Earlham School of Religion is currently accepting applications for the Tom Mullen Ministry of Writing Fellowship for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Earlham School of Religion celebrated the installation of Matt Hisrich as Dean on Friday, September 27th. Hisrich is a 2008 graduate of ESR, and served as the Director of Recruitment and Admissions for the school from 2012 until he became Acting Dean during the 2018-19 academic year.
Earlham School of Religion seeks to partner with Quaker organizations to support the good work taking place in a wide variety of important service contexts by offering the Quaker Professional Scholarship.
Earlham School of Religion is pleased to announce our new Development Coordinator, Tom Decker. Tom is a 2018 graduate of ESR and brings to the position a wealth of experience in developing donor relations and gifts to support the continued ministry of the School.
Earlham School of Religion is excited to share the news that the stipends for the 2019 Entrepreneurial Ministry Certificate cohort are entirely funded thanks to the generosity of Friends.
Bethany Theological Seminary, Earlham School of Religion, and Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) have entered into an open cross-registration agreement. This is the first collaborative effort of its kind among seminaries of the three Historic Peace Church traditions: Church of the Brethren, Quaker (Society of Friends), and Mennonite.
Stephanie Crumley-Effinger, Director of the Supervised Ministry program, will retire from her position at the close of the 2019-20 academic year. Stephanie has served in this role since 2000. She is a 1981 graduate of ESR, earned her B.A. from Earlham in 1977, and is a recorded Friends minister.
ESR is pleased to announce scholarship recipients for the 2019-20 academic year. In addition to the Thomas J. Mullen and Nancy Kortepeter Mullen Scholarship, the first Quaker Professional Scholarship is also being awarded.
Earlham School of Religion celebrated the accomplishments of the class of 2019 May 10-11th with baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies.
On Friday evening, the graduates gathered with family, friends, and the ESR community for a baccalaureate dinner and program to honor their achievements. ESR dean Matt Hisrich provided the welcome, and teaching faculty honored the graduates with tributes to their growth and ministry.
Earlham School of Religion is pleased to be the recipient of a grant from the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. The grant funded project, "Preparing Students to Support Diverse Communities by Teaching them to Handle Conflict," is being led by director of the writing program at ESR, Ben Brazil.