The Beloved Community Scholarship deadline has been extended to June 1. The scholarship is open to newly admitted and current students. This program is facilitated by the Contextual Learning office and helps develop Christian public leaders who form and lead communities with prophetic imagination around issues of social, climate, economic, and racial justice concerns for all people. Participants in this program will demonstrate an unflinching commitment to understanding theology, praxis, and the intersectionality of race and culture and will commit to all Beloved Community Scholars activities and a 10-hour-per-week contextual site placement. For more details and to apply, visit the Beloved Community Scholarship section of our Distinguished Scholarships page. If you have any questions, contact Dave Scherer at firstname.lastname@example.org.