Virtual Open House: Learn More About the Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI)

November 29 from 2–3 p.m. ET

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Rev. Joanne Rodríguez

You are invited to attend our virtual open house session to ask questions, learn more about Princeton Theological Seminary’s degree programs, and meet representatives from the Office of Admissions.

This week: Learn More About the Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI)

The Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI) began taking shape in the 1980s as a program to support Hispanic students in religious and theological education. Now, HTI continues to support Hispanic and Latinx leaders in the church, in the academy, and around the world, and it has done so for over 25 years.

To learn more about all that HTI has to offer the Princeton Seminary community, join us for this virtual event with Executive Director Rev. Joanne Rodríguez, who was recently awarded the Justo and Catherine Gonzalez Award. Rev. Rodríguez will share about her experience with the initiative, her work with students, and how HTI continues to encourage and promote Hispanic and Latinx perspectives throughout biblical and theological scholarship.

We look forward to seeing you there!


There is no cost for this event but registration is required.


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