The fall the TMTC Fellows Program celebrated the largest turnover in its history.
Sarah Johnson, a TMTC Visiting Fellow since 2018, successfully defended her dissertation at the University of Notre Dame and began a new position at the University of British Columbia this fall and Kim Penner, a TMTC Research Fellow since 2017, began as Pastor of Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church in February. Sarah and Kim have both added tremendous energy, insight, and wisdom to the TMTC community and we wish both of them well and look forward to keeping in touch with the important work they are doing.
We are also welcoming several new fellows. Jeremy Bergen joined us as our inaugural Faculty Fellow in February and continues to support TMTC’s teaching and advising mandate in Toronto.Stella Kayenga Mungbu, who completed her PhD at the University of Pretoria in South Africa in 2019, and Anthony Siegrist, who is no stranger to TMTC having completed his doctorate at TST in 2012, will both join us as remote Research Fellows this fall. And, finally, Hadje Sadje, a PhD candidate at the University of Hamburg, will also join us as a remote Visiting Fellow. We are also privileged to have Lydia Neufeld Harder (Senior Fellow) and jason reimer greig (Research Fellow) with us as well and we look forward to a highly stimulating year with these fellows around the TMTC table!