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Bridwell Library Announces The 2015 Helen Warren DeGolyer American Bookbinding Awards
Competition winners were announced June 5, 2015, at the opening of the Helen Warren DeGolyer Exhibition for American Bookbinding. The exhibition will remain open to the public at Bridwell Library through July 17.

Perkins Names Dr. Paul Barton as New Director
Beginning July 1, Dr. Barton will be the new Director of the Mexican American and Hispanic-Latino/a Church Ministries Program and Regional Course of Study School.

Dr. Ruben L.F. Habito, Professor of World Religions and Spirituality, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University SMUProfessor Ruben L.F. Habito Elected to American Theological Society
Dr. Habito, Professor of World Religions and Spirituality, was elected during the Society’s recent annual meeting at Princeton Theological Seminary.

Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University SMUCommencement 2015 Schedule: Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe is Guest Preacher
2015 Graduation-related Activities Include Guest Preacher Susan Henry Crowe, General Secretary, UMC General Board of Discipleship.

First Five African American Graduates - Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University SMU - Bridwell Library Exhibition Sixtieth 60th Anniversary - thumbnailBridwell Library Exhibition Highlights First Five African-American Graduates of Perkins/SMU
A Bridwell Library sixtieth anniversay exhibition highlights the distinguished accomplishments of the first five African-Americans to graduate from SMU’s Perkins School of Theology on May 30, 1955: A. Cecil Williams, James V. Lyles, James A. Hawkins, John W. Elliott, and Negail R. Riley.


Perkins School of Theology

Read the fall 2014 issue of Perspective, the alumni/ae magazine of Perkins School of Theology:  “Telling the Perkins Story”

:: Dean Lawrence in the News

:: Perkins in the News – Media Coverage and Web Updates

:: Perspective Magazine

:: Current Issue of Weekly Perkins News (Internal student newsletter from the Office of Community Life)

:: Academic Calendar for Perkins School of Theology


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