Paul Kemeny

Academic Director

“I am excited about the PRM because it will strengthen relations between the college and neighboring rural communities.”

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As interim dean of the Calderwood School and professor of religion and humanities at Grove City College, Paul lends his expertise as an academic administrator to the PRM. In his role of academic director, he connects faculty and students with PRM initiatives. Paul is the author or editor of several books on the history of the church and of higher education, including The Oxford Handbook of Presbyterianism; Faith, Freedom, and Higher Education: Historical Analysis and Contemporary Reflections; Princeton in the Nation’s Service: Religious Ideals and Educational Practice, 1868–1928; and The New England Watch and Ward Society. He recently facilitated a faculty discussion group on “Faith for the Common Good,” funded by the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts.

“Since its founding, the College has always had the common good as part of its mission,” Paul notes, “and the PRM is yet another extension of that mission.”

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Project on Rural Ministry
100 Campus Drive, Box 3042
Grove City, PA 16127
(724) 458-3897
office@ruralministry.org

Project on Rural Ministry
100 Campus Drive, Box 3042
Grove City, PA 16127
(724) 458-3897
office@ruralministry.org

Project on Rural Ministry
100 Campus Drive, Box 3042
Grove City, PA 16127
(724) 458-3897
office@ruralministry.org

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