LUTHERAN SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY, CHICAGO
Financial aid at LSTC includes Tuition Scholarships, Fellowships and Teaching/Research Assistant Stipends. Awards are made on the basis of both merit and need. Most students receive partial or full tuition scholarships. Grant awards usually range from $1,000 to $10,000 and can be received in addition to tuition scholarships. Some fellowships available are the Robert Marshall Fellowship, which supports students preparing for domestic teaching ministries, the William and Betty Danker Fellowship, which supports students preparing for teaching ministries in their communities of origin, and the James Scherer Fellowship.
José David RodriguezAugustana Heritage Chair of Global Mission and World ChristianityExpertise in Latino Theology and Post-colonial thought
Hispanic Centers and Programs
- The Multicultural Center at LSTC works with other seminaries, church wide offices, and Latino/a religious leaders to develop resources in research and ministerial practice relevant to multicultural settings and experience.
- The Hispanic Summer Program national offices are the headquarters of the Hispanic Summer Program (HSP), a national program of studies gathering the best of the Latino/a faculty resources in North America. Latino/a students from a variety of denominational affiliations and studying at accredited educational institutions of higher learning in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada are invited to attend. The program takes place for an intensive two-week session every summer in one of the supporting institutions.
Library Resources-Special Collections
The JKM library provides electronic access to Referencia Latina, an online database of Latin American scholarly publications in Spanish.
No information listed at this time.
Former HTI Fellows/HTIC Scholars
Javier R. AlanísInterim Director/Associate Academic DeanAssociate Professor of Theology, Culture, and MissionLutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest1998-1999 Comprehensive Exams Year and 2001-2002 Dissertation Year Fellow Francisco Javier Goitia-Padilla2001-2002 Doctoral, 2002-2003 Doctoral Renewal, 2003-2004 Comprehensive Exams Year, and 2004-2005 Dissertation Year Fellow Suzanne E. Hoeferkam-SegoviaAdjunct Professor of Systematic TheologyThe Lutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest2001-2002 Dissertation Year Fellow Hjamil A. Martinez VázquezIndependent Scholar1999-2000 Doctoral, 2000-2001 Doctoral Renewal, 2001-2002 Comprehensive Exams Year, and 2002-2003 Dissertation Year Fellow Jonathan Pimentel
2010-2011 First-Year Doctoral, 2011-2012 Second-Year Doctoral, 2012-2014 Comprehensive Exams Year, 2013-2014 Dissertation Year Scholar
Carmelo Santos-RolónAssociate Pastor at St. Mark’s/San Marcos Lutheran Church, Springfield, VirginiaConsultant for Hispanic MinistriesELCA Metro D.C. Synod2002-2003 Doctoral, 2003-2004 Doctoral Renewal, 2004-2005 Comprehensive Exams Year, and 2005-2006 Dissertation Year Fellow Crystal Silva-McCormick
2011-2012 First-Year Doctoral
The HTIC person to contact for information on Ph.D. studies at Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago, is:
Name: José D. RodríguezTitle: Professor, Systematic TheologyTelephone: 773-256-0772Email: [email protected]