Undergraduate alumnus Joe Vignone
(Theology, FCLC 2011) has been accepted into Harvard's PhD program in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations with a generous statement of financial support. Joe will receive his MA from Harvard this spring.
Alumna Kathryn Lilla Cox
(PhD 2007, ethics) received tenure and was promoted to Associate Professor at Saint John’s University, Collegeville, MN.
PhD alumnus Jukka Kääriäinen
's book, Mission Shaped by Promise: Lutheran Missiology Confronts the Challenge of Religious Pluralism
, has been published by Wipf and Stock (American Society of Missiology Scholarly Monograph Series).
Adjunct faculty member and 2011 PhD graduate Joel Warden
gave a paper titled “The Common Good as Link between Civil and Religious Notions of Medical Practice" at a conference called "Religion, Civil Religion and the Common Good" in London, England, from June 20-21, sponsored by London Metropolitan University.
(Ph.D., 2010) accepted a full time tenure track faculty position in the Dept. of Religious Studies at St. Joseph's College in Patchogue, Long Island.
(Ph.D., 2004) has been tenured at Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University. She recently published the essay "Encuentro con el Jesús Sato: An Evangélica Soter-ology," in Jesus in the Hispanic Community: Images of Christ from Theology to Popular Religion, edited by Harold Recinos and Hugo Magallanes (Westminster: JohnKnox, 2010), pp. 74-91.
(Ph.D.) (Seton Hall University) is publishing The Cross and the Covenant: An Anti-Marcionite Theology of Religionswith Crossroad Books in Fall, 2011.
(B.A., 2009) has begun graduate studies at the University of Manchester, England in the Medieval Studies MA program with a focus on gender and sexuality studies.
David De La Fuente
(B.A., 2010) started the MA program in Theology at Boston College.
Fordham theology alumna Natalia Imperatori-Lee
(FC '98) recently received tenure in the Religious Studies Department of Manhattan College (Riverdale, NY).
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