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SBL Groups
  • The SBL Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee (CUREMP) was constituted to assess the status and encourage the participation of underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities in all professional areas of biblical studies. In pursuit of this mandate, the Committee continues its efforts in areas of mentoring and networking, opening the Society to greater participation by minorities, and calling attention to the ways in which the Society speaks to and about racial and ethnic minorities.

  • The SBL Status of Women in the Profession Committee (CSWP) was constituted to assess the status and encourage the participation of women in all professional areas of biblical studies. In pursuit of this mandate, the Committee continues its efforts in areas of mentoring and networking, opening the Society to greater participation by women, and calling attention to the ways in which the Society through its various activities speaks to and about women.

  • Student Advisory Board (SAB) The purpose of SAB is to coordinate student participation across all Society activities, committees, and programs in an effort to foster greater opportunities for student participation and leadership development.

  • SBL Committees Distinguished biblical scholars lead the Society. Fourteen members are elected to serve on its governing board, the Council, which determines general policies and program initiatives and appoints committees, editors, and representatives to assist in fulfilling the mission and in conducting regular business. Election to Council and appointment to a committee is an honor, and the dedicated service of volunteers contributes to the success of the Society.
 
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