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
The following Spring 2018 courses are recommended for students enrolled in the Women's Studies in Religion certificate program. Note that courses not on this list can also be counted toward the certificate if the final paper/project relates to themes connected to women/gender.
The governing body of the GTU is its Board of Trustees, responsible for the academic graduate programs offered by the GTU as an accredited institution. The Board of Trustees includes representation from the community, GTU member schools, and faculty. The decisions of the Board of Trustees are implemented by the President of the GTU as it Chief Executive Officer.