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A Theological Approach to Sustainability

2014-01-29T08:15:10-04:00January 28th, 2014|Categories: CEES, Stewardship|Tags: , , |

When thinking about theological education, sustainability might not be the first word that comes to mind. The Wake Forest Divinity School, however, is currently adopting some changes that will influence sustainability learning outcomes for their students. At the end of the spring 2013 semester, a group of Divinity School faculty participated in a retreat centered around [...]

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Forward on Climate:There is No Plan[et] B

2013-12-12T16:23:01-04:00February 26th, 2013|Categories: Get Involved - Students, Home Stories|Tags: , , |

Obscenely early on Sunday morning I joined eleven sleepy Deacons in a van headed to the Forward on Climate rally in Washington, DC. Five and a half hours later we arrived at a DC Metro station and boarded a train bound for the National Mall where our meager dozen joined the nearly 40,000 people gathered in [...]

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Faces of Sustainability: Nathan Peifer

2013-01-09T14:59:28-04:00August 13th, 2012|Categories: Campus Garden, Faces of Sustainability, Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Stewardship|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Photo courtesy of Nathan Peifer Nathan Peifer is a competent and capable person; that’s why it was extremely disconcerting when, one year ago, he realized, in the most basic way, he did not know how to feed himself.  Thus began Nathan’s study of gardening, a journey of self-directed learning he describes as “chasing ignorance.”  [...]

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Faces of Sustainability: Gail O’Day

2012-06-27T05:12:53-04:00March 20th, 2012|Categories: Faces of Sustainability, Home Stories, Stewardship|Tags: , , , |

Dean Gail O’Day spends her days at the Divinity School helping her students help others. Whether they are growing food in the campus garden to distribute to those in need or volunteering with Kids Café (a program of Second Harvest Food Bank), O’Day’s job is to make sure students have the resources they need to be [...]

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