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Interfaith Service and Higher Education

Around the United States and the world, college and university campuses are at the forefront of innovative efforts that further interreligious understanding. Students learn that dialogue is a way to bridge religious and cultural divides, and that service is a shared calling across the world’s great faith traditions. This site tracks ways that faculty, staff, and students around the world put their knowledge and commitment to interfaith service into practice, highlighting successful models of peacebuilding and effective community engagement.
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Sara Singha

Post-Doctoral Fellow

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