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Announcing the Redesigned MA in Intercultural Studies

Fuller Seminary is pleased to announce a new curriculum for the MA in Intercultural Studies (MAICS) degree in the School of Mission and Theology. Prompted by the guiding values of Fuller’s strategic plan, FULLER NEXT, the MAICS program has been rebuilt to maximize students’ training and formation as leaders for a new era in the…

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Announcing the Redesigned MA in Theology

Fuller Seminary is pleased to announce a new curriculum for the MA in Theology (MAT) degree in the School of Mission and Theology. Prompted by the guiding values of Fuller’s strategic plan, FULLER NEXT, the MAT program has been rebuilt to maximize students’ training and formation as leaders for a new era in the church…

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Announcing the Redesigned MA in Theology and Ministry

Fuller Seminary is pleased to announce a new curriculum for the MA in Theology and Ministry (MATM) degree in the School of Mission and Theology. Prompted by the guiding values of Fuller’s strategic plan, FULLER NEXT, the MATM program has been rebuilt to maximize students’ training and formation as leaders for a new era in…

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Remembering the Atlanta Spa Shootings

To Fuller and the broader Christian community, One year has passed since eight people, six of whom were Asian American women, were murdered in the Atlanta spa shootings. However, the bigger picture shows that from the beginning of the pandemic to the end of last year, nearly 11,000 hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific…

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A Call to Prayer for Ukraine

Tragically, human beings are inclined toward war. We see it again vividly and tragically unfolding in Ukraine now that Russia has begun its anticipated invasion. We remember all in the wider Fuller community whose own lives, or those of family and friends, are affected by this war in Ukraine. May we join together to pray…

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Fuller Seminary’s “2021 Year in Review” Report

  Fuller Seminary released today its 2021 Year in Review, a new report providing seminary highlights from the past year. Included in this review are Fuller’s new and refreshed degrees, updates from the School of Mission and Theology and the School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy, enrollment numbers, reports from Fuller’s centers and…

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Fuller Seminary Receives Grant for Muslim-Christian Research

Fuller Seminary is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from the Templeton Religion Trust to conduct research into Muslim and Christian approaches to deep political and religious difference. Matthew Kaemingk and Shadi Hamid will lead the project within Fuller’s newly-established Mouw Institute of Faith and Public Life. Shadi Hamid, a senior fellow…

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Fuller Forms a Presidential Transition Discernment Team

  Fuller announced today the members of the Transition Discernment Team that will lead the search for a final candidate to succeed Mark Labberton as Fuller’s next president. The team consists of Fuller trustees, faculty, and staff, as well as a student representative. Transition Discernment Team Chair Santiago “Jimmy” Mellado – President and CEO, Compassion…

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Fuller Seminary Begins Presidential Transition

Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, announced today the beginning of a presidential search and transition process that will culminate by June 2023. Dr. Labberton became Fuller Seminary’s fifth president in 2013, after four years as Fuller’s Lloyd John Ogilvie Associate Professor of Preaching and Director of the Ogilvie Institute of Preaching. “I am so…

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Letter from the President: Fuller Seminary Begins Presidential Transition

Beloved Fuller Community, I want to be the first to share some important news with you. After a season of prayer and reflection, personally and with our Board of Trustees, I believe the time is right for me to begin a presidential transition process. This journey would begin now and extend up to two years,…

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