The Interreligious Scholars Program (ISP) helps students build relationships with people of other faith traditions and prepare them for working together for the common good. It builds interreligious literacy and connects diversity skills with community applications combining curricular and co-curricular opportunities with intentional living, service, and social action.
Duke University Interreligious Scholars:
- increase religious literacy and cultural competence by taking at least two course offerings related to religion and interreligious studies in the broader Duke curriculum
- engage in community-based work that connects with local organizations and has timely cultural or political relevance
- form a living community on campus, building friendships through shared meals, house events, retreats, trips, and religious exploration
- have priority access to training opportunities in dialogue facilitation and leadership
More Questions? Contact Dr. Christy Lohr Sapp, Associate Dean for Religious Life (Christy.Lohr@duke.edu) or Jeff Nelson, Residence Coordinator (Jeff.Nelson@duke.edu)