Today (Monday, Oct, 29) at 4:30, the GTU community will is invited to gather for prayer, remembrance, and solidarity with the Jewish community in the aftermath of the horrific attack at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this past Saturday. The brief interfaith prayer service will be held on the steps of the chapel at Pacific School of Religion (1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley).
Please join the Center for Islamic Studies and the Center for Jewish Studies for this Madrasa-Midrasha event featuring Rabbi Chai Levy of Congregation Netivot Shalom and Mahjabeen Dhala of the GTU's Center for Islamic Studies.
The student services offices of the GTU consortium are hosting this welcoming reception for students, faculty, and staff of color, and international students, faculty, and staff. Come celebrate the beginning of the academic year and a new journey with our diverse community.
Thursday, May 17th 2018, 7:00pm to Friday, May 18th 2018, 9:00pm
Join ABSW for two nights of interreligious reflection on themes of Sacrifice (May 17) and Mercy (May 18). Featured speakers from the GTU include Deena Aranoff, Mahjabeen Dhala, Rita Sherma, Cogen Bohanic, and LeAnn Snow Flesher. Lectures begin each evening at 7 pm.
CIS is pleased to announce that Carol Bier, Historian of Islamic Art and CIS Research Scholar, will be presenting a lecture at the Hillside Club in Berkeley (2286 Cedar Street) on Impressions of Uzbekistan: From Remnants of the Old Silk Road to Seismic Modernism.