Pacific School of Religion’s Board of Trustees has appointed Hubert G. Locke to a three-month term as acting president of the seminary. Locke is a retired professor and dean emeritus of public affairs at the University of Washington. PSR’s current President, William McKinney, is retiring at the end of June. Locke will serve from July 1 to Sept. 30. In the meantime, PSR will elect a "term president" to serve until a full president is appointed.
Locke was acting president during President McKinney’s sabbatical in 2003. He is a member of University Christian Church in Seattle. He also was the first executive director of the Citizens Committee for Equal Opportunity in Detroit, Mich., and taught public policy at University of Nebraska. He has authored and edited several books concerning race, criminal justice and religion. To find out more, go to: www.psr.edu/news/hubert-locke-named-acting-president-psr