As a community, we are united in the desire to create an inclusive atmosphere where diversity flourishes in all its forms. We seek to foster a just community that embraces differences—both here and in the world.
The Shaw Chaplaincy Institute for Spiritual Care and Compassionate Leadership is a multicultural, interpersonal, and interfaith education program that provides opportunities for the intellectual development of religious leaders, spiritual care clinicians, health care professionals, and others.
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SFTS master's students can study world religions and faith traditions with over 200 faculty in mainline Protestantism and Catholicism, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Jainism, as well as interdisciplinary topics such as art and religion or theology and science.
Throughout the ceremony, verses of Scripture were read, prayers were delivered, hymns were sung, and students received a variety of honors.
Married 46 years, Tae Yong Pak ’22 (M.Div.) and Young Oak Pak ’22 (D.A.S.D.) embark on a second career as they return to South Korea, their home country.
For Neddy Yong ’23, family and spirituality are closely linked.