Explore the intersection of faith, spiritual identity, and gender in this interview with Dr. Mahjabeen Dhala, Chair of the Women’s Studies in religion (WSR) program at the GTU as she
In this poignant and inspirational interview with GTUx Connect, Dr. Iyad Abumoghli discusses the ways in which faith-based organizations can be conduits for positive environmental change, humanity’s interconnectedness with the
Today in the light of ecological crisis and exploitation of land, we find that the indigenous people who live closely to the soil are the worst affected community among many.
Through the generous support of the Taube Family Foundation, GTUx is proud to present the Jewish Life and Culture Collection, a thought-provoking compilation of insights and perspectives curated in partnership
We know that the gap between rich and poor is growing. We see it in our communities, our nations, and in the world at large. And it is clear who
“I like to think of community organizing as a sacred task,” Dr. Valerie Miles-Tribble says in her interview for her latest installment of GTUx’s Spiritual Care and Ethical Leadership lecture
At the time the war began I was studying at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley. The array of emotions that overcame me when I first learned about the
Dr. Jennifer W. Davidson, Dean and John Dillenberger Professor of Theology at the GTU, joins other GTU professors, students, staff, and alumni in GTUx’s Spiritual Care and Ethical Leadership for