23 News Items Tagged 'Public Service'

Staying True to Her Values
04.26.2012 News Story

HDS alumna Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe is the first United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Knowledge Is Power
04.12.2012 News Story

Human societies are growing more religiously and culturally pluralistic, and the study of world religions has never been more crucial to stability, progress, and peace.

The Opening of Women’s Studies
03.02.2012 Audio

On February 3, Bernadette Brooten and Constance Buchanan spoke at the opening dinner for the WSRP's National Leadership Conference.

Women Philanthropists, Activists Convene at HDS
02.22.2012 News Story

HDS's National Leadership Conference convened women leaders in business, law, the arts, philanthropy, and community activism.

Narratives of Service
11.18.2011 News Story

HDS students Willie Francois and Helen Kim have been recognized for their leadership in ministry.

Providing Shelter in the Time of Storm
11.08.2011 News Story

Jim Stewart, MDiv '83, serves as a force of stability and caring ally for the men who rely on First Church Shelter for safe dwelling.

In the Classroom or on the Court, a Focused Passion for Teaching
02.08.2011 News Story

It may be at Georgetown University or at the Library of Congress. It may be at a day school in Bethesda, Maryland, or on a basketball court in Washington, D.C. But there is a good chance that...

Compassion for Others, Commitment to Service
12.23.2009 News Story

Michael Klinger, a second-year master of divinity candidate, is pursuing a life's path of service to others. Here, he talks about the transformative work he has done with wrongfully convicted...

'Social Justice Is Unfinished Business'
12.10.2009 News Story

Originally from the Atlanta area, Christopher Hope is one of many Harvard Divinity School students with a passion for social justice and ministry. 

Sometimes a Profession Chooses You
05.15.2009 News Story

For HDS student Elizabeth Leavitt, taking up the mantle of ordained Presbyterian minister once seemed as likely as a move from her native Oregon to New England.