Howard University School of Divinity. Advancing Excellence in Black Theological Education.
Accredited in 1940, HUSD is one of the oldest fully-accredited theological schools - and the oldest historically Black school - affiliated with the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. Additionally, it is the only African-American theological school connected to a comprehensive category I research institution. Howard University School of Divinity, a graduate theologi
cal and professional school, educates and forms academic and religious leaders to serve the Church and society, and to celebrate the religious and cultural heritage of African-Americans, the African Diaspora, and Africa.
Dear Howard University Community,
Wishing you the joy of God’s peace and the gift of life’s first fruit—love. -Howard University School of Divinity
Here’s a little dose of holiday festivities.
Faculty and staff luncheon (HUSD) (Mardi Gras theme) & Howard University Staff Holiday Celebration (Motown Theme).
It was a joy to have faculty and staff pause in gratitude, fellowship and community.
It is with great sadness that I share with you the news of our beloved and esteemed professor, Dr. Gay L. Byron’s passing. She fought valiantly and passed peacefully this morning. Please keep her sons, Lloyd and PJ, their extended family, her classmates, colleagues, and University community in prayer.
Up until last week, she was working on a monograph titled Hidden in Plain Sight: Ethiopic Manuscripts and Early Christianity, a major project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The best way to celebrate and honor her is to be devoted to her love and passion which was her scholarship.
More details to follow.
Dear Howard Divinity community and community of friends of our beloved colleague, Dr. Gay L. Byron. If you were unable to attend the prayer vigil today and desire to view it, please find a link to the recording below. We remain prayerful and know you will as well. Love and light, Kenyatta Gilbert.
🗣️Calling all Howard University School of Divinity Alum! Join the excutive board for their annual General Body/Elections Meeting tomorrow! To obtain the zoom credentials and learn more about upcoming events: https://rb.gy/19xzmk
The Talent Acquisition department hires qualified candidates to fill positions which contribute to the overall strategic success of Howard University. Hiring staff “for fit” makes significant contributions to Howard University’s overall mission. JOB PURPOSE: The Communications and Media Specia...
Dear HUSD family,
Join us as we celebrate the legend Rev. Serena K. Parks for 20 years of service to our beloved institution!
Please RSVP at the this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rev-serena-parks-retirement-party-tickets-757862185197?aff=oddtdtcreator
We look forward to seeing you! For special presentations please email Ms. Tracie West [email protected]
School of Divinity alumna of Howard University and National Chaplain Service Executive Director Kim Willis prays on Veterans Day. https://www.c-span.org/video/?c5092927/user-clip-chaplain-kimberly-willis-executive-director-va-national-chaplain-service
Veterans Day Observance at Arlington Cemetery: Invocation
Tomorrow we’re thrilled to welcome Alumna Min. Yasmine Arrington as our chapel speaker! Calling all alum 📢🗣️ We’d love to see you and connect. Let’s go
I am very proud to share that CNN Heroes will feature the story of ScholarCHIPS, a non-profit founded and directed by our 2018 alumna Ms. Yasmine Arrington-Brooks.
ScholarCHIPS raises scholarship funding and provides college-bound children of incarcerated parents a connection to a network of professional mentors.
We celebrate Yasmine’s accomplishments and are excited to welcome her home this Wednesday, Nov. 8th, 5:30-6:30 PM, as our featured chapel speaker. The service will be livestreamed from Howard University School of Divinity’s page. Although ScholarCHIPS has made the Top 10, I want us to rally and help Yasmine to become CNN’s 2023 Hero of the Year! Spread the word and take a moment to vote. Each person can vote up to ten times a day, every day from now through December 5th.
Go to www.CNNHeroes.com and click the tagline "Vote for Your Choice for Hero of the Year," which is a link directly under the photo ad of all ten finalists. When you click the voting link, go to the box that has Yasmine’s photo, and click the VOTE button. When you click vote, a sliding scale will pop up. Please slide the scale to the right, all the way to the number 10, and submit! Please also share and repost on Twitter, Facebook, and/or LinkedIN.
I hold great excitement and hope for the future of Howard University. With the inauguration of its 18th president, Dr. Ben Vinson III comes a vision of grand possibilities for the nation and world community. I am proud to have begun my deanship at Howard University School of Divinity with the opportunity to serve alongside a Black humanities scholar and colleagues whose passion is promoting excellence in higher education. “Where Howard goes legacy follows!” - President Vinson
HU Alumni we want to see you! Join us on Wednesday for Alumni Chapel Service with our guest speaker Rev. Leonard Hamlin.
Theological wrestling and interrogating our theological assumptions help us to refine our theological and moral vision. Howard Associate Professor of Psychology and Pastoral Care, Dr. Ronald Hopson, asks the question, “What does it mean to be Christian?” What he models after his didactic treatment of a gospel reading customarily designated for and commonly referred to as Palm Sunday is what I hope Christian preachers would see as a promising practice; that is, to invite discussion following the message.
Join us for our weekly chapel service on Wednesday, October 25th at 5:30pm in Dunbarton Chapel. This week our speaker is our own Dr. Ronald Hopson, HUSD Associate Professor of Psychology and Pastoral Care. For those who have an ear, let them hear the provocative, revelatory, and compelling word from Dr. Ron Hopson!
Congratulations to Pastors Samoris Hall and Paula Hall. The School of Divinity celebrates this milestone with you! May you know the blessings of a wide supportive community who will help you take the Beloved Community Church into an even brighter future.
BCC UCC's mission is to facilitate healthy relationships, empowerment, transformation, and reconcilia
Howard University School of Divinity celebrates the recent appointment of Arkansas native Ms.Techika C. Rhodes as its new Admissions, Retention, and Recruitment Coordinator. A gifted musician, Techicka is a double alumna of the University of Arkansas; she earned her Master of Divinity degree with a concentration in African American Church Studies at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Techika anticipates a spring 2024 graduation from HUSD’s Doctor of Ministry program. Join me in welcoming Techika Rhodes to the School of Divinity’s administrative team!
Howard University School of Divinity celebrates the new appointment of Oakland, CA native and 2015 alumna, Rev. Hazel M. Cherry, as Director of Student Affairs. Rev. Cherry brings a diversity of gifts and wealth of ministry experience to her role. A marketing and digital media expert, former church administrator, and director of student recruitment, Hazel holds a BA in pastoral counseling, MDiv from HUSD, and MA in
creative writing. Most recently, she has served as marketing director at Green the Church in Washington, DC. Join me in welcoming Hazel to the School of Divinity's administrative team!!
A great alumna! Dr. Teresa Smallwood. Proud of the exceptional work you are doing.
We are EXCITED to hear from HUSD SGA Executive Council President Leah Burgess at our Chapel service this Wednesday! Come out and enjoy an evening of powerful worship, word and fellowship. We look forward to seeing you there.
We welcome you to our Chapel Service tonight, September 13, 2023, at 5:30pm. The service will be held in the Dunbarton Chapel. Dr. Cheryl J. Sanders will deliver a power packed, encouraging and life changing word this evening.
After 17 years as a professor at various levels, Kenyatta Gilbert is appointed to be the new dean of the Howard University School of Divinity.
TONIGHT!! OPENING CONVOCATION and PINNING CEREMONY. Dr. Kenyatta R. Gilbert will be delivering his inaugural address which will outline his Divinity Forward Initiative.
We look forward to welcoming all students, family, faculty, and staff as we embark upon this new season of advancing excellence in black theological education. Howard University
Our 2023 Sprunt Lecturer is Dr. Keri Day Keri Day is an Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American...
We send our prayers to Dean Yolanda Pierce as she says farewell to HUSD!
Saying a fond farewell to Dr. Yolanda Pierce at HUSD! As Rev. Kevin Peterman aptly said, “May the Work You’ve Done Speak For You!”
Please join us on April 22nd from 10AM to 12PM for our Black Church Environmental Virtual Workshop. We are featuring three dynamic speakers to introduce and update us to the Environmental Justice issues facing our communities including our congregations. Our speakers are: Dr. Terri Adams (Deputy Director NCAS-M; Ms. Robin A. Lewis (Director, Climate Equity at Interfaith Power and Light), and Dr. Joseph Wilkins (Professor of Atmospheric Science). Don't miss this important, enlightening and timely workshop. Register using this link: tinyurl.com/4shjzckp
HUSD student Zuogwi Reeves closed us out focusing on the theme of Healing!
Ms Robin Lewis from Interfath Power and Light presented important Environmental Justice information for Harambe!
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