2020 Dean's Report

From Dean Hempton

Hope for Renewal: Let us walk together through the fire and the storm to create something new.


2019-20 Year in Review


Apocalypse Now: Giovanni Bazzana uncovers the truth about the book of Revelation in early Christianity—and today.

Being. On Campus.: Hindu monastics bring Vedanta to HDS and gain new perspectives on their tradition—and others.

Ministry of Healing: Gloria White-Hammond, MDiv '97, provides care to the sick—and addresses the injustice that makes them ill.

Modeling Multireligious Community: Four HDS students discuss their personal journeys to HDS and how they're working to make a world of difference.

An Investment in Understanding: Gregory Whitehead talks about how the Whitehead Foundation’s lead gift to Religion and Public Life honors the legacy of his father, John Whitehead, MBA ’47, and seeks to support a new generation of ethical leaders.

The Canopy: Under the auspices of Religion and Public Life, HDS programs come together to promote a just world at peace.

There Is No ‘Other’ Here: Kevin Cranston, MDiv '86, and the truth of pandemics.

On the Path of Love and Justice: Melissa Bartholomew, MDiv '15, fosters diversity, inclusion, and belonging at HDS.

Public Policy, Prophetic Vision: Cornell William Brooks teaches students to bring sacred and secular together in service of social justice.

A Student of Miracles: Teren Sevea studies the role of spirit mediums in the South and Southeast Asian Islamic world.

A Message of Thanks: Because of your support, HDS continues to rise to today's challenges in inspiring ways.

Peter J. Gomes STB ’68 Memorial Honorees

Seeking Justice for Migrants: Abel Rodriguez, MTS ’04

To Go Beyond Fear: Milia Islam, MTS ’04

Father of Peace: Ephraim Isaac, BD ’63, PhD ’69

Bringing the Sacred to the Soldier: Karen Meeker, MDiv ’94

Faith and Leadership: Nitin Nohria, Dean of Harvard Business School (non alumna/us honoree)


See also: Dean’s Report