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School of Theology News

Anderson University graduates largest class in history

Sun, 2009-05-10 16:45 -- univcomm
May 10, 2009

Wearing the traditional black caps and gowns, the 2009 class of Anderson University graduates lined up on the school’s campus Saturday, eager to receive their diplomas, but somewhat anxious about their job prospects amid a shaky economy.

grad“I’m looking, but ...,” said 37-year-old Dawn Vetor, of Madison County, her voice trailing off. “I have some prospects, but nothing fluid.”

AU SOT receives grant from Chatlos Foundation for pastors

Wed, 2009-04-15 08:47 -- univcomm
April 15, 2009

AU School of Theology recently received a $5,000 grant for scholarship support from the Chatlos Foundation. The scholarship was created to help pastors from small churches attend online seminary courses.

About 70% of all Church of God congregations have fewer than 100 regular attenders. As a result many pastors have difficulty financing seminary education. Many pastors are bi-vocational or retired minsters who continue serving in retirement.

AU prepares for graduation weekend, May 9

Mon, 2009-03-23 14:24 -- univcomm
March 23, 2009

Anderson University recently announced that Dr. Carl H. Caldwell, retiring Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Dean at Anderson University will address the graduating class of 2009 during commencement exercises, May 9. The 3 p.m. (E.D.T.) program will be conducted in the Ward Fieldhouse of the Kardatzke Wellness Center. Speaking during Anderson University’s baccalaureate service will be Rev. Dr. Kerry Robinson, senior pastor of East Side Church of God in Anderson, Ind., and member of the Anderson University Board of Trustees.

SOT attracts large number of international students

Fri, 2009-01-09 08:01 -- univcomm
January 9, 2009

AU's School of Theology attracted a large number of young international students this year. Individuals from Kenya, Singapore, India, Nepal, Mexico and Russia have recently joined the ranks of seminary students pursuing graduate degrees at the SOT. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences add diversity and depth to the classroom experience.

Dr. Langat offers unique insight into missions at SOT

Fri, 2009-01-02 08:00 -- univcomm
January 2, 2009

For AU School of Theology students, Dr. Robert Langat of Kenya hopes to shine a new light on perceptions of missions work.

During his year-long residency at AU, Langat will teach three classes: African Religion and Culture, History of Missions and Biblical Theology of Poverty. In addition to teaching, he will offer two public lectures: "Understanding Leadership in a Culture Not Our Own" and "Theology of the Poor."

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