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Class of 1995

 

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  Rev. Anisa Cottrell Willis '95 M.Div.

 

 

 

Class Notes

Welcome to 1995's Class Notes page. Here you will find news from your classmates as it was submitted in the late summer of 2009 for publication in Spectrum 2010.  Enjoy!

Moved? New job? Retired? Newly married? New grandchildren? Please submit your Class Notes to your Class Secretary or the Alumni Office by August 31, 2010, for publication in the next issue of Spectrum.

     

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2010 Notes

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Beth Dahl ’95 M.A.R. has been an assistant professor since the Fall of 2006 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Department of Political Science, specializing in international conflict resolution and East Asian politics. Dahl also just published an article: “Reconciliation and the Therapeutic Impulse: What Does It Mean to ‘Heal’?” Human Rights & Human Welfare, Vol. 9 (April 2009): 55-73.

 

On 09 May 2009, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary conferred upon Randall J. Forester ’95 M.Div. a Doctor of Ministry Degree. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree, Rev. Dr. Forester wrote the doctoral thesis: The Evangelical Pastor as Agent of Redemptive and Collaborative Change in a Mainline Church.

  Jean M. Graustein ’95 M.Div. is continuing (part-time) as Environmental Justice Ministry Coordinator for the office of Urban Affairs of the Archdiocese of Hartford, where she began as a student intern. Jean works with Catholic parishes to help folks learn and act on the Church’s teaching on care of creation and the complex links with care of neighbor. Over the years, the group has focused on environmental justice and health, watershed protection and land use and now, climate change. Bill and Jean rejoice with the presence of their first grandchild, born in April 2009.