Student Programs 2015-2016 Annual Report

February 6, 2017

At the heart of the Berkley Center's mission is preparing students for leadership roles in a dynamic and interconnected world. Over the past nine years, our teaching, research, and outreach activities—made possible in part through the Doyle Engaging Difference Program—have increasingly involved students and deepened their learning about the complexities of religion and culture in global affairs. Our faculty teach classes in a range of departments across a broad array of disciplinary methods. Students enjoy robust research opportunities facilitated by Berkley Center faculty and programs. Opportunities for students to engage in interreligious and intercultural learning and outreach build on this classroom knowledge and aim to form students for leadership, service, and vocations in a diverse and complex world. This report shares highlights from the Berkley Center’s core student programs during the 2015-2016 academic year.

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