With the goal to equip Christians to faithfully engage their vocations in health care, Duke Divinity School has announced the creation of a new fellowship program open to students and practitioners in health professions.
Dr. Farr Curlin, a long-time friend of Siloam and a regular speaker at the Christian Community Health Fellowship conferences, is leading this initiative and we invite you to consider their announcement below:
Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellowship Announced
The Theology, Medicine, and Culture (TMC) initiative at Duke Divinity School is pleased to announce the creation of a new fellowship program for Fall 2015.
We invite students and practitioners in health professions, as well as others with full-time vocations to health-related contexts, to participate in a program of theological formation that will equip them for faithful, disciplined, and creative engagement with contemporary practices of health care.
TMC Fellows will study in one of the residential master’s degree programs of Duke Divinity School (MACS, MTS, MDiv, ThM), and will combine this academic study with structured mentorship, retreats and seminars, and church and community-based practica. Through special grant support, the Fellowship will offer students tuition grants of at least 50 percent for the first year of study with additional scholarship support available on a competitive basis.
Current applicants to any of the degree programs at Duke Divinity School are eligible for the fellowship. To apply, please:
1.) Indicate your interest in the fellowship in the personal statement that is submitted with the degree program application
2.) Submit a separate 1-2 page Statement of Interest in the fellowship to DukeTMC@div.duke.edu.
The applications for this fellowship will be considered on a rolling basis. We strongly encourage applications be submitted by March 1. For more information please see: http://sites.duke.edu/tmcfellowship/
Our vision is that the TMC Fellowship will equip the Church’s ministers and its healers with an imagination for faithfully engaging their vocations with respect to health and medicine—that they would be salt and light in the varied contexts and communities they inhabit.
For more information about the TMC initiative, see http://divinity.duke.edu/tmc