CSS has trained scholars and clergy since 1866 and is today the official seminary of the Swedenborgian Church of North America, also offering New Religious Movements, Western esotericism, and mysticism studies.
The GTU is pleased to announce the selection of Rabbi Daniel L. Lehmann as the eighth president in the school’s fifty-six-year history. Rabbi Lehmann comes to the GTU from Hebrew College in Newton, Massachusetts, where he served as president and professor of pluralism and Jewish education. Lehmann will begin his term as GTU president on August 1, 2018
The GTU is actively engaged in a search for the school’s next president and will continue to accept applications from interested candidates through March 1, 2018. We are seeking an innovative and collaborative leader whose compelling vision can inspire and unite this dynamic interreligious institution. The presidential search committee is encouraging the entire GTU community to invite qualified candidates to apply for this position.
One of my disciplines as president of the GTU is to scan the thick magazines published by universities, colleges, and theological schools to monitor the evolution of education. There are an incredible number of stories about students, faculty, and whole academic fields seeking to impact specific global issues.