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Inside MTSO
In the new Campus View
In the new Campus View
Lectures by MTSO's first dean, Van Bogard Dunn, are among newly available streaming audio archives. Also, news on Alumni Day and more fall events.
UCC Learning Network at MTSO unveiled
UCC Learning Network at MTSO unveiled
The UCC Learning Network at MTSO is a house of studies serving students, clergy and lay leaders who are members of the United Church of Christ. The UCC Learning Network will support MTSO’s UCC students throughout their theological education and help them become familiar with the denomination’s ordination processes.
Two new faculty members appointed
Two new faculty members appointed
We welcome Elaine Nogueira-Godsey (left), who will serve as assistant professor of theology, ecology and race, and Francesca Nuzzolese, who will serve as associate professor of pastoral care and counseling. Both will begin teaching in the Spring Semester of the upcoming academic year.
Upcoming
Oct 3
RSVP now and plan to be part of a full day of celebration and reunion, highlighted by the Mount Alumni Awards, a delicious luncheon and a presentation by Professor Robin Knowles Wallace.
Oct 4
Rita Cavin was serving as interim president of Oregon's Umpqua Community College in October 2015 when an active shooter killed nine people before taking his own life. Now retired, Cavin will reflect on the school’s response, sharing lessons learned about being prepared for the worst, getting through the acute emergency, and finding the path to resilience and recovery.
Oct 11
We welcome aspiring seminary students to sit in on a class, tour apartments and residence halls, explore MTSO’s many financial aid options, and talk with current students, faculty and admissions counselors.