Federal law requires employees of the GTU who have a “significant responsibility for student and campus activity” to report crimes, even if the victim does not wish to be identified. This requirement includes faculty, student advisors, and any staff member directing student activities. GTU employees can use the attached form to report crimes. The competed form should be turned in to the Chief Operating Officer.
In this Issue:COVER STORYBeauty that Empowers by Suzanne E. Miller
FEATURESLetter from the PresidentThe GTU Creates a Doctoral Program for the 21st Century by Arthur Holder
The GTU Honors Judith Berling by Emily Wu
My Mentor, My Teacher, Judith Berling by Sophia Park
From Mosques to Museums by Doug Davidson
The GTU Celebrates the Center of Swedenborgian Studies by James Lawrence
Students must be in a degree program to cross-register for a UCB course. For further information, see the GTU/UCB Cross-registration agreement.
If you encounter problems or questions in the process, please contact John Seal, GTU Consortial Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UCB Course Schedule
Deadlines & Important Dates
The Friday of the first week of the semester at noon is the deadline for filing the Cross Registration form in the GTU Consortial Registrar’s Office. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to this deadline.
Over time the Graduate Theological Union and UC Berkeley have confirmed their relationship by developing two programs for cross-registration that reflect the mutual respect which they have for each other and that create extensive opportunities for the exchange of ideas, enriching both the UCB students and the students in the GTU community.
The Cooperative Program is limited to GTU PhD students who have been approved by the Graduate Division at UCB for course work only.
The Casual Program is open to all degree students in the GTU community and to all students at UCB in the Graduate...