The Amy A. Northcutt Scholarship and Lecture
The Amy A. Northcutt Scholarship and annual lecture & celebration are envisioned as ways to honor and sustain Amy’s love of people and ideas, her relish in thinking creatively and critically to solve problems and build connections, and her sense of God’s grace in the world and our responsibility for each other. Amy was the Chief Information Officer of the National Science Foundation at the time of her death. An attorney by training and a leader in government and nonprofit organizations, she was an alumna of DDH and former president of its Board of Trustees, and a person of deep faith.
Amy was always looking for that sacred space that allowed for connections and differences between people and ideas, always with the hope of transformation and reconciliation, Craig Middlebrook recalls. By building a scholarship at the Disciples Divinity House together, we are creating and sustaining such a space.
When fully funded, the scholarship will benefit promising women leaders who are pursuing theological studies at the University of Chicago.
Contribute to the Amy A. Northcutt Scholarship Fund
Give a gift in memory of Amy to the Disciples Divinity House for the Amy A. Northcutt Scholarship.
Thanks to the generosity of nearly 150 donors, the fund reached $75,000 in June 2018. The scholarship fund is on its way to $250,000, which will fully fund it. Gifts can be given online, by check, and by transfer of securities.
Save the Date: The Second Annual Amy A. Northcutt Lecture & Celebration
The second annual Amy A. Northcutt lecture and celebration will be held May 26, 2019, at the Disciples Divinity House, in conjunction with DDH's 125th anniversary celebration (Memorial Day weekend).
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On May 5, 2018, Stephanie Paulsell spoke on The Fragrance of Truth: Theological Education and Religious Community, at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation in Washington D.C.
This inaugural lecture explored a vision for the kind of transformative religious community in which Amy was formed and which she believed was urgently needed in our day: one in which prayer and justice, learning and living are intertwined and the deepest possibilities of our humanity cherished and explored.
Attendees joined Craig, Henry, and Lei Lei Middlebrook, and other family and friends, for dinner and lecture to celebrate Amy's life and the Amy A. Northcutt Scholarship.Casual Suede on Moccasins Santimon Men Toe Slip Fashion Shoes Black Slipper for Loafer Gold Embroidered Shoes Round zqC8wCR
Stephanie Paulsell is the Susan Shallcross Swartz Professor of the Practice of Christian Studies at Harvard Divinity School. She studies points of intersection between intellectual work and spiritual practice, and between the contemplative and active dimensions of the vocations of minister and teacher. She writes regularly for the Christian Century, and is the author of two books including Honoring the Body: Meditations on a Christian Practice. Her current research is on Virginia Woolf and religion. An MA and PhD alumna of the University of Chicago and the Disciples Divinity House, she previously taught at the University of Chicago Divinity School.