News from EDS

Faculty Scholarship Celebrated

Dr. Joan Martin, Aura Fluet, Dr. Lucretia Yaghjian, and Dr. Gale Yee

On April 24, Sherrill Library held its third annual Faculty Scholarship Celebration to recognize Episcopal Divinity School and Lesley University faculty research and publishing.

Statement from President and Dean on Boston Marathon Bombings

Photo by Jenna EthierBeloved sisters and brothers in Christ,

All of us are still reeling from the horrific events at yesterday’s Boston Marathon.

Episcopal Service Corps Partnership Announced

CAMBRIDGE, MA, April 2, 2013—Episcopal Divinity School and Episcopal Service Corps, a network of young adult service programs across the United States, are pleased to announce a new tuition benefit partnership, providing qualified ESC volunteers and al

2013 Honorary Degree Recipients Announced

CAMBRIDGE, MA, March 26, 2013—Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) announces its 2013 commencement ceremony will take place on May 23, at the First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, at 2:00 pm. At the ceremony, EDS will present honorary doctor of divinity degrees to three individuals: The Right Rev. Michael Curry, Jamie Bissonette Lewey, and the Rev. Canon Dr. Gregory Straub.

Christopher Hartley Named Vice President of Institutional Advancement

CAMBRIDGE, MA, February 26, 2013—Episcopal Divinity School is happy to welcome Christopher Hartley as its new vice president of institutional advancement. Hartley has been the interim director of institutional advancement at EDS since June 2012.

Catching Up with the President

The Rev. Gay Jennings ’77 was elected president of the House of Deputies during the 77th General Convention of the Episcopal Church, held in Indianapolis on July 10, 2012. We asked her a few questions about her first months in office.

Q: First off, congratulations! How would you describe your first months in office?

EDS Receives Roanridge Grant

In December 2012, the Episcopal Church announced that Episcopal Divinity School will be the recipient of a Roanridge Trust grant of $17,600 to support students who are interested in field education in a dynamic rural environment. The grant will cover travel expenses, financial support to host families, and a stipend of $3,500 for a field placement in Northern Michigan.

Diane D’Souza Named Director of Continuing Education at Episcopal Divinity School and of Mission Institute

CAMBRIDGE, MA, February 15, 2013—Episcopal Divinity School and the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts are happy to announce that Diane D’Souza has been hired as director of the continuing education program at Episcopal Divinity School and as director of the Mission Institute.

EDS Faculty and Staff Attend Living Stones Conference

In early February, a team of faculty and staff (l-r Miriam Gelfer, Fredrica Harris Thompsett, Christi Humphrey) from EDS attended the Living Stones Partnership Annual Meeting in Las Vegas.

Episcopal Divinity School Receives Award for Rebranding Efforts

CAMBRIDGE, MA, January 29, 2013—This week the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District 1 will celebrate its excellence and achievement awards at its annual conference in Boston. Among those recognized this year is Episcopal Divinity School, which received a bronze excellence award for its rebranding efforts in the publications package category.