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Network: Campus Chaplaincy (2016-17)

How Do You Serve College Students Who Want To Save The World, But Can’t Manage To Talk To Their Own Roommates?


Facilitated by Rabbi Nancy Fuchs Kreimer, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at RRC, and chair of RRC’s Department of Multifaith Studies and Initiatives; and Rabbi Rachel Gartner, Jewish Chaplaincy Director at Georgetown University

For campus chaplains and religious advisors

Thursday, Feb. 9 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. EST; March & April sessions to be scheduled for mutually convenient times

Despite the diversity of college campuses, secular student- life professionals often see the topic of religion as too hot to handle. Is it? Campus chaplains want to make their unique contributions to building a culture of sacred listening across differences. Join your colleagues, a seasoned campus chaplain, and a longtime interreligious scholar and activist to find out how.


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