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Newton Malony, longtime professor of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, passed away on Monday, August 10, 2020, in Eugene, Oregon. “Newton Malony was a scholar, therapist, and leader who powerfully embodied Fuller’s commitment to the integration of psychology and theology,” said Richard J. Mouw, former president of Fuller. “He was passionate about inspiring students to…

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Robert P. Meye, dean emeritus and professor emeritus of New Testament interpretation at Fuller, passed away in the afternoon of Sunday, August 9, 2020. We are grieved to lose this brother in Christ and father of our colleague Marianne Meye Thompson, but grateful to have known him and been witnesses to his indomitable, Christlike life.…

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In 2019, the Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity awarded three grants to encourage faculty engagement and research in inclusion and equity. The awards were given in two categories: Enrichment Grants, and Resource Grant. Due to COVID-19, the planned travel was not possible; however, one report was submitted on what was learned and accomplished with the award. Resource…

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For much of our 73-year history, a distinguishing factor of the Fuller experience has been the global representation that comprises our student body and the richness this brings to our classrooms and our lives. Each year we welcome students from countries across the globe as they commence their educational journey with the Fuller community. These…

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Fuller is grateful for today’s Supreme Court ruling protecting the DACA program and its future and providing greater protection  for DACA recipients. They are indispensable members of our communities as friends, neighbors, teachers, doctors, therapists, lawyers, and students—in addition to the 30,000 DACA recipients who are healthcare workers currently in the fight against COVID-19. Though today’s…

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Fuller, in the strongest of terms, denounces the senseless, brutal killing of George Floyd and the countless instances of abuse and othering of black and brown bodies in a long line of systemic injustice. We have, over the past few months, seen again this rhythm of violence. There is a temptation to view these occasions…

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Michael Hardin has been appointed professor of marriage and family therapy in the School of Psychology. Previously, Michael had served as department chair and professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Family Studies program at Lubbock Christian University in Lubbock, Texas. He received both his MS and PhD from Texas Tech University. Michael and…

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Janette Ok will begin as associate professor of New Testament this fall. She has served on the faculty at Azusa Pacific Seminary for the past five years and brings to Fuller her experience in teaching biblical studies and coteaching integrative courses such as The Bible and Preaching. Her diverse interdisciplinary interests include the formation of…

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