Emmanuel School of Religion to Hold Commencement Ceremony
Emmanuel School of Religion will confer degrees upon its graduates on Sunday, May 23, 2010, at 3 p.m. in Seeger Memorial Chapel on the campus of Milligan College.
Eighteen students make up this year’s graduating class. Among those graduating, one will receive a Master of Arts in Religion, 16 will receive a Master of Divinity, and one will receive a Doctor of Ministry. The class is made up of
students from across the United States and three international students from Brazil and Zimbabwe. After leaving Emmanuel, the graduates will be serving in a variety of ministries as congregational ministers, counselors, campus ministers,
teachers, chaplains, and missionaries, as well as those who will be pursuing doctoral studies.
This year’s commencement speaker is Dr. Robert F. Hull, Jr., Professor of New Testament at Emmanuel School of Religion. Dr. Hull has taught New Testament and Greek at Emmanuel since 1977, and he served as the School’s Academic Dean from
1989-1992 and 2002-2008. In addition to his academic career, Dr. Hull has served in ministry with churches in Kentucky, Maryland, and Tennessee. On May 31, 2010, Dr. Hull will retire after 33 years of service at Emmanuel.
Last year's graduation commencement,
in Seeger Memorial Chapel.