Graduate Theological Union

Contents

  • A Moral Agent
    Read a profile of 2005 GTU Alum of the Year Laurie Zoloth (M.A., Ph.D. ’93), a world-renowned bioethicist.

  • Alumni Insights: Carol Whitfield, Ph.D. ’92
    GTU alumna Carol Whitfield (Ph.D. ’92), clinical psychologist and professor of East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, discusses her journey to the GTU and beyond.

  • Alumni Then and Now
    Read about how the GTU experience focused the careers of Juan Hinojosa (Ph.D. ’84) and Judith Kay (Ph.D. ’88).

  • Shaping the Discourse
    GTU alums Lizette Larson-Miller (Ph.D. ’92) and Joe Driskill (Ph.D. ’96) are shaping the institution’s dynamic intellectual community with courses that touch on current world issues.

  • Students Speak
    CDSP students Jason Alexander, Sabeth Fitzgibbons, and Michael Reid talk about their experience at the GTU consortium.

  • Theology as Public Practice
    Professor and minister Thee Smith (Ph.D. ’87) has skillfully integrated both the private and the public sides of religion.

  • Point of View: Interfaith Dialogue
    PLTS president Phyllis Anderson and SKSM president Rebecca Parker discuss the ingredients of good discourse between faiths and the potential benefits and pitfalls of such dialogue.

  • Supporting the GTU: A Man of Service
    A profile of former GTU trustee Dr. James G. Emerson, Jr., Presbyterian minister and theological teacher.

  • Supporting the GTU: Responding to the Call
    Dr. Richard E. Ice and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bertelsen, Jr. exemplify the charitable giving that GTU donors are demonstrating in support of ecumenical and interreligious collaboration.

  • From the President’s Desk
    GTU president James A. Donahue examines the changes in theological education since his own studies at the GTU in the early ’80s