Alumni Relations
 

Alumni/ae Relations

Welcome!


Welcome to Union’s Alumni/ae corner—a place to come back home, visit, explore and find the resources you need to continue doing the groundbreaking work of ministry for which Union Theological Seminary is historically known.

Union Theological Seminary has an unparalleled history. The Union alumni/ae network consists of more than 7,470 alumni/ae worldwide—4,050 of whom reside in the U.S. beyond the New York Tri-State area. And more than 730 alumni/ae serve outside of the United States.

And these numbers are growing! Our alumni/ae continue the distinguished legacy of faithful action, truth and justice seeking that make Union Theological Seminary what it is. We invite you to remain connected, become involved with what Union is today and to let us know where your life’s work may lead. We want to hear from you!

Please feel free to contact the Office of Alumni/ae Affairs at 212-280-1590.

Features

"Is Islam a Religion?" Panel

Watch the Livestream Here>>

 

Islamophobic and anti-Muslim public discourse centers on a number of common themes, including the ideas that Islam is not a religion, that Islam is opposed to democracy and diversity, and that Islam is inherently violent. These themes not only prompt diverse public responses; they also raise important questions about the manner in which we teach about Islam specifically and religion in general. 

 

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