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Meadville Lombard Theological School
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610 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605-1901
At Meadville Lombard Theological School, we educate students in the Unitarian Universalist tradition to become religious leaders who can-and will-change lives to change the world.
We offer three degree programs:
- Master of Divinity (ministerial degree) - Applications for this degree are currently suspended,
- Master of Arts in Religion (academic degree),
- Master of Arts in Leadership Studies (academic degree), and
- Doctor of Ministry (continuing education degree).
Meadville Lombard's TouchPoint theological education offers students a distance-learning format through a blend of face-to-face classes and electronic classroom and teleconference experiences where they interact with each other and the faculty. Meadville Lombard's academic courses are taught in an intensive format--reducing the amount of time that our students are required to be on campus. Intensive classes meet typically for one week in the months of January, March, and July; each intensive class is the equivalent of thirty-seven hours of residential classroom work. Generous scholarships are available.
For more information, visit our website at www.meadville.edu or contact Kaitlin Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meadville Lombard Theological School is affiliated with the UUA, the University of Chicago, and is in a cooperative relationship with the members of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools.
Officers: Lee Barker, President; Sharon Welch, Provost (Chief Academic Officer); Deborah Bieber, Vice President, Finance and Administration; William Sinkford, Board of Trustees Chair.
2441 Le Conte Ave
Berkeley, CA 94709-1209
Founded in 1904, Starr King School for the Ministry is a graduate theological school that educates Unitarian Universalist ministers and progressive religious leaders. The school offers a Master of Divinity, a Master of Arts in Religious Leadership for Social Change and a Master of Arts (sponsored by the Graduate Theological Union in collaboration with SKSM), as well as online courses and continuing education for laity and clergy. Starr King is a member of the Graduate Theological Union http://www.gtu.edu, which allows students to take courses at member schools and the nearby University of California, Berkeley.
Starr King emphasizes student-centered, participatory learning that focuses on theological study, work in congregations, supervised clinical pastoral experience, tutorials, independent and self-directed study projects, as well as participation in Starr King's community life and worship. Admission information: email@example.com. Online education: firstname.lastname@example.org
Officers: Rebecca Ann Parker, President; Kelly Flood, Vice President for Advancement; Thomas W. Smith, Vice President for Finance and Administration; Patti Lawrence, Director of Strategic Planning; Dorsey Blake, Acting Dean of the Faculty ('07-'08); Ibrahim Abdurrahman Farajaje', Director of the SKSM Luce Project for Multi-religious Theological Education.
Core Faculty: Rev. Dr. Rebecca Ann Parker , Patti Lawrence, Rev. Alma Crawford, Rev. Dr. Gabriella Lettini, Dr. Ibrahim Abdurrahman Farajaje'. Visiting Professors: Rev. Dr. David Sammons, Rev. Dr. Dorsey Blake. Visiting Scholar: Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock. SKSM Board Chair: Rev. Tom Disrud.
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Last updated on Friday, November 30, 2012.