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Celebrating Faculty Promotions

Celebrating Faculty Promotions

Interim Dean Kelsey says, "The accomplishments of each of these two scholars are significant and enlarge the worldview and capacities of their students, colleagues, and readers. It is a privilege to be part of a community of learning and research with them!"Dr....

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Celebration of a New Era of Leadership: An Artistic Evening

Celebration of a New Era of Leadership: An Artistic Evening

A Celebration of a New Era: The Installation of Rev. Dr. Lee H. Butler, Jr. Iliff School of Theology celebrates The Rev. Dr. Lee H. Butler, Jr. as Iliff's 17th President. To commemorate this momentous occasion, Iliff has organized two nights of festive, celebratory...

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Women’s History Month 2024

Women’s History Month 2024

Happy Women’s History Month!  This month, we focus our national attention on women’s stories, contributions, and struggles by calling the names of the women who have been change agents.  We celebrate, commemorate, learn about, and learn from the scholarship and lived...

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African American History and Heritage Month

African American History and Heritage Month

Welcome to African American History and Heritage Month! Better known as Black History Month, this month of national celebration was established in 1926 as “Negro History Week” by historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Woodson earned his PhD from Harvard University in 1912....

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President Butler Reflects on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

President Butler Reflects on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day: A Brief Reflection October 9, 2023 President Lee H. Butler, Jr., PhD “In 1492, Columbus sailed the Ocean blue.” This was the poetic statement I was taught as a child to incline me to celebrate the “discovery” of America. Accompanying that, I...

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Statement from President Butler: The Hamas and Israel War

Statement from President Butler: The Hamas and Israel War

Our hearts are being rent with almost unbearable pain from seeing the newsfeeds reporting the devastation within the land that has been described as “holy” and “promised.” The pathways of peace have never been clearly marked in the land beyond the Red Sea. The...

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2023 Everding Lecturer – Jasmin Zine

2023 Everding Lecturer – Jasmin Zine

2023 Everding Lecturer - Jasmin ZineWe are pleased to announce that Dr. Jasmin Zine is the 2023 Everding Distinguished Lecturer. Dr. Zine is Professor of Sociology & Religion & Culture (Muslim Studies) at Wilfrid Laurier University, in Ontario, Canada. She is...

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