Student Interviews and Activities

HDS student Sadada Jackson. Photo by Hadley Green

Engaging with Indigenous Languages at Harvard Library

June 13, 2019
The United Nations declared 2019 the “Year of Indigenous Languages.” Inspired by this mandate and her indigenous heritage, Harvard Divinity School student Sadada Jackson embarked on a project to better capture Tozzer Library’s Indigenous North American materials in her capacity as a graduate research assistant.
Aric Flemming, MDiv '19

Finding Rhythm in Reverence

May 21, 2019
“Harvard Divinity School has been very, very instrumental in working through my own identity,” says graduating student Aric Flemming, MDiv candidate. “Harvard Divinity School has helped to not only shape my identity, but has helped to shape how I understand people and life, living, and spirituality.”
MDiv candidate Salvador Peña

Student Employee Honored

May 14, 2019
MDiv candidate Salvador Peña was nominated for the title of Harvard's Student Employee of the Year.
Chuqiu Peng, MTS ’19

Humans of HDS: Challenging Stereotypes

March 20, 2019

“I have some stereotypes about Christianity and Islam, just because I do not know them well. I need more time to learn, to digest, to actually live fully, to learn fully.”—Chuqiu Peng, MTS ’19


Video: The Business of Spirituality: On Money, Branding, and Other Taboos

March 5, 2019

"Business" is a taboo topic in divinity school but anyone who wants to change the world needs to understand how to think like an entrepreneur. Leading experts on social and wellness entrepreneurship, innovative leadership, and the intersection of money and spirituality share their stories and wisdom in a panel discussion.... Read more about Video: The Business of Spirituality: On Money, Branding, and Other Taboos