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Doyle Undergraduate Fellows Program

Part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program, the Undergraduate Fellows program brings faculty and students together to foster student engagement with difference through scholarship and interreligious, intercultural engagement on campus, in the D.C. community, and around the world.
Student fellows conduct original research projects that explore the broader implications of cultural and religious diversity, organize and participate in events and service projects, and blog regularly for the Berkley Center to build a community of students engaged in academic and outreach work on these issues. The research theme for the Doyle Undergraduate Fellows program changes annually, and fellows are selected at the beginning of each academic year.
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Sara Singha

Post-Doctoral Fellow

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