Multicultural Relations

What is the L.I.V.E. Symposium?

The L.I.V.E. (Learning, Inclusion, Vitality, Exploration) Symposium is Princeton Seminary’s initiative to reach domestic underrepresented prospective students in graduate theological education as they discern their vocation within the church. Princeton Seminary’s commitment to inclusion is reflected not in a specific project, but in all of the institution's activities. 

Students will gain a greater awareness through:

  • presentations from a diverse group of students, faculty, and administrators about campus life 
  • presentations from faculty members about responding to a call in a multicultural and pluralistic society
  • panel discussions with alumni, faculty, and students on vocational discernment
  • attending classes and meeting professors
  • visiting local alumni for exposure to practical experiences

The L.I.V.E. Symposium takes place twice during the academic year. Thirty ministerial candidates from underrepresented domestic population groups are invited to campus for a 2-1/2-day vocational exploration. 

L.I.V.E. Symposium | March 18–21, 2018

“Rising Up Beyond Our Dreams – Staying Woke!”

Keynote lecture: Dr. Keri Day, Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religion

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*Register by March 12

Register for the L.I.V.E. Symposium

About the Reverend Dr. Victor Aloyo Jr.

The Reverend Dr. Aloyo Jr. is Associate Dean for Institutional Diversity and Community Engagement at Princeton Theological Seminary.

He earned an EdD at the University of Pennsylvania in 2015 and an MDiv at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1989. He currently serves two multiethnic Presbyterian congregations in Plainfield, New Jersey.

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Assistant Professor, Indiana Wesleyan University

Amanda Hontz Drury, Class of 2005

“Princeton Seminary helped me whittle down to the core of my faith and helped me discover what mattered most to me.”