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Would you like to learn how different faiths relate to your own?

Think about your career path:

Do you need to know more about people whopractice different religions?

Do you want to be better prepared to work in diverse communities?

The Lubar Institute Interfaith Student Groups
are two non-credit, academic-year programs (The Forum; The Fellows) which engage UW students in candid conversation about three Abrahamic religions:Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Students meet as a group to discuss specific topics which look at the intersection between these religions.

Follow this link to learn more and view application materials.

Deadline for application: Monday, April 21, 2014.

“My years with the Lubar Institute have been immensely formative. The experience was an idyllic model of emerging adaptive leadership, and a choice experience for being an active participant in an ever more diverse society.”

— Joseph O’Donnell
Fellow 2011, Forum 2012

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ON WISCONSIN on the Lubar Institute
The Lubar Institute was featured in On Wisconsin (Winter 2013), the alumni magazine for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Read the complete article online at the On Wisconsin web site or download the five-page PDF here.

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Watch the video introduction to the Lubar Institute.

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