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CDSP Awarded Grant for Intercultural Competency Work

In January, CDSP faculty and administrators undertook a two-day training to strengthen their ability to work in intercultural settings. Using a tool called the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), they assessed their own intercultural competence and developed goals and plans for building intercultural skills. Now, thanks to a $30,000 grant from the Wabash Center for Teaching and…

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Faculty, Administrators Build Intercultural Skills

In the brief respite between this month’s intersession, when 28 low-residence M.Div. students came to campus, and the start of the spring semester, CDSP’s leaders gathered on campus for two-and-a-half days to strengthen their ability to work in intercultural settings. The ten-member group included eight faculty members, including the Very Rev. Dr. Mark Richardson, president…

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CDSP Awarded Becoming Beloved Community Grant

Church Divinity School of the Pacific has been awarded a 2019 Becoming Beloved Community grant by the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church. The $3,500 award will support the faculty’s continuing work to build intercultural competence and dismantle racism. “The faculty began working to deepen our intercultural competence in 2017,” said Academic Dean Ruth Meyers….

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The Year Ahead: A Conversation with Academic Dean Ruth Meyers

Just before CDSP’s academic year for residential students began on September 4, Academic Dean Ruth Meyers paused to reflect on last June’s summer intensive and what the year ahead will bring. This year marked the eighth summer intensive at CDSP. How did it go? This summer was the first time that we had a full…

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