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Faculty Roundtable: Understanding Death, Dying, and Grief

On Tuesday March 23rd, the fourth Virtual Faculty Roundtable of this academic year took place, where Dr. William Selig spoke on the topic “Understanding Death, Dying and Grief.” In addition to his adjunct teaching role at UTS, Professor Selig volunteers at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, CA as a board-certified chaplain, and is Communications Director for Universal Peace Federation International, and Advisor of the End-of-Life Ministry for Family Federation for World Peace and Unification-North America. “[Death, dying and grief] is a really important topic,” Selig said....

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Mobility

Many people face adversity in their lives, UTS alumni included. The formation of faith at UTS can help the graduates face adversity, if and when it comes.There may be periods when our lives seem to go along with little to no difficulty. But periods of good health can end, and misfortunes arrive. Some people face adversity, and complain and become bitter. Greg Davis (UTS’89) stood on his foundation of faith and hope and found a way to deal with misfortune and became a light for others too. DEER PARK, L.I. – Mobility is a wonderful thing, when you’ve got it. It represents freedom...

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