Alumni/ae News

Two CST Students Chosen to Attend National Gathering

Students Cathy Love and Mateo Mamea were chosen to represent CST at the National Council of Churches’ Christian Unity Gathering in Virginia next month. Mateo says he is most excited about seeing people of faith coming together, while Cathy sees this as an opportunity to continue the fight against systemic racism—a fight she has been [...]

2019-09-23T22:23:35+00:00September 12th, 2019|Alumni/ae News, Student Stories|0 Comments

CST Alumnae Collaborate with President Kuan

“The United Methodist Church has a bright future with young theologians like Emily Nelms Chastain and Erin Grasse!” said President Kuan on his Facebook page. Erin, Emily, and President Kuan recently collaborated to write an article titled “The Multifaceted Nature of Progressive Theology,” for Emerging. Regarding the division within The United Methodist Church, the article [...]

2019-09-23T16:59:17+00:00September 12th, 2019|Alumni/ae News, News|0 Comments

CST Students and Alumni/ae Excel

CST students and alumni/ae continue to be recognized for their scholarship and potential. Congratulations to four of our Ph.D. students on their honors: Aizaiah Yong and Saul Barcelo received 2019-20 HTI/Lilly Dissertation Fellowships, Jessica Chapman received an FTE Fellowship Award, and Clemette Haskins was a selected participant in the Wabash Teaching Seminar for Doctoral Students. [...]

2019-07-24T16:28:27+00:00July 24th, 2019|Alumni/ae News, News, Student Stories|0 Comments

Congratulations to CST’s Largest and Most Diverse Class in History

Congratulations to CST’s largest and most diverse class in the school’s history! We are proud of the love and justice each of our alumni/ae put in the world. Indeed, graduates of CST are the embodiment of hope in a world rife with division. Last May, 104 students representing thirteen different countries from across the globe [...]

2019-07-24T16:21:59+00:00July 24th, 2019|Alumni/ae News, News|0 Comments

CST Students Present at International Conference

Last spring, with the encouragement of Professor Deepak Shimkhada, four CST students – Jamie Mills, Fiona McMillan, Sundus Jaber, and Taylor Remington – presented at the South Asian Studies Association Conference (SASA) held in Claremont. SASA celebrates South Asia by bringing in scholars from around the world to present their work and art. This year’s [...]

2019-07-24T16:37:12+00:00July 24th, 2019|Alumni/ae News, News, Student Stories|0 Comments