Graduate Theological Union
A Passion for Justice: GTU Graduate Blends Academics with Activism
Studying religion is “where the rubber hits the road,” says Jaime Balboa, who earned his Ph.D. from the GTU this May in interdisciplinary studies. Balbocca is using his theological training as a foundation for the civil and human rights work he has long been committed to.
Tradition and Change: Laura Roberts Investigates Mennonite Identity
Read about how one new graduate used Ricoeur’s insight that “Traditions live by the grace of interpretation” to open up the Mennonite heritage.
2003 New Graduates
Take a look at our fifty-nine newly minted Ph.D., M.A., and M.A.B.L. graduates, and their thesis titles.
Faculty Award Given to Judith Berling
The GTU’s new Sarlo Excellence in Teaching Award goes to longtime faculty member Judith Berling, to celebrate her use of interreligious and interdisciplinary values in the classroom.
New Scholarships Support Catholic Women Leaders
The Markey scholarships support women in the doctoral program who are studying for Roman Catholic leadership and ministry. Read about the first recipients, Nancy Pineda-Madrid and Kerry Danner-McDonald.
From the President's Desk
On contextual theology and the six defining characteristics of the GTU.