Catholic Student Adviser, Father Jaehwa Lee
Swarthmore College: Bond Memorial Hall 300 (Tues, Thurs, Sat)
Bryn Mawr College:104 Aelwyd on Cambrian Row (Mon, Wed, Sat)
Haverford College:208 Whitehead Campus Center (Wed, Fri)
Email: FatherJaehwa@me.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Father Jaehwa has a B.S. from Columbia University, M.S. from University of Pennsylvania, and an M.Div. from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary of Archdiocese of Philadelphia. He was appointed to the Tri-Co Newman colleges in 2011 from Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Before the Tri-Co ministry, He has served the Newman Catholic Apostlate at Drexel University, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, and University of Pennsylvania before joining the Tri-Co Newman Catholic Apostolate. He also served as a Parochial Vicar at Ss. Peter and Paul and Maternity B.V.M. of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Tri-Co Newman Website
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Adviser, Trevor Morse
Trevor Morse has been on staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship since 2009, and has been Swarthmore's campus staff since 2011. He graduated from the University of Chicago in 2009 with a B.A. in East Asian Languages and Civilizations and completed his internship with InterVarsity at Bucknell University in 2010. He currently resides in Swarthmore with his wife Ashley, and enjoys cooking, reading, and games. He loves to talk about about Jesus, food, Japan, and pogonology.
Office: Bond Memorial Hall 201
Rabbi Adam holds a B.A. in Religious Studies and English Literature from Kenyon College. He was ordained by the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College, where he also received a Master’s in Jewish Education, and a Certificate in Pastoral Care. His diverse rabbinic experience includes serving as rabbinic intern at Harvard Hillel, assistant rabbi at Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, and chaplaincy intern at Hebrew SeniorLife. He also brought the Movement Minyan to the National Havurah Institute as Liturgist in Residence and was a CLAL Rabbis Without Borders Fellow.
Muslim Student Adviser, Umar Abdul Rahman
Office: Bond Memorial Hall 200
Umar Abdul Rahman holds a B.A. in International Relations (Middle Eastern Studies focus) and Economics from Lehigh University. After graduation he received a Fulbright Grant and spent the next year in Sana'a, Yemen, conducting research on "The Impact of Marxism on Islamic Thought." Umar subsequently received his J.D. from Temple University's School of Law. Prior to beginning work in religious life and pastoral care, Umar practiced immigration and human rights law, specifically deportation defense, for a number of years in the Philadelphia area. Umar is currently completing an M.A. in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations at the Hartford Seminary. In addition to his present course of study at the seminary, Umar has studied various aspects of the Islamic faith in both traditional and academic settings in the U.S. as well as abroad. He continues independent study of the Islamic tradition focusing much of his attention on Sufism and different approaches to Islamic law. Umar has been an active member of the local Muslim community and was one of the founders of the Philadelphia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights organization.
Director of Religious and Spiritual Life, Dr. Joyce Tompkins
Office: Bond Memorial Hall 202
Phone: 610-328 -8328
Joyce holds a B.A. in Classics from Cornell University, did graduate work in religion at Yale University and graduated with an M.Div from the General Theological Seminary in New York. She received her Doctor of Ministry in interfaith chaplaincy from Hartford Seminary. She is ordained in the Episcopal Church and has served as a parish minister, a counselor for European au pairs, and as counseling staff at Marquette University.
Joyce regularly shares her "Spiritual Reflections" wth the community, a sampling of her recent colums:Lessons from Trees, A Brooklyn Story, What I Did Not Do On My Summer Vacation, Free the Chairs, A Waltz in the Garden