Congratulations Zach Ludwig!!
It's with great excitement that the Theology Department shares that one of own, Zach Ludwig, a senior, has won the prestigious Albert Clark Award for 2017, given by the national chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa, for a research essay he wrote on Chinese missionary work and the role of gender in such efforts. He will be receiving an award from TAK, and we certainly honor him as well for the great work that he has done. Join us in congratulating him for this wonderful award!
Way to go Zach!!
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