Nominate a student who has made a contribution to ecumenical or interfaith activities on campus.
Learn about the speakers and topics of past Isserman lectures.
Interfaith Week is a celebration of the many faiths and traditions represented in the WashU community.
The Isserman Lecture is an annual interfaith event including a lecture, dinner and announcement of the Isserman Prize recipient.
The Isserman Prize recognizes a Wash U student who has made a significant contribution to ecumenical or interfaith activities.
Use this form to request information about connecting with a religious community or interfaith opportunities.
Supporting the diverse religious, spiritual, and ethical identities and being the liaison to a network of off-campus ministries are some of the new resources that her office provides.
The Interfaith Fellows program offers students a chance to develop interfaith leadership skills.
The Division of Student Affairs announces a newly-formed department, the Office for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life (ORSEL). The office seeks to serve students of any/no religious or spiritual identities.
As the Director for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life, The Reverend Callista Isabelle supports the religious, ethical, and spiritual life on campus. She leaders interfaith programming and provides pastoral care […]