Tuesday, August 10 at 5pm ET
Steven Zhou, HxA Graduate Affiliate and PhD student in Psychology at George Mason University, led this one-hour session discussing the role of religion in secular national universities, especially in R1 research universities.
There is a common (mis)conception that traditional religious values and academia are at odds with one another. In this conversation, we delved into the issue and seek to answer these questions: Does religion have a place in academia? If so, how and where? What should educators and students do to encourage or facilitate the discussion of religion in a classroom setting?
This session was open only to HxA graduate affiliate members. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org