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Expert in Old Testament speaks to drawing on the past to live into the future

Rev. Jon L. Berquist, a visiting professor of Old Testament at San Francisco Theological Seminary, addresses worship and pastoral care in a time of pandemic, how faith communities can look to the past to handle the future, and the ways churches can strive to meet the needs of the communities within which they exist.

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U of R unites against racism

“The historic support across our University community and the collaborative effort to craft the statement represents our collective acknowledgment of painful experiences of so many, but also our commitment to positive change,” write Professor and Coach Suzette Soboti, chair of the Faculty Assembly, and Mario Martinez, Naslund Endowed Dean of the School of Education.

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School of Business offers new master’s degree in business analytics

“The modern business world needs professionals with the skills to gather, analyze, and make data-driven decisions that drive corporate strategy and execution,” said Thomas Horan, who is the H. Jess and Donna Colton Senecal Dean of the School of Business.

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Mario Martinez appointed next School of Education dean

"I look forward to collaborating with faculty as we build on our strong foundation and continue serving our community and students to achieve greater equity and opportunity at all levels of education," writes Mario Martinez, the new Robert A. & Mildred Peronia Naslund Endowed Dean of the School of Education.

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San Manuel Band of Mission Indians awards $5.9 million to support Native Student Programs

“Our program efforts at the University of Redlands are a critical step for ensuring that Native American students have access to quality education and experiences with which they can assist their communities to grow and prosper,” said San Manuel Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena.

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