Dr. Munir Jiwa speaks about our times as "a rare global life-affirming moment to think more about our shared humanity, the environment that begs us to change our destructive ways, and to address and heal the inequalities, inequities, and injustices that stare us in the face."
For Dr. Rita Sherma and Dr. Devin Zuber, "This current great disruption has pushed us, like many others, to return to our roots, and to reengage, reread the texts we love that have so formatively shaped us."
Dr. Kathryn Barush reflects, “For those of us who are restless wanderers, travelers, and pilgrims, the call to practice self-isolation to limit the spread of COVID-19 has been a challenging adjustment. But the ancient practice of tracing a labyrinth can help us find a place of solace and rest.”
A conversation with the GTU's Director of Digital Learning, Diandra Erickson, who reflects on online learning opportunities at the GTU, including our new Interreligious Studies Certificate--the first fully online program at the GTU.