Linda J. Morgan-Clement (She/her/hers)

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Campus Address
Esch Hurvis Center for Spiritual & Religious Life
2nd Floor
Spiritual and Religious Life
Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life and Chaplain to the University

Reverend Linda Morgan-Clement brings a passion for encouraging the Lawrence community to recognize the interdependent nature of our lives. As Dean and Chaplain, she accompanies and supports all members of the community through innovative collaboration, journeying with individuals, and encouraging persons to ask big questions and claim their spiritual lives.  Creating a brave and safe space, offering pastoral care, teaching courses in the Religious Studies department, ministering locally, and providing a stable campus touch point for students, staff, and faculty are just a few of the ways that Linda serves Lawrence.    

Linda Morgan-Clement earned a bachelor’s degree from Carroll University, a master of divinity degree from Chicago’s McCormick Theological Seminary and a doctor of ministry degree from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

Carroll College, BA
McCormick Theological Seminary, MDIV
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, DMin
Years at Lawrence
2016 - present