The Q Source is published weekly under the auspices of the office of the Dean of Students. Notices of events and concerns of the community are included. All submissions must be signed and include a contact phone number or e-mail address. Free classified ads are also printed for members of the YDS community; these must be kept as short as possible. The Q Source is now available online at http://www.yale.edu/divinity/Stu.QSource.html. **Faculty & Staff who do not wish to receive a paper copy of the Q Source should email firstname.lastname@example.org.** All submissions must be e-mailed to email@example.com with “Q Source” in the subject line. All submissions must be in by Friday. No exceptions to deadlines will be made!! The right to edit is reserved. Thank you! –Callista Brown, Editor
APPLICATION FOR EXTENDED CONCENTRATED M.A.R. PROGRAM
This program is described on p. 47 of the current catalog.
An application for admission to the extended degree program must include:
1. Your name.
2. Address and e-mail address.
3. Area of concentration.
4. A statement of the reasons you want to extend your MAR for a third year (up to eighteen hours of work).
5. Names of two faculty members who know your work and are in the field in which the degree program is concentrated.
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO GRACE CHAO, ROOM N122, SEABURY 1st floor,
- Robert Wilson, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
Parking Request from the
Dean’s Office: Our good neighbor's
who live on
Center for Faith & Culture presents the inaugural Smith Memorial Conference:
A Crisis of Trust? Trust in a Culture of Suspicion and Spin.
Yale Committee for Social Justice (YCSJ) Meeting: Tuesday, Sept. 14, , RSV Room. Come join us for pizza, soft drinks and discussion. Contact a co-leader for more info: Elizabeth Marie Melchionna, Joel Hanisek, Jennie Ott and Elizabeth Lerohl.
Clergy Goods Supplier Wippell's Coming to YDS. Starting a parish internship this fall and in need of a cassock alb? Clergy goods supplier J. Wippell and Company Limited will be at YDS on Wednesday, September 15 in the Common Room from to to display their many items and take orders. If you'd like to peruse a catalog before then, contact Kate Bryant (phone: 497-9774; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
MAR/STM Bible and Ancient Studies Women’s Group: first meeting Wed. Sept 15th, , J.E. Dining Room. Designed for women interested in Biblical Studies, Ancient Judaism and Ancient Christianity. If interested in attending, please email email@example.com.
Wordsmiths Creative Writing Group: For anyone who would like to explore an interest in creative writing. Informal group, weekly meetings to write, share and critique. Open to any student, faculty or staff member. First meeting Thursday, Sept 16, in the Common Room. Contact Videen Bennett, Dianne Bilyak, Ashley Bradford or Joel Hanisek for more information.
& Religion Discussion: Are the differences between religion and science
question will be discussed on Monday, Sept. 20th from in Bushnell S-100. The Working Group for Religious and Spiritual Issues in Bioethics and the YDS Initiative on Religion, Science & Technology
have invited various Yale professors to discuss the interaction between religion and bioethics, the environment, and neuroscience. All students are welcome to come on out! And watch for more events in the future!
Historical Theology Faculty Candidate Denys
Turner will present a lecture at the ISM
Great Hall (N-100) on Monday, September 20 at entitled
"Faith, Reason and the Eucharist: Music as a model for their Harmony."
Reception to follow at in the
Sarah G. Smith Gallery. All are invited to attend. You may also visit
with Professor Turner during coffee hour in the Common Room after Chapel.
Historical Theology Faculty Candidate Richard Cross will present a lecture on September 23, , Niebuhr Hall (N-123) entitled “Divine Persons as Relations: Scotus’s Analysis.” Reception to follow in the Sarah G. Smith Gallery. All are invited to attend. You may also with to visit with Professor Cross during coffee hour on Sept. 24 in the Common Room after Chapel.
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
University Public Worship: The
to Vote in
Lecture: “American Judaism in Historical
Perspective” by Jonathan Sarna, the
Joseph H. & Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History at
Yale Women Faculty Forum Reception: Monday, Sept. 13, , Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Welcome new women faculty and senior administrators and celebrate those who recently received tenure or joined Yale’s senior administration. Open to the Yale Community, men and women alike! Please RSVP if possible to 432-8847 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More info at www.yale.edu/wff.
Bioethics Project presents a luncheon seminar: “Organizational Response to the AIDS
Epidemic in Resource-Poor Settings: Accountability Intact?” by Kari Hartwig,
DrPh, Asst. Clinical Professor, Yale School of Epidemiology and Public Health.
Wednesday, Sept. 15, .
Main Stage performers include: Arlo Guthrie, Four Bitchin' Babes (Suzzy Roche, Sally Fingerett, Camille West, Debi Smith), Pat Humphries & Sandy O (emma's revolution). For info and tickets go to www.ctfolk.com.
United Church Choir, United Church on the Green (UCC) in New Haven welcomes volunteer singers of all voice parts. Music from the Renaissance to present day. Choir sings in worship two Sundays each month plus several special services/concerts. Major works this year include parts of Handel’s Messiah and Motzart’s Requiem. Rehearsals Thursdays at 7:30 PM. For more info contact Mark Brombaugh at email@example.com or 787-4195 ext. 22.
Interested in CPE in a non-hospital setting? or in Spanish? Lutheran Services of the New York Alliance CPE offers both extended and summer units in a multi-site, multi-cultural contexts in the metro NYC area. Flyers available outside Barbara Blodgett’s office.
Urban & Community-Focused Theology/Praxis
Gathering: Sponsored by the Micah Fellowship
of the Episcopal Diocese of
Curtiss will present a vision of contextual theology that is achieved through mapping neighborhoods, listening to local theologies, small disciple groups. $5 freewill offering suggested. Breakfast & lunch provided. For more info or to register, contact Mayra Novo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-233-4481, ext 132.
“The Fall and Rise of Biblical Time: Astronomy, Philology and Theology
Exhibit: The Yale School of Nursing Diversity Action Committee presents an
exhibit by Rick Giudotti of “Positive Exposures.” This remarkable photographic
exhibit recently toured the
J.R. Evans & Co: Albs, Stoles, Chasubles, etc. Display in Common Room Sept. 21, .
Recital In Swing: Frank Tirro, clarinet & saxophone, in concert Tuesday, Sept 21, , Sprague Hall (College & Wall St). Lively group of musicians performing music of Benny Goodman, Rodgers & Hart, Shorty Rogers, Cole Porter, Gerry Mulligan and more. Free Admission.
Relief Scholarships available to cover costs for participation in the LWR Coffee
Project trip to
Sarah Smith Conference: “A Crisis
of Trust? Trust in a Culture
of Suspicion and Spin," the Inaugural Sarah Smith Conference
on Moral Leadership, is Sept. 16-17. We need help
with the conference in various capacities, including some
driving. If you're looking to make
some money and would like to help, please
contact Heather Templeton at 203-432-8629 or email@example.com. Please include in your response whether or not you have a car and are willing to drive. Thanks!
Monday-Friday (some flexibility).
Childcare: We are looking
for someone to babysit our kids (girl, age 6 and boy, age 5) on Mondays,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 2:30-5:00 (10 hrs/wk). This job can be
shared by two people if your schedule does not enable you to cover all of the
hours. $12.00/hr. Responsibilities: picking them up from Worthington Hooker
school at and walking
them home to
Childcare: Looking for a babysitter for four children (1, 4, 7, 9). Contact Lisa Jones at 495-1218.
First Baptist Church of Meriden seeks part-time Minister of Christian Education & Youth. Call church office at 203-237-5529 or visit http://revdrrob.home.att.net/fbc.htm, and click the link for the job description.
Student Assistantship: Seeking applications for
a position charged with helping to integrate visiting Research Affiliates into
the life of the
Albright Institute for Archeological Research is seeking applicants for paid research fellowships.
There are several different programs for which one could apply. See
Susan Olson, Director of Career Services, for information and applications, or
visit www.aiar.org. The deadlines vary, but many have October 15 dates.
Environment and Art Letter, a magazine published by Liturgy Training Publications, is soliciting feature articles (less than 1900 words) and photographers. The magazine is Catholic in ownership and origin but has an ecumenical readership. The editor prefers that one contact him prior to submitting a manuscript. Samples of the magazine and detailed formatting directions available in the Career Services Office.
wanted to share 2-bedroom townhouse on
Berkeley T-Shirts with “Got vocation” on the front
and “See you at Morning Prayer!
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
WORKSHOP: Resources for Adult Groups Exploring our Christian Responsibilities for the World in an Election Year, Sept. 14, in the Center
Beginning Adult Faith Nurture Groups (Education) With Video Resources and Lay Led, Sept. 22, in the Center
Things to check out:
International music resources to incorporate into worship
Rhythm instruments, 3 tambourines
Posters to create atmosphere in meetings and learning groups
Black religious music and videos about it
CDs, CD-ROMs, DVDs on Bible, church history, and everything else
Activities for youth groups
Advent studies, Bible study resources for every possible group or topic
Games for all age groups and topics
Studies for election year concerns
Pastoral and congregational care resources
“upside down” world map—it will create discussion…
Videos for your leisure Saturday evening
Books of prayers to get you started for worship planning
No question is too small or large or too unusual!!! Welcome!!