How can we transform our pedagogies and draw on religious wisdom to respond to the perils of climate change and climate colonialism? Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda reflects on this critical question in this article adapted from her Excellence in Teaching Senior Faculty Lecture.
In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Center for Jewish Studies, Professor Naomi Seidman looks back at the key people and events that shaped the Center during its first half-century.
The GTU is celebrating Women’s History Month in March by highlighting the voices of GTU alumnae through our “Women’s Voices Campaign.” Beginning on International Women’s Day (Thursday, March 8) and extending through the month, we will feature a short quote from a different GTU alumna each weekday on our Facebook page—and we’ll compile all the quotes on the "Women's Voices Campaign" page of the GTU website. You’ll want to check back every day as these GTU graduates reflect on how their GTU experiences prepared them for the work they are now doing.