The semester-long eight-session program aimed to expand understanding of the diversity of religious and non-religious identities and build capacity to engage in interfaith dialogue and cooperation on campus. The program was promoted in partnership with PDN-TLOS and supported by a Campus Innovation Grant from Interfaith Youth Core.
Applications for incoming students is open until June 30: Aurora Interfaith Living-Learning Community
Aurora Interfaith LLC is a community of students — religious, non-religious, spiritual, secular, and seekers — who learn about the ways people make meaning and search for purpose, connect to one another, and work for positive action in the world. Click to read the one-pager.
In this article, Dr. Byron Hughes and Dr. Najla Mouchrek address the changes in leadership happening in the interfaith initiative over this Summer and thank the Virginia Tech community for their presence and participation in interfaith gatherings and programs.
We are proud to launch the VT Interfaith Online Repository, part of the Interfaith Professional Development Program. Find several resources on worldview diversity, interfaith dialogue, cooperation & engagement in this publicly accessible site.
Engage with the Interfaith Initiative at VT
“Art is a powerful medium that can cross boundaries and transform communities, affirm our unity and promote a more inclusive atmosphere”. The project Interfaith, Social Justice, and Arts aimed to support the advancement of an inclusive environment and foster interfaith and pluralism at VT. Click to learn more.
Synergy Interfaith Collective at Virginia Tech is the first interfaith student organization on campus. This past year they promoted a series of events, including dialogues, deep dives, and talks. Check their page and follow them on Instagram and Twitter.
Access the previous editions of the Interfaith Circle Newsletter.