September 26 –
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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
Newly Elected Student Council Members: Thanks to everyone who ran for Student Council this year, and congrats to those who will be serving on the Student Council and the Graduate and Professional Student Senate:
Vice-President: Virginia Stickland; 1st Year MDiv Rep: Ryan McKnight; 1st Year MAR Rep: Andrea Allgood; 1st Year GPSS Senator: Julia Dunlap; 3rd Year GPSS Senator: Aaron Klink; ISM Rep: Josh Probert.
AA Meetings on Campus: AA, all-inclusive 12-step
and Thursdays, Room S-202,
"Lift Every Voice and
Vote" 2004 Presidential Debate Forum. Thursday, September 30th at in Neibuhr
from featuring Yale professors from the
J.R. Evans & Company: We at J.R. Evans and Company would like to thank all those
students who took the time to peruse our display at the seminary recently. We are coming back to the seminary to help you with
your clerical clothing & vestment needs in the spring, so please come and
see us again. For
the students who did not take advantage of this opportunity, we ask you to please
be an educated customer, dare to compare! If you have any questions before
we arrive, please email Trevor Floyd at J.R. Evans: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISM Upcoming Events:
Frederick Franck: Drawings, Paintings,
and Icons, Sept 20 - Oct 22, weekdays only .
On display at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. Frederick Franck is an internationally renowned author, artist, and humanist. This exhibition draws from some fifty years of what he calls “image making,” with a focus on subjects that explore the common bonds of humanness and the hopeful reconciliation of mankind’s divisiveness.
Liturgy Symposium: Christian Scharen, Mon. Oct 4, ISM Great Hall, "Not Made, Not Born: How Studying Congregations Helps Chasten Enthusiasm for the Formative Effects of Liturgy on Christians" (refreshments served).
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
University Public Worship: The
September 25: The Rev. Martha C. Highsmith, MDiv '94, Interim Associate
Pastor and Deputy Secretary of
October 3: The Reverend Barbara
Essex, the Pacific
Oct 3rd Service includes communion.
Religious Events Postings: The Chaplain's
Office website has a listing of on-going religious events on
the Yale Campus. To include a special event on the list, please send an email (info as text in the body of the email or a weblink; no attachments) to email@example.com. The deadline is Wednesday each week.
to Vote in
Events Celebrating Latino Heritage Month: A long list of events continue in celebration of Latino Heritage Month. For schedule information, visit: www.yale.edu/lacasa.
Group Forming: Wednesdays, , Sept. 22 – Oct. 27 (for 6 weeks), Branford
College Fellows Room (under archway nearest
that, the group will be closed. Facilitated by Rev. Cynthia A. Terry (
"Yellow in a White World" by Dean Harold
Koh, Dean of
“Is Resurrection Faith Credible”
presented by Gerald O. Collins, S.J., Professor of Systematic and Fundamental
Theology at the
“God, Women and the World: Telling the Story Another
Way” presented by Joan Chittister,
OSB, a leading voice in contemporary spirituality. This fourth annual Anne
Drummey O’Callaghan lecture on Woman in the Church will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 5, , in the A. Quick Center for the Arts,
and Ethics Working Research Group - 2004-2005. This year-long workshop is offered for 1 hour credit as a
reading group at
Conference: “A World Less Silent: Celebrating Jay Katz’s Contributions to Law,
Medicine, and Ethics.” Friday,
Call for Proposals: Grants in Research Ethics
Available: The Donaghue Initiative in Biomedical and Behavioral Research
Ethics invites grant applications for research projects exploring the ethics of
research on human subjects. Grants of up to $10,000 are available for
investigators to study a specific ethical problem in the
conduct of human research on human subjects or the institutional review of human subject research proposals.
Interested applicants should contact Julius Landwirth, MD, JD, Assoc Director, Yale Interdisciplinary Bioethics Project: 203-432-5448, firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline 1:
World Festival of Sacred Music: Mark your calendars: the 2005 World Festival of Sacred Music
will be held in
of Alumni & Student Affairs at Summerbridge New Haven: Hosted by
Please direct all inquiries to Catherine Goldenheim, Director of Summerbridge New Haven: email@example.com, (203) 397-1001 ext. 361.
Wall Art: So many people have admired the groovy design on Barbara Blodgett's wall that she would like to share the secret. The peel-and-stick art is called Wallcandy, and you can find it online at www.wallcandyarts.com. Her design is "poppies" by marimekko.
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
WORKSHOP: Thursday, Sept. 30, Leading Bible Study Using Bible Dictionaries, Various Translations, Etc. You can use these tools in interesting ways with older children, teens, and adults. They will find them as curiosity producing and informative as you do.
Resources for Meeting Youth Faith Nurture Needs
Adult Education Starting at a Change of Church Seasons like Advent
Inviting, Not Signing Up—for leadership and participation in the church
Stewardship Nurture as a Part of Faith Nurture Year Round
Resources for Becoming a More Hospitable and Welcoming Congregation
Resources for Adult Groups Exploring Our Christina Responsibilities for the
World in an Election Year
Beginning Adult Faith Nurture Groups With Video Resources and Lay Led
We have resources for you on all of the following upcoming occasions:
Blessing of Animals
World Communion Sunday
World Food Day
All Saints Day
Mental Illness Awareness Week
Martin Luther events
United Nations Day
Domestic Violence Awareness
And when you need an extra review in a different way on church history and Bible, how about DVDs, videos, and CD-ROMs?
Commuters: Lectures, Bible Readings, and music are available for your listening hours! Check them out.
Lots of Martin Luther and Celtic spirituality videos….someone was asking. Maybe you are interested.