• Student Leadership

    Hamline students have a long history of leadership In the United Methodist Church.  Below you'll find a few of the ways that they have connected with the UMC community over the past year.  If you are a United Methodist student, please tell us how you connect with your faith!  You can email Nur Mood at nmood01@hamline.edu to share your story.


    Recognition at the General Conference of the UMC


  • Hamline University alumni Rola Alkatout '12 and Casey Magnusen '12 were featured in the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry's report to the United Methodist General Conference on April 30th, 2012 for their work with the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.  This presentation highlighted the work of students and Untied Methodist-related Universities across the country who exemplify the mission and vision of the United Methodist Church.

    Minnesota Annual Conference of the UMC

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    Hamline students Linnae Swanson '13 and Evie Swanson '12 were part of a young adult panel facilitated by Rev. Nancy Victorin-Vangerud, Ph.D. at the Laity Session of the Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church on June 1, 2011.

    United Methodist Student Forum 2011

    Hamline University joins the 2011 Student Forum!  The Student Forum of the United Methodist Student Movement is an annual spiritual development and leadership training conference for young adults in United Methodist related colleges and universities.


    This event is part of the national leadership conference of the United Methodist Student Movement, sponsored by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry.

    The Student Forum focused on:

    • worship and social justice advocacy
    • leadership training for campus ministry
    • networking and developing legislation for General Conference

    Student Forum 2011 was held at the United Methodist-related University of Evansville in Evansville, Indiana.  Rev. Nancy Victorin-Vangerud, Ph.D. and Hamline senior Caitlin Sipe attended the conference.

          
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  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice 

  • Wesley Center News

    During recent travels, Chaplain Nancy Victorin-Vangerud presented at several locations in Western Australia, Taipei, Tainan, and Taiwan.

    Professor Deanna Thompson published a piece called, "How to Live Like You're Dying"  in a Duke University online publication On Faith and Leadership.