Event Title

Religious Pluralism at Susquehanna University: Identifying and Overcoming Barriers

Presenter Information

Tracey Pyser, Susquehanna University

Start Date

25-4-2017 2:20 PM

End Date

25-4-2017 2:40 PM

Description

Susquehanna University prides itself on its pluralistic community, in an increasingly diverse society where institutions strive to accommodate their ever changing populations. Over the course of this academic year, our administration has been open to working toward moving this campus forward in the recognition of religious minorities on campus. This research is meant to gauge how faculty/staff members feel about religion on campus, where Susquehanna could improve, and what employees would like to see. The data will be used to compare Susquehanna practices to that of similar liberal arts universities to see what policies are realistic for a school of our characteristics. The results of this research will be used to help faculty/staff better accommodate students through new policies that could be implemented or suggestions that could be made to the overall campus community.

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Religious Pluralism at Susquehanna University: Identifying and Overcoming Barriers

Susquehanna University prides itself on its pluralistic community, in an increasingly diverse society where institutions strive to accommodate their ever changing populations. Over the course of this academic year, our administration has been open to working toward moving this campus forward in the recognition of religious minorities on campus. This research is meant to gauge how faculty/staff members feel about religion on campus, where Susquehanna could improve, and what employees would like to see. The data will be used to compare Susquehanna practices to that of similar liberal arts universities to see what policies are realistic for a school of our characteristics. The results of this research will be used to help faculty/staff better accommodate students through new policies that could be implemented or suggestions that could be made to the overall campus community.