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From the Registrar's Office
On Line Registration—January 10 at9:00 am-January 21 until
There is open
registration between January 10beginning at and Friday, January 21 .After you have registered for classes you
should download your classes and have your faculty adviser sign it.Once it is signed it should be returned to
the Registrar’s Office. Registration forms will not be accepted by the
Registrar’s Office without an approved signature.If your advisor is on leave, you will have to
find another faculty member to sign off or you may file a change of adviser
form with the Registrar’s Office.
All forms are due in the Registrar’s Office by January 21.Failure to register on time will result in a
$25.00 late registration fee.
We will also be
updating your ID beginning on January 10.
Please join us this week for the following
services at :
Tuesday, January 18: graduating student Alison Tichy will offer the homily,
music will be provided by the Gospel Choir.
Wednesday, January 19: the sung morning
prayer service written and compiled by
Dunn and Michael Smith continues!
Thursday, January 20: the second
Difficult Texts Series service will feature Professor
Maier preaching on 2 Samuel 13, the rape of Tamar.
Friday, January 21: the chapel team
leads us in a hymn-festival Eucharist. All who
to worship are welcome at the communion table in Marquand Chapel.
It’s not too
early to plan for summer! Check out these opportunities, updated weekly:
Summer: a 10-week internship of faith and action for workplace justice."This program begins in Chicago and sends delegations to
worksites around the country to support workers' rights campaigns. The
program can count for Supervised Ministry credit. The deadline for
applications is March 1. Information and applications are available at
the desk outside the Office of Supervised Ministry. Pilgrim Pines UCC Camp and Conference Center in Yucaipa , California is looking for full-time summer
counselors and weekly volunteer counselors for camps serving first grade
through High School as well as special-needs adults. Applications should
be submitted ASAP, with most positions assigned by March 14. Information and
applications are available at the desk outside the Office of Supervised
Ministry, or at www.pilgrimpinescamp.org.
Internship: Positions (some paid) are
available at the ShalemCenter in Jerusalem, a research center devoted to the study of Jewish social
thought and public policy. The eight-week program provides an opportunity
for students to provide study with practical experience in various
departments. Information is available at the desk outside the Supervised
Bulldogs in the Bluegrass: This Yale-sponsored, 10 week paid
internship program works with
organizations in Louisville, many
of them non-profit. Students are paired with mentors and work with
community leadership. Applications and information are available at
www.bulldogsinthebluegrass.com, or at the desk in front of the Supervised
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Summer Mission Opportunity: Interns in this paid program will be
placed at Disciples Mission Centers in the Appalachian region, California,
or Texas. Interns will host
work groups and work with local communities for about 10 weeks.
Applications and information are available at http://www.homelandministries.org/VIM/Interns.htm
or at the desk in front of the Supervised Ministries Office.
Abbey Road is a summer program working with
high school students in France, Italy and Spain. They are hiring for
directors, coordinators, and resident advisors. Abbey Road is coming to do a recruitment
session (general information) and interviews on February 8 from
in HGS 119. This is sponsored by the Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences' CareerCenter. We are invited guests, but not
cosponsors (I know nothing more than what's included in this email!). Students
attending the info session should bring resumes with them, and be prepared for
an interview that evening. More information about Abbey road may be
Summer CPE in Texas:
in a CPE program in a non-hospital setting in Texas this summer? See the
information at the Office of Supervised Ministries' cubicle in Seabury, or
contact the Rev. Stephen K. Goss, ACPE Supervisor at: (817) 882 4071.
Association of Yale Alumni 2005
Community Service Summer Fellowship Program:
Spend next summer discovering, teaching, nurturing, advocating...Be part of this phenomenal program that
provides both undergraduate and graduate/professional students (not in their
final year of study) the opportunity to spend eight weeks in cities across the
country (and one international city), working in full-time community service
positions. The program is open to undergraduate and
graduate/professional students who are
not in their final year of study and who plan to return to Yale the semester
following the Fellowship. Yale alumni, who
also provide housing and a stipend of $2,800 per student, sponsor each
Fellowship. Previous sites have included youth service agencies,
homeless/outreach shelters, community re-development agencies, environment/conservation
organizations, education enrichment programs, family community centers, and legal aid programs. Application
deadline: Friday, January 21, 2005 by . More info & application: www.aya.yale.edu/cssfQuestions? Call 432-1944
For additional listings, check the Summer Opportunities book at the
desk outside of the Supervised Ministries Office.
Opportunities to support Tsunami Relief efforts:
Northwest Medical Teams: Money goes
directly to medical supplies for those affected by the tsunami. Their website
For those looking for ways to do hands-on help not just in the tsunami
affected territories, but elsewhere in the world where there are medical needs,
the NW Medical Teams is also an organization through which people volunteer
their medical skills. Teams are already on the ground there now. - Lynda Bigler
I'd been in touch with Jonathan
Bonk at the Overseas Ministries Study Center (OMSC) to see if he had received
any word about Nalini Jayasuriya who, as you may remember, returned to her home
in Sri Lanka following her time here at OMSC
(and her exhibit at ISM/YDS). Thankfully, she is fine and was able to get
through to friends in Florida, who passed the word along.
In his reply, he mentioned that the OMSC
community is raising some money to assist relief operations in Sri Lanka. They "will be sending a cheque
to Bishop Duleep de Chickera at the end of this month. He is the Anglican
bishop of Colombo." Checks can be made
out to OMSC, but donors should write "Sri Lanka Relief" on the memo
line; they can be given to Judy Stebbins at OMSC.Thanks,Gale Pollen.
All School Conference 2004/2005: Disrobing: Our Private Selves and Public Identities
January 24-28, 2005
Jan. 24: Social Selves
opening lecture by Dr. David Bartlett & Dr. David Kelsey
Discussion of Sexuality in the Public and Private Sphere and Community Dinner sponsored by the Student
Friday, Jan. 28:
Dance Party sponsored by the Black
Seminarians and Yale Committee for Social Justice.
The conference's theme explores
the image of private and public roles of clergy and academics, in order to ask
questions of self-formation and vocation both as a crucial part of individual
well-being and as preparation for effective public ministry, teaching, or other
Homiletics Lecture: You are invited to attend a presentation by David M.
Greenhaw, a visiting
homiletician. He will be giving a presentation entitled "Preaching
and the Public" on Tuesday, January
18 from in Marquand Chapel. He
will reflect on the differences between teaching how to preach a sermon and how
to engage in the preaching ministry of the church. Copies of his CV are
available in Rm. N122. You are also welcome to attend the coffee hour at in the Common Room after the morning Chapel service to
speak with Professor Greenhaw.
Homiletics Lecture: On Friday, January 21 from , James Henry Harris, a candidate
for the Homiletics Senior Search, will be giving a presentation entitled
"Interpreting the Larger Context for Preaching". His presentation
will be held in Marquand Chapel. All are invited to attend. Copies of his CV
are available in Rm. N122. You are also welcome to attend the coffee hour at in the Common Room after the morning Chapel service to
speak with Professor Harris.
AIDS Lecture:Interested in learning more about the
HIV/AIDS pandemic? Come hear YDS's new faith fellow Dr. Isabel Apawo
Phiri give her lecture: "A South African Perspective on HIV/AIDS:
Responses of Young Women to Men’s Roles in Stopping the Spread of AIDS." Thursday, January 20th, in Niebuhr Hall.
AIDS Chapel Service Help Wanted: Did you know that in some countries in southern Africa, 1 in
4 adults is infected with HIV/AIDS? The YDS Women's Initiative regarding
HIV/AIDS in Africa is looking for help putting together a chapel service and
common room discussion to promote awareness of these issues. Meet us January 24th, in S200 Bushnell. Everyone welcome.
RefWorks- YDS Library Workshop: Are you having trouble organizing the references
you accumulate in the course of researching and writing a paper or report?Are they on computer files, note cards,
napkins, and gum wrappers?Solution:Use RefWorks! RefWorks
is a web-based citation management system that is available to Yale students,
faculty and staff.You can add
references manually or import directly from ORBIS or other online databases
(ATLA Religion Database, for example) available from Yale University
Libraries.It allows you to easily
create in-text citations while you are writing your paper.Once you are finished writing, it takes just
moments to generate your bibliography.Come to a 45 min. tutorial to learn more about how to get started with
RefWorks.If you plan to attend, please
set up a RefWorks account.Click on the
RefWorks link on the YDS Library web page http://www.library.yale.edu/div/or
the Yale University Library web page http://www.library.yale.edu/.This will allow more time to explore the
system during the workshop.If you
encounter problems setting up an account, please contact Suzanne.Estelle-Holmer@yale.eduor call Suzanne Estelle-Holmer at 432-6374.
Wednesday, January 26 at
Thursday, January 27 at 12;
All Sessions will be held in the Library in Room L107 (the
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
Worship:The Church of Christ
in Yale. Engaging faith and reason.
Old Campus. : University Public Worship with Communion. The Church of Christ in Yale is an open and affirming
congregation, United Church of Christ. Church school and childcare; Wheelchair
accessible. All are welcome! University Chaplain’s Office: 432-1128.
Communities: 1000 Hours of Volunteer Service:
of Dr. King, members of the Yale Community (Students, Faculty, Staff and
Alumni) are encouraged to pledge hours of volunteer service through the months
of January and February. Our goal is 1000 hours collectively donated by the
Yale community. (1000 hours = 250 people committing to 4 hours of service
can sign up for service opportunities in TWO ways:In person from Monday, Jan. 10th
- Monday Jan. 17th at Commons from (and at other locations on
Campus - TBA) and at different event throughout the MLK weekend,OR contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GPSCY Mega Mixer:Time for another Mega Mixer!!!
Last November more than 400+ graduate and professional students took over
the GPSCY for the Fall Mega Mixer! Now it's time for a second round, so
spread the word and come mingle with your fellow Graduate & Professional
School students: Saturday, Jan. 29, GPSCY,9pm-2am.
St. Olaf College
Choir will be performing at
Woolsey Hall on Wednesday, February 2nd
at The St. Olaf Choir, with 75 mixed
voices, is the pioneer a cappella choir in the United States. For more than three-quarters of
a century, the choir has set a standard of choral excellence and remained at
the forefront of choral artistry. Directed since 1990 by Anton Armstrong, the
St. Olaf Choir continues to develop the tradition that originated with its
founder, F. Melius Christiansen. This concert is part of the choir’s annual
tour. Tickets $25 for adults, $15 for students. General admission. Tickets can
be ordered through the Shubert Theatre: www.shubert.com/tickets, or call 203-562-5666.
Religions Workshop:The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale Universityis pleased to present a
Workshop on East Asian Religions: “Manipulating Magic; Sages, Sorcerers, and
Scholars,” April 15, 16 and 17, 2005 at Yale University. The
workshop is intended as a forum for discussion.For more information and to
REGISTER for this event, please contact email@example.com.
Please provide your name, institutional affiliation, title, mailing
address, telephone, fax, and email. Registration deadline is Friday, April 8.
Youth Ministry: A vibrant, inclusive,
Anglo-catholic parish offering Radical Welcome seeks a seminarian not involved
in an internship to assist with the parish's youth group two Sundays each month
through early June. Travel expense and modest stipend. First year students most
welcome. St. Paul's on the Green, Norwalk. Please contact the Reverend
Donna Downs at emailto:Downs@stpaulsnorwalk.org>Downs@stpaulsnorwalk.org.