Title Author
Anastasia Dragan To Begin WCC Internship Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
UTS Alum Speaks at Parliament of the World’s Religions Contributed by Michael Mickler
UTS Grad Appointed National Church Leader in Kenya Contributed by Michael Mickler
Three UTS Winners in International Thesis Competition Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
In Remembrance, Rev. Dr. Lonnie McLeod Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
In Memoriam Rev. Dr. Lonnie McLeod, Jr. 1948-2009 Contributed by Dr. Kathy Winings
UTS Grad Completes CPE Residency Contributed by Rev. Kenji Toyomura
UTS Alumnus Publishes New Book In Korea Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
Alumni Reflection: UTS and High School Leadership Contributed by Richard Moore
Expanding Ministry into Public Service Contributed by Rev. Mike Yakawich
New Class Begins Journey Toward Doctorate Contributed by Bill Selig (UTS '81)
UTS College Prep & SAT Intensive wraps at UTS Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
UTS Accreditation Re-affirmed Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
ICRD Founder's Address to Interfaith Audience Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
Seminary Graduate Begins Peacebuilding Career Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
President's Report to UTS Alumni Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
UTS Launches New Online Course Program Contributed by Kathy Winings
UTS Celebrates 33rd Annual Commencement Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
Seminary Student publishes New Book Contributed by Abdelmoumin Ibrahim Ahmed
First Doctor of Ministry Degree Granted at UTS Contributed by Kathy Winings
New Students Begin Spring Term at Barrytown Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
Alumni Reflection: "A Simple Way to Develop the Seminary" Contributed by a seminarian from the UTS M.Div. class of '82
Regional Director of 'Service For Peace' in Africa visits UTS Contributed by Philbert Seka
New Director of Interfaith Development Embarks on Recruitment Trip Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks
Dr. Joon Ho Seuk Visits UTS Contributed by Tyler Owen Hendricks

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