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Seven students from Gardner-Webb University made history in May as the first group from the School of Divinity to travel and study in Cuba. Led by Dr. Hebert Palomino, associate professor of pastoral care and counseling, the group visited several places, including the Baptist seminary in Santiago de Cuba, where Palomino helped to establish a counseling program. “The highlight for me was the opportunity to attend services in different churches,” Rowena Casino, of Boiling Springs, N.C., shared.
Allison Greene, Angel Ayala, Benji McMiller, Bev Gunter, Cuba, Dr. Hebert Palomino, Dr. Robert Canoy, GWU School of Divinity, Lewis Lowery, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, Nikki Moore, pastoral care and counseling, Rowena Casino, Santiago de Cuba, Theological Seminary of Western Cuba at La Havana
Office of University Communications, "Divinity Students Become First GWU Group to Study in Cuba" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 849.