Trueblood Featured in National Publication on Religious Diversity

Tarah Trueblood, director of the Center for American and World Cultures, contributed to a recently-released national publication by the Interfaith Youth Corps (IFYC).

The publication, Public Higher Education and the Pursuit of Civic Religious Pluralism Report: Promising Practices, is a result of collaboration by attendees of the Public Campus Convening gathering at the Chicago headquarters of IFYC last fall.

According to the IFYC, the animating question of the report is "What does it mean to be and do public education in a diverse democracy?" The report addresses the particular challenges that public universities navigate in addressing this important priority. In addition to surfacing promising practices and guidance, the report offers case studies and snapshots of public institutions successfully prioritizing this work.

Trueblood wrote the section "Building Buy-in With Senior Leadership" (see p. 15 of the report.)