The Campus Interfaith Inventory is a new project from IFYC designed to help institutions chart a clearer course for their interfaith and religious diversity work. Filling a knowledge gap at the national level, the Inventory will paint a picture of what best practices are, pinpoint the campuses that are pioneering them, and track how trends change over time. Learn more about the many benefits of participating and how to get started.
We partnered with Dominican University to produce a free eight-lesson curriculum exploring the fundamentals of Interfaith Leadership. Each lesson is comprised of three to five modules which include short videos, discussion guides, supplemental readings, and other classroom tools. Our in-house Manager of Curriculum Development is available to help professors navigate the technology and content.
Student affairs professionals, chaplains, and any interested campus educators are invited to participate in a free three-part webinar series this February, March, and April. Develop the skills you need to broaden buy-in and expand responsibility for interfaith cooperation at your institution. All you need is a computer to participate in these online workshops, and you can sign up for one, two, or all three sessions.