Welcome to the Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community. Our leadership team works to support and network professionals, students, faculty, and other stakeholders who are invested in enhancing conversations, research, and best practices for spirituality, secularism, and religion in higher education. We look forward to your engagement and feedback and please let us know how we can best support you in this work.
Technology has its hand in so much in today’s world. Higher education has been forced to adjust to the aggressive advancement of technology. It is no secret that the areas of spirituality and religion have struggled with finding the proper place in higher education. The issue can either be improved or hardened by technology. Technology, if properly implemented, can have a positive influence in higher education.
Be part of the first ever Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Identities Conference! This 2018 conference experience will be December 9-11 in New Orleans. Find information here for Pre-Conference Session and Program proposals, along with conference registration. #RSSIConference
NASPA and the NASPA Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community are proud to announce its committee members for the 2018 NASPA Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Identities Conference to be held December 9-11, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Below you’ll find out more about the team and their contributions to the field, pedagogy, and practice of religious, secular, and spiritual identity development in higher education.
To become good religious neighbors, evangelical students will need to realize that religious skeptics are not the only worldview group in America that their witness must account for. They will also need a new set of tools, because the tools that they are using to address religious skeptics are largely ineffective and/or inappropriate for engaging people of other faiths. This includes a basic level of religious literacy and an appreciative knowledge of other religious traditions that recognizes their strengths and rejects harmful caricatures.
The Women In Student Affairs Knowledge Community presents its 2018 NASPA Annual Conference program and event guide.