heterodox: the blog
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Let Students Set The Agenda For Viewpoint Diversityread the full blog+ Research Summary
Few Students Pursue Opportunities to Explore Religious Diversity. Is There a Way Forward?read the full blog+ Essay (Opinion Piece)
To Heal our Religious Divisions, We Must Embrace the Unaffiliated Soul of Young Americansread the full blog+ Research Summary
Opportunity Lost: What Happens When Students Can’t Study Abroadread the full blog+ Research Summary
Friendships Matter: The Role of Peer Relationships in Interfaith Learning and DevelopmentIf you want to know who or what is influencing a college student, start by looking at their peers. Few sources of influence make as great an impact on students as their friends. Close friendships are especially impactful, as they require deep…read the full blog+ Research Summary
Safe Spaces, Brave Spaces, and Student Appreciation of Other WorldviewsWhen it comes to socializing college students to be successful in diverse environments, few approaches have received as much attention as the “safe space.” There is some deliberation on what qualifies as a safe space, and it is not exactly…read the full blog
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