THE YALE DIVINITY SCHOOL NEWSOURCE
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. All submissions must be e-mailed firstname.lastname@example.org 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. –Kelly J. Stone, Editor
From the Registrar:
Entering students. Once you have checked in you may register on line. There is open registration between August 30 beginning at and Friday, September 9 until . After you have registered for classes you should download your classes and have your faculty advisor sign it. Once it is signed it should be returned to the Registrar’s Office. A list of Faculty Advisors is posted outside the Registrar’s Office (1st floor Seabury) and in the Common Room. Student IDs will be issued or updated beginning August 30 once you have done the initial check-in on line, if you are not on the Bursar hold list or the measles hold list.* We will be in the Common Room from 9-1 August 30 through September 2 and all other times in the Registrar’s Office, Seabury 1st floor.
All returning students.. There is open registration between August 30 beginning at and Friday, September 9 until . After you have registered for classes you should download your classes and have your faculty advisor sign it. Once it is signed it should be returned to the Registrar’s Office. A list of Faculty Advisors is posted outside the Registrar’s Office (1st floor Seabury) and in the Common Room. Student IDs will be issued or updated beginning August 30 once you have done the initial check-in on line, if you are not on the Bursar hold list or the measles hold list.* We will be in the Common Room from 9-1 August 30 through September 2 and all other times in the Registrar’s Office, Seabury 1st floor.
After on Friday, September 9 all changes and registration will have to be made through the Registrar’s Office.
Library Survival Training: Come and learn how to find what you need at the Divinity Library! This 45-minute session is a basic orientation to the Library’s resources and services. The emphasis will be on electronic resources, including the ORBIS catalog, ATLA database, and other theological resources. All students are welcome to attend. Please sign up near the Circulation Desk for the session you wish to attend. For more information contact Suzanne.Estelle-Holmer@yale.edu or 432-6374. Sessions are scheduled to take place in the Library Instruction Room (L-107):
Wednesday, Sept. 7:
Thursday, Sept. 8th:
Tuesday, Sept. 13th:
Thursday, Sept. 15th .
Marquand Chapel Worship 10:30am All are Welcome!!
BIBLE BELTERS AUDITIONS: Attention YDS Men: Do you like to sing? Do you like sharing your talents with the community? Have you been dying to join a group with a Bible pun in its name? Now's your chance! The Bible Belters (YDS’ men’s a capella group) are holding open auditions on Thursday, Sept. 8 from in the Great Hall. Singers should come prepared to sing a short solo, do some individual sight singing, aural exercises, and group blending/sight singing exercises. Interested YDS men should email email@example.com with questions or to be placed on an audition reminder email list. Walk-ins are welcome, however. See you on Thursday!
YALE-WIDE ORIENTATION DAY: Sept
10, Interested in meeting other new students at Yale?
Would you like to see more of
Home to Go Exhibition and video installation by Adrian Paci, is on display at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (September 12-30) A reception will be held on Friday, September 16 from . More information at www.yale.edu/ism
SENIOR RETREAT. Students that will graduate in May 2006 or
December 2005 are welcome and encouraged to participate in the Senior
Retreat. The retreat will be held at the
FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Hey first years! Need a break? Need a listening ear? Want to come and share what your life has been like lately with other first years? Kristen Leslie will be hosting a gathering for you to come and talk about your own personal transitions. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th at (immediately before the community dinner). Please contact Martha (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jared (email@example.com) with any questions. See you there!
WRITING CONSULTANT HOURS: First
off, greetings first-years! Second, no need to worry about papers
just yet. Writing at the
RESUME AND CV WRITING: If you would like help with writing a resume at YDS, here's the way that you can go about that. 1) attend a resume or CV workshop 2) THEN make an appointment or carry on e-consulting with me. While I realize that many of you have learned resume writing in another venue, this method has proven to be the most useful expenditure of all of our time. That being said, upcoming resume and CV workshops are:
Wednesday, September 7, in room N-120 CVs
Wednesday, September 7, in room N-120 resumes
PARACLEATS SOCCER: The fall soccer season will begin with a practice next week and the YDS Paracleats are looking for new recruits. We are a co-ed team that competes in the graduate intramural league at Yale. If you did not play last year, or have not put your name on one of our sign-up sheets this fall, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will add you to our list. All are welcome (faculty, staff, spouses, fans, etc.) Those interested in other sports please feel free to email me for more information. The fall intramural season includes volleyball and softball as well as soccer, and if there is enough interest I will sign up a YDS team for those sports as well. Hope to hear from you soon, Adam Rutledge (864)270-7298 or email@example.com.
ROOM SCHEDULING SOFTWARE, which allows you to determine room availability and confirm your reservation requests, can be viewed by all of the YDS community. You can access this information by doing the following: Go to the Yale Divinity School website homepage (<http://www.yale.edu/divinity>www.yale.edu/divinity) * Click on "Faculty & Administration" * Click on "Room Resources" * Browse by Room, Date, event, etc. on the calendar or click on the link below: http://www.divinity.yale.edu/VirtualEMSLite/BrowseEvents.aspx>http://www.divinity.yale.edu/VirtualEMSLite/BrowseEvents.aspx To make a Room Reservation request, see link in upper left hand corner that says: "Click on link to make Room Reservation Request" Should you encounter any problems accessing the site, please contact Bob Piscatelli at 432-5273.
The Yale Russian Chorus
is now auditioning singers for the 2005-2006 school year
and beyond! A tenor-bass a cappella choral ensemble open to all members of the
The Overseas Ministries Study Center will hold its Fall Reception on
Reverend Edward Dobihal
Lecture: You are cordially invited to
the 2005 Reverend Edward Dobihal Lecture, sponsored
by the Religious Ministry Department of the Yale New Haven Hospital and the
Yale Program for Humanities in Medicine, honoring the ongoing work of Reverend Dobihal who established the chaplaincy program at the
YNHH, was a founding member of Connecticut Hospice and continues his interfaith
work in the community. The lecture will be delivered by Colin Murray Parkes,
Hot Coffee, Hot Issues: The Yale World Fellows Program is pleased to announce... The 2005 Hot Coffee, Hot Issues International Affairs Discussion Series will begin on Friday, September 9 at 8:30am at Betts House, 393 Prospect Street in the 3rd Floor Conference Room. We hope to see you there! Hot Coffee, Hot Issues is a weekly discussion series on current developments in international affairs led by experts from both inside and outside the Yale community. Each week, a new topic will be selected from the headlines for Friday's discussion. Coffee, tea and morning pastries are served at 8:15am. If you would like to receive the weekly discussion topic by email, or know someone else who would, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Art of Living Course - Yoga of Breath: September
9th – 14th. The purpose of
the Art of Living Course is to strengthen your potential. The program decreases
stress and increases your learning ability, focus, and concentration through
innovative breathing techniques that increase energy and deeply relax and
recharge the body and mind. The course
also includes natural principles of effective living. You learn tools that
eliminate counter-productive activity and enhance leadership qualities.
IMPORTANT: Registration required by 6th September www.aoluniversity.org This course meets weekdays:
and weekends: . Required attendance for all 6 sessions! Venue: Dwight Hall,
Women's Leadership in
Afghanistan's Reconstruction with
Keynote Speaker: H.E. Masouda Jalal, Afghanistan
Minister of Women's Affairs and Katrin Fakiri,
Managing Director, PARWAZ Microfinance Institution;
Connie Duckworth, Founder, President and Chair, Arzu, Inc.; Marieke Wierda, Senior Associate, International Center for
Transitional Justice (Moderator). In spite
of on-going conflict in
Grad Dessert with the Chaplains: Wednesday, September 14th,
· In an era when religious faith features prominently in public life, can we imagine a public role for religion that falls victim neither to the violent assertion of faith nor the liberal restraint of religious reasons in public debate?
· How can we envision modes of professional leadership in which the practice of faith is integral to vocation and broader participation in public life? Can such a vibrant practice of faith take seriously both the reality of pluralism and its consequent fact of multiple incommensurable world-views, while nonetheless envisioning a distinctive role for faith in fostering life’s flourishing?
The conference, interdisciplinary by design, seeks answers to these pressing questions for those working in the fields of law, business, ministry, medicine, in the academy, and in other spheres of life. Speakers and presenters include: Nancy T. Ammerman, Professor of Sociology of Religion, Boston University; Floyd Flake, Senior Pastor, Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral, Jamaica, New York; Mike Volkema, Chairman, Herman Miller, Inc.; Stephen L. Carter, Professor of Law, Yale University; Wendell L. Griffen, Judge, Arksansas Court of Appeals; Robert H. Henry, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit; William H. Pryor, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; Joan Gottschall, Judge, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois; Miroslav Volf, Director, Yale Center for Faith & Culture. Please register (Yale community no charge) by picking up a registration form outside S116 or by going to http://www.yale.edu/faith/initiatives/smc_2005.html or email email@example.com
Sex and Religion in
A Conference Presented by: The Yale Institute of Sacred Music with support from The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund; The Larry Kramer Initiative for Lesbian & Gay Studies; The Program in Judaic Studies; The Department of Religious Studies. This international, interdisciplinary conference is set to examine how religious and gender identities arise and develop in relation to one another in the context of globalization. Thirteen internationally-recognized scholars, authors, artists and film-makers have been invited to address the conference's theme by reflecting on the bodily practices of migrants in both refugee situations and immigrant populations in
Robert Parkins, Duke University Organist, performs as part of the Great Organ Music at Yale series. Sunday, September 18th at , Dwight Chapel. Free and open to the public. Presented by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music with support from Yale School of Music. More information at www.yale.edu/ism
Finding God in Seminary: a
one-day workshop for seminarians/September 24,
2005 (Saturday, 10 am - 3 pm) One of the ironies of
theological education - engaging in study of and about God - is that God often seems to disappear in
the process. This
Workshop will offer practical guidance for those who wish to deepen their relationship with
God in prayer in the context of their seminary education. Led by Brs.
KEVIN HACKETT and CHARLES LA FOND Suggested fee: $60 (half-price for full-time students)
available at: www.ssje.org/register.html. The
Monastery (Society of Saint John the Evangelist)
O God, I Love Thee: Music of Praise
Freedom! Not Just Another
by the Christian Community Action.
Professor Mark Jordan at UConn-Stanford: On
Important Notice about Student Employment: Employment regulations and guidelines have changed at the University for all positions beginning this past July 1st. Prior to beginning work, a request for funding, including a specific job description, with beginning and end dates, needs to be provided to our office by the hiring supervisor. All positions need to be posted online by the Business Office with Student Employment and then a student is hired and the position is listed as filled. Students are not able to begin work or receive pay for any work completed before this has been done. In addition, students must have completed all employment forms with the Business Office prior to beginning work, even if they were employed at YDS last year. If this procedure is not followed we will be unable to process any timesheets submitted.
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
YOUTH MINISTRY SHAPED BY
CONGREGATIONAL ASSETS: RESEARCH FINDINGS ON EXEMPLARY YOUTH MINISTRY: A
workshop Wed., Sept. 7, Just show up in the
ON YOUR SCHEDULE
¨Making and Using a Narrative Budget
¨Easy, High Quality, Lay-led Adult Education
¨Implementing a Comprehensive Mission/Social Witness Ministry in the Congregation
¨Leading Bible Study Using Bible Dictionaries, Various Translations, Etc.
¨Assessment Tools for Congregations and Youth Ministry
¨Selecting Leaders in Congregations with Guaranteed Good Results
Study group resources for congregations--youth, adults, children: curriculum, DVDs, videos with leader
guides. You can adapt it to your
situation but it will save time and provide quality to adapt rather than
invent. Come ask in the
Starting new groups: take several examples of topics/resources and
lead from one of them to give the group an experience of a lively time on the
topic. Don’t just ask them “what do you
want to do?” They don’t know about all
the topics and resources that are available.
Start with a lively experience on a possible topic with one of our
resources. Come to the
Commuters: Listen to the Bible, lectures on Bible and
church history, music, Taize—check out the CDs and
audiocassettes in the