UD student educational experience second to none

  At the University of Divinity, we pride ourselves on the exceptional quality of our students’ learning experience. We are delighted to see this reflected in the 2017 Student Experience Survey, released on Wednesday 16 May 2018 by the federal government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT). The Student Experience Survey (SES) provides a national architecture for […]

Gazette May 2018

To view the latest University Gazette in pdf, issued 11 May 2018, please use this link: Gazette 2018-05-11

Research Day 2018

  Research students and staff of the University of Divinity are invited to join in a vibrant day exploring the outstanding research and scholarship amongst our community across theological disciplines. Staff and students will be inspired by presentations from over 40 of the University’s researchers, as well as opportunities to network and engage. This year, […]

2017 Annual Report

  The 2017 University of Divinity Annual Report was tabled in the Parliament of Victoria on Tuesday 1 May 2018 and is now available. Read the 2017 Annual Report Hard copies of the Annual Report may be provided on request to the reception staff at the Office of the Vice-Chancellor.

Leatherland Prize 2018

The University of Divinity and the Australian Academy of Liturgy (Victoria Chapter) invite submissions for the 2018 Leatherland Prize. ABOUT THE LEATHERLAND PRIZE The Leatherland Prize was established to honour the memory of the Reverend Dr Harold F Leatherland, a prominent Australian liturgical scholar. In 2018 the Prize consists of $1,000 to support scholarly engagement […]

Professor Mark Brett to become JBL General Editor in 2019

  The University of Divinity congratulates Professor Mark Brett on his appointment as General Editor of the Society of Biblical Literature’s Journal of Biblical Literature, effective 1 January 2019. About the appointment, John Kutsko, Executive Director of the Society of Biblical Literature, writes: Professor Brett teaches Hebrew Bible at Whitley College within the University of […]

RASP Annual Conversation | Religious Liberty

On 18 May the Federal Government’s Inquiry into Religious Liberty under the Chairmanship of Philip Ruddock will present its report. It is very timely that the University of Divinity’s Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy (RASP) invites you to attend the second annual RASP Public Conversation on this significant topic on 1 June […]

International Biblical Research Conference

Catholic Theological College hosts an International Biblical Conference. Time: 10:30am-4pm Date: Friday 18 May 2018 Venue: Knox Room, Catholic Theological College, 278 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne Schedule 10:00 Morning Tea 10:30 Professor John Collins, ‘Is there Mysticism in the Dead Sea Scrolls?’ Responder: Emeritus Professor Brendan Byrne SJ and Dr Kylie Crabbe 13:00 Lunch 14:00 Professor […]

Feminist Biblical Conference

  The State of Feminist Biblical Scholarship Where are we now? It has been over 30 years since hallmark feminist studies, such as Phyllis Trible’s Texts of Terror, changed the face of biblical studies. This conference pauses to reflect on the current state of feminist scholarship (and related fields), methodological issues, and texts that continue […]

Public Lecture at Trinity College

Biblical Values What are they? Who decides? Are they still relevant in the modern world? Time: 7:30-9:00pm Date: Tuesday 15 May 2018 Venue: Trinity College, Old Warden’s Lodge, 100 Royal Parade, Parkville Cost: Free lecture (bookings essential) – Download the event flyer The Lecturer Professor John J Collins is one of the leading Old Testament […]

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