The Interfaith Imperative: Engaging Religious Diversity in Higher Education
The Interfaith Imperative
A growing number of higher education institutions are recognizing the need to engage religious pluralism, foster interfaith cooperation, and embed interfaith literacy into curricular and co-curricular initiatives in light of ever-increasing global, national, and local religious diversity.
The discussion on March 8, 2022, led by Janett I. Cordovés, Director of Higher Ed Partnerships at IA and Dawn M. Whitehead, VP of the Office of Global Citizenship for Campus, Community, and Careers at AAC&U, featured Francis Sweeney, Professor of Spanish and VP for Mission at Saint Mary’s College of California, David Keck, Chaplain of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Kelly Dunlop, Associate Director of the Center for Campus Involvement at the University of Michigan. Download AAC&U and IA’s joint publication, Interfaith Cooperation for Our Times: Educating Citizens for a Diverse Democracy, for free.
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