In a series of TED-style Scot Talks taking place on Homecoming and Family Weekend, listeners received their fair share of surprising metaphors from Matt Doll, Sharon Ketcham and Sean Clark.
For 20 years, artists Bruce Herman and Bryn Gillette ’02 have been pursuing the perennial question they discussed in their very first meeting: What does it mean to be a Christian who is an artist?
Over the course of three years, Kaye Cook (psychology) and Si-Hua Chang ’16 created ways to code qualitative research on topics ranging from how the Church has changed to whether women should be ordained to national laws that potentially undermine church practice.
“What does it mean for us to provide care that’s different,” muses Dr. Sean Clark ’88 (kinesiology), center and research director for the CBMW, “that’s compassionate, that shows Christ’s love in the moment?”
Over a decade of conversations, including during a sojourn in Italy, John Skillen and Bruce Herman thoughtfully gave shape to an innovative study abroad program, which piloted in 1998 in the small, historic Italian hill-city of Orvieto.