North American Asian Women in Theology and Ministry March 23-25. The public is invited to a free panel discussion on the conference theme “When Women Lead,” at 7 p.m. March 23.
Mar 30
Ralston Deffenbaugh, a human rights lawyer working for the Lutheran World Federation, will speak on what it means to be Lutheran in today’s multi-religious world. Presented by the Theological Consortium of Columbus.