America's social and political climate in a time of fear and hostility
"Engaging the Muslim World" a lecture by Dr. Juan Cole, Professor of History, University of Michigan will be on campus as part of the Islam Global Perspectives Speaker Series on Wednesday, December 9 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Fetzer Center banquet room.
New Master of Arts in Spirituality, Culture and Health
We have a new online Master of Arts in Spirituality, Culture and Health beginning in the fall of 2016 and offered online! This unique program addresses cultural competence and humility, world cultures and religions, theory and method in religious studies, and the study of religion and health. Health and human service professionals can advance their career and address health disparities with cross cultural communication and spiritual assessment and care skills at interpersonal, organizational and structural levels. Students with a broader interest in religious studies and religion and health can prepare themselves for a variety of careers and further education. https://wmich.edu/religion/academics/masters-spirituality
There are few things more important to study today than religion!
Don't take our word for it, just listen to the US Secretary of State John Kerry. This is a great read! Secretary of State Kerry starts with, "I often say that if I headed back to college today, I would major in comparative religions rather than political science."
Yet another award to Dr. Brian Wilson! This time the 2015 State History Award for "Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and the Religion of Biologic Living," from the Historical Society of Michigan. Great work being done here in the Department of Comparative Religion at WMU!
To our alumni and current students, there are many things you can do with a degree from us, tell us your story so we can share it. E-mail Dr. Covell.