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Fuller Seminary Kicks Off Year of Celebrations for 75th Anniversary

For 75 years, Fuller Seminary has been a center for innovative theological training and world-class scholarship, and a leading voice in the evangelical movement. Fuller plans to celebrate this milestone anniversary, centered on the theme “Faithfully Forward,” throughout the 2022–2023 academic year. This winter, a community-wide, in-person event will take place on Fuller’s campus in…

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Fuller Seminary Names David Emmanuel Goatley as Sixth President

David Emmanuel Goatley, an accomplished theologian, missiologist, and academic administrator, has been named the sixth president of Fuller Seminary. On January 3, 2023, Dr. Goatley will become Fuller’s first Black president and the first to have led a major global missions agency. He will succeed Mark Labberton, who announced this planned transition in October 2021….

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Fuller Welcomes David C. Wang as Cliff and Joyce Penner Chair for the Formation of Emotionally Healthy Leaders

The School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy welcomes David C. Wang as the Cliff and Joyce Penner Chair for the Formation of Emotionally Healthy Leaders. In this role, his academic and applied work focuses on the holistic formation of Christian leaders, inclusive of the formation of emotional health and resilience alongside the leader’s…

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Fuller Welcomes Melissa Symington as Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy

The School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy welcomes Melissa Symington as assistant professor of marriage and family therapy. Dr. Symington earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology and her MA in Theology from Fuller in 2004. In addition, she holds an MA in Philosophy from Claremont Graduate University and a BA in Psychology and…

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Fuller Welcomes Katherine Jazyk-Larson as Assistant Professor of the Practice of Clinical Psychology

The School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy welcomes Katherine Jazyk-Larson as assistant professor of the practice of clinical psychology. Building on her four years of experience as a clinical supervisor at Fuller Psychological and Family Services, Dr. Jazyk-Larson will continue to teach courses for SoPMFT in a variety of areas. In her new…

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Fuller Welcomes Jessica ChenFeng as Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy

The School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy welcomes Jessica ChenFeng as an associate professor of marriage and family therapy for the Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy (DMFT) program. She brings years of MFT teaching, research, and supervision experience, as well as clinical and consulting experience across ministry, community, and medical contexts. Dr….

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Kutter Callaway Named William K. Brehm Associate Professor of Worship, Theology, and the Arts, and Associate Dean for CATS

The faculty of the School of Mission and Theology has enthusiastically supported the nomination of their colleagues on the Faculty Development Committee to promote Kutter Callaway, associate professor of theology and the arts, to the vacant William K. Brehm Chair of Worship, Theology, and the Arts, as they also welcome him as the new associate…

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Fuller Welcomes Ping-Cheung Lo as Academic Dean of the Chinese Studies Center

The School of Mission and Theology welcomes Ping-Cheung “PC” Lo, a renowned scholar of Christian ethics and Chinese philosophy, as the first person appointed to the Dean and Rebecca Stephan Chair in Chinese Studies and the first academic dean of the Chinese Studies Center, the newest of Fuller’s five ethnic centers. Dr. Lo holds two…

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Fuller Welcomes Jaclyn Williams as Instructor in the Practice of Preaching and Chaplaincy

The School of Mission and Theology welcomes Jaclyn Williams as instructor in the practice of preaching and chaplaincy. Ms. Williams has served as an adjunct instructor in preaching at Fuller since 2014. Upon successful completion of the viva voce for her PhD in Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham (UK), she is excited…

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Fuller Welcomes Mary Glenn as Assistant Professor of the Practice of Chaplaincy and Community Development

The School of Mission and Theology welcomes Mary Glenn as assistant professor of the practice of chaplaincy and community development. Prior to joining the faculty full-time, Dr. Glenn served as an affiliate faculty member for over a decade, beginning in the former School of Intercultural Studies. Through her work as a pastor, chaplain, and educator,…

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