Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies
Evening of Roses Annual Gala
Join us for our annual Evening of Roses on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 6 p.m. in Bethany Hall. This year's event features keynote speaker Oren Jacoby, acclaimed director of the Oscar-nominated documentary, Sister Rose's Passion and My Italian Secret among many other films. Click here to register by Wednesday, May 25 »
Our mission is to advance Sister Rose’s legacy by fostering understanding and cooperation among Jews, Christians and people of other religious traditions through advocacy and education. Sister Rose Thering served as administrator, recruiting educators and raising funds to defray tuition costs, until her retirement in 2005.
Summer 2019 Newsletter
Coffee with Alex Kor - March 9
The Sister Rose Thering Fund was asked to participate in a webinar hosted by Greenleaf Center on March 9th. Executive Director, Anthony C. Sciglitano, jr. kicked off the event by sharing the mission and scholarships offered through the fund. It was a great opportunity for both programs. Dr. Alex Kor's mother was an extraordinary woman. A perfect way to celebrate Women's Month.
Academic Programs and Activities
The Sister Rose Thering Fund supports students studying in the graduate program of Jewish-Christian Studies in the Department of Religion in the College of Arts and Sciences, which offers a comprehensive curriculum leading to the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Jewish-Christian Studies, as well as a Certificate in Jewish-Christian Studies.
The SRTF Board consists of persons of diverse backgrounds dedicated to support Jewish-Christian Studies as an effective means to allay prejudice through inclusive education.
The Interreligious Virtual Media Library (VML) for Jewish-Christian Studies is an interactive archive for materials relating to Jewish-Christian Studies at Seton Hall University. The VML contains links to archival materials on Monsignor John Oesterreicher, Sister Rose Thering, video clips, lesson plans, time lines, and upcoming events of interest to people engaged in Jewish-Christian studies.