Religion and Public Life Event: Religion, Race, and Reconciliation

Posted On March 3, 2017
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Religion, Race, and Reconciliation: Overcoming Social Polarization in the Current Political Climate

A Moderated Discussion with Sylvester Johnson, Ph.D. (Northwestern University) Rep. Scott Holcomb (General Assembly, Georgia)

The polarization of American society in both formal politics as well as in cultural life is reaching a new threshold of animosity and antagonism. With Georgia as an… more »

Dr. Moultrie Recieved Dean’s Early Career Award

Posted On November 29, 2016
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The Dean’s Early Career Award reflects the college’s recognition of outstanding faculty who provide excellent education to GSU students and conduct cutting edge research. Members of the College’s Board of Visitors and other donors have contributed to the Dean’s Early Career Award. As part of the award, Dr. Moultrie will receive a professional development… more »

Dr. McClymond to be Program Unit Director for AAR

Posted On October 27, 2016
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Congratulations to Dr. Kathryn McClymond, chair of Religious Studies, to be elected as Program Unit Director for American Academy of Religion.

Program Unit Director serves a three-year term. The Program Unit Director must have prior experience as a Program Unit Chair. She will represent the needs and interests of the Program Units to the… more »

WellStar M.A. Fellowship in Religion and Public Life

Posted On September 28, 2016
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The Department of Religious Studies and WellStar Health System proudly announce the launch of the “WellStar M.A. Fellowship in Religion and Public Life.” This Fellowship, which includes a $12,000 annual stipend and a tuition waiver, supports a master-level student preparing for work in the health care professions with grounding in religion, ethics, and cultural… more »

Job Opportunity

Posted On June 21, 2016
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Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Instructor (half- or full-time, non-tenure track) for 2016-2017 

The successful candidate will teach four courses per semester from among “Perspectives” (a comparative cultures course that introduces freshmen to religious diversity); courses in early Christianity; and/or Introduction to Human Rights.

Applicants must hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree (to be hired as… more »

Study Abroad – France (Pilgrimage)

Posted On April 21, 2016
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Bertha Harris, a graduate student,  shares her experience of study abroad.

The opportunity to participate in the Study Abroad trip – Pilgrimage – Ritual and Practices in Paris France was an awesome opportunity. This was my first trip abroad and words cannot express the gratitude felt as I embarked upon this journey. The excitement of… more »

Ameer Muhammad to receive Who’s Who Award

Posted On April 12, 2016
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Congratulations to our graduate student, Ameer Muhammad, who have been selected as a 2016-17 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges award recipient from Georgia State University. He will be recognized by the Dean of Students Office at the Royal Flame Awards ceremony, sponsored by the Office of Leadership Development.