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Tyrus Sturgis
Zaida Nunez credits the UBL program with helping her pursue her call. “It provides me a solid theological foundation that allows me to bring an effective message to the community.”
Tyrus Sturgis
General Conference 2016 served as a reminder of our needs, and a motivation to continue building strong leaders.
Tyrus Sturgis
Registration is now open for Imagine What’s NEXT, a weekend event featuring motivational speakers, community gatherings and powerful worship to help college students tackle real issues within their communities and around the world.
Beth Neil
Written by campus ministers, college chaplains, and staff members of GBHEM, the book is a collection of essays that take on five thorny issues that impact today’s college students.
Tyrus Sturgis
Higher Education Night began after the close of Monday’s plenary session following the agency’s report.
Tyrus Sturgis
Higher Education Night will be held Monday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Portland Ballroom at the Oregon Convention Center at the conclusion of the day’s plenary session.
Beth Neil
A comprehensive website has been created to preserve the history of Higher Education and Ministry.
Beth Neil
The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry today announced the selection of John W. Wells, Ph.D., as associate general secretary of the Division of Higher Education. Wells will begin his employment with GBHEM on July 1, 2016
Tyrus Sturgis
Nearly two of every three deacons and elders ordained in 2015 graduated from a United Methodist-affiliated institution as upward trend continues.
Tyrus Sturgis
Themed ONE: Birthing a Worldwide Church, the gathering’s events are designed to foster unity among clergywomen and strengthen their Methodist identity.
Beth Neil
All delegates, bishops and individuals attending General Conference 2016 are invited to join in a night of food, music and festivity to celebrate United Methodist-related schools, colleges and universities.
Tyrus Sturgis
Program now reaches 20 schools of theology in Africa, four in the Philippines and two in Asia.
Beth Neil
Designed for group candidacy mentoring, this resource provides a more robust discussion of United Methodist beliefs, and defines the sharp distinction between the discernment the application processes. It includes a guide to assist mentors as they lead discussions and prepare mentor reports.
Beth Neil
New Certifications in Parish Nursing Now Available for Ordained and Lay Leaders text: United Methodist parish nurses get a distinctly United Methodist certification and enhance their connection with other United Methodist nurses.
GBHEM
In accordance with the publishing plan approved by the board of directors, Armistead will manage all aspects of academic publishing, including working with the agency’s global constituencies for academic publishing, developing Course of Study (COS) textbooks, collaborating with the E-Reader project to provide GBHEM text, and development of the GBHEM digital magazine.
GBHEM
A restructuring of the board of directors, the approval of an internal publishing office and matching funds for a new scholarship headlined the meeting of the Board of Directors of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM), February 24-26, in Nashville.
Tyrus Sturgis
University Senate President Dr. Thomas A. Wolfe discusses the significance of the senate’s work
Nicole Burdakin
College presidents, CEOs renew Methodist roots as General Conference approaches
GBHEM
Dr. Russell E. Richey discusses stages and patterns of ministerial formation in The United Methodist Church
GBHEM
Co-Founder of Women of Color Scholars Program receives her alma mater’s highest honor for work as a civil rights pioneer
GBHEM
Fundraising seminars hosted in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe create new opportunities for advancement at Methodist-related educational institutions.
GBHEM
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine explores United Methodist-related Claflin University’s partnership with the University of Calcutta in India.

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