Divinity School Organization that facilitates community and fellowship through a bi-weekly happy hour.
ESJ seeks to empower students in the divinity school community to think and act theologically as well as ethically about environmental issues
The main purpose of this organization will be to foster a community, visibly represent, and be a voice for the International Students at Vanderbilt University Divinity School and The Graduate Department of Religion.
To harness and encourage the plurality and diversity of Latinx identifying persons and their experiences.
Marginalia aspires to heed a prophet's exhortation to "defend the rights of the poor and needy," focusing on issues of homelessness and incarceration.
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GABLE is for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and other community members who are concerned about LGBTQIA issues, particularly in relation to faith communities.
The Office of Women's Concerns at Vanderbilt Divinity School is committed to encouraging, celebrating and bringing together women from any and all religious traditions through cultural, social, educational, and justice/empowerment-oriented endeavors.
POIESIS exists to provide space for student creativity. POIESIS seeks to allow students the opportunity for artistic growth, expression, and incorporation within their degree program at VDS.
The Society of St. Cornelius is a group of people who are associated with Vanderbilt Divinity School (students, faculty, and staff) who share a passion and/or interest in high liturgical traditions.