In the Spring 2019 issue of Skylight, you'll meet two Newhall student scholars who are bringing an interreligious approach to Women's Studies at the GTU, read a profile of alum of the year Greg Sterling, and learn about our innovative Sustainability 360 Initiative. Plus, find out about a new GTU journal and an upcoming sacred music festival, and get news updates from our centers, schools, and art galleries. (Download a PDF of the full issue, or see individual article files below.)
In this issue of our GTU magazine Skylight (formerly Currents), our lead feature spotlights the Center for Jewish Studies as it completes 50 years of innovative scholarship and community building. You'll also find articles from GTU faculty and students discussing the key role of teaching and religion in creating an equitable and ecological future, a loving tribute to soon-to-retire GTU President Riess Potterveld, a celebration of GTU's women scholars and its alumna of the year, and much more. Click the link below to read the Spring 2018 online edition of Skylight.
Skylight is mailed twice a year to GTU alumni, donors, faculty, and students.
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