Religious administrators from 27 colleges and
universities will gather at Johns Hopkins' Homewood campus
for the annual meeting of the Association of College and
University Religious Affairs.
Topics to be discussed include the best practices and
worst pitfalls in chaplaincy, artistic expression in
interfaith campus communities, how first-generation Indian
students adjust to changing family and social dynamics, and
the sharing of sacred space among various religious groups
Other events include a dinner on Sunday, Oct. 24, with
members of the Muslim Students Association to mark the end
of the daily fast during Ramadan and a lecture by Tamara
Sonn, professor at the College of William and Mary and a
member of the academic advisory council for the Center for
Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University.
Titled "The Legacy of Islam in the Western World,"
Sonn's lecture is open to the public and will take place at
7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 25, in Hodson Hall Auditorium.