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DMin in Leadership for Social Transformation Virtual Information Session

November 18, 2021 | 6 p.m. (CST) | Zoom

Join Rev. Dr. Mai-Anh Le Tran, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean, for a virtual information session launching our new Doctor of Ministry (DMin) in Leadership for Social Transformation degree. Come learn about this exciting new DMin track and bring your questions!

November 18, 2021


About the DMin in Leadership for Social Transformation

The DMin in Leadership for Social Transformation draws together practitioners from across a diversity of vocational ministry contexts who share a commitment to rethinking and advancing religious leadership in the public square. This cohort equips faith leaders to understand social movements and religious movements as partners, building skills for mobilizing faith communities in their response to systemic injustices in specific situations and contexts, including such concerns as racism, migration, climate change, gender justice, social justice advocacy, and decolonial leadership. 

DMin in Leadership for Social Transformation students are religious professionals who devote time to honing their knowledge, competencies, research, and interdisciplinary skillsets to broaden their leadership frameworks and styles for change-making work. In this new DMin track, leadership will not mean only one thing: local pastors will learn alongside chaplains, community organizers next to counselors and non-profit leaders. These diverse callings, alongside the rich diversity of our faculty and student body, reflect the future of the church and a deeply collaborative approach to DMin studies at Garrett. The invitation is to imagine and equip oneself to lead communities in new and transformative ways.