sees the changing reality as an opportunity to respond with a new, shorter program while maintaining the traditional four-month program begun by the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley 40 years ago.
What does JSTB stand for?
JSTB stands for Jesuit School of Theology At Berkeley
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THOMAS CATTOI Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley
The announcement, made in late September, follows decisions by Weston Jesuit School of Theology in 2008 to re-affiliate with Boston College, the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley to become a graduate school of Santa Clara University in 2009, and the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago to form an educational alliance with DePaul University last year.
WILLIAM O'NIELL Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley
Baggett is an associate professor of religion and society at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley and visiting professor of sociology at the University of California.