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Union Theological Seminary

Independent, ecumenical, Christian seminary in New York City

From Wikipedia

Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York is a non-denominational Christian seminary in Morningside Heights, Manhattan, New York City. It is affiliated with neighboring Columbia University. Since 1928, the seminary has served as Columbia's constituent faculty of theology. In 1964, UTS also established an affiliation with the neighboring Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

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Campus Life

What's it like to attend this school?

The People

Full time on-campus stats

Student Body

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The Campus

Where will you be attending?

Location

3041 Broadway, New York NY 10027-5792

What is Union Theological Seminary known for?

#33 World Rank
Religious Studies
#261 World Rank
Philosophy
#289 World Rank
Psychology
#607 World Rank
History
#666 World Rank
Sociology
#693 World Rank
Political Science
#700 World Rank
Literature
#817 World Rank
Social Work
#962 World Rank
Anthropology
#963 World Rank
Criminal Justice
#1180 World Rank
Education
#1192 World Rank
Communications
#1252 World Rank
Law
#1311 World Rank
Earth Sciences
#1688 World Rank
Nursing
#1987 World Rank
Medical
#2161 World Rank
Business
#2182 World Rank
Computer Science
#2414 World Rank
Biology
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Engineering
#2851 World Rank
Mathematics
#3146 World Rank
Economics
#3378 World Rank
Chemistry
#3949 World Rank
Physics

Influential People

Who are Union Theological Seminary 's Most influential alumni?

Union Theological Seminary 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Religious Studies, Philosophy, and Psychology

Kenneth Komoski

Mineo Katagiri

Japanese-American minister and activist

George Forell

George Forell

American professor of religion

Millar Burrows

Biblical scholar

Paul Raushenbush

Writer, editor, and religious activist

Francis L. Garrett

US Navy admiral

Thomas Jesse Jones

Welsh-American who took a special interest in the education of Afro-Americans and the peoples of Africa

Scott Rennie

British minister

John Rousmaniere

John Rousmaniere

Author, editor, historian, sailor

John Welsh Dulles

Nelson Cruikshank

American labor leader

Henry Martyn Baird

Henry Martyn Baird

American historian