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Multifaith Fellows

Being Silly! Multifaith Chaplaincy Staff with the Multifaith Fellows, Fall 2013

Being Silly! Multifaith Chaplaincy Staff with the Multifaith Fellows, Fall 2013

Multifaith Fellows are students who work with the Multifaith Chaplaincy to coordinate various ongoing events (such as {PAUSE} , Interfaith Table, Stringfellow, and Baccalaureate) and assist with other signature events. They also at times initiate new programs. The Fellows are a diverse group of students representing a variety of backgrounds and religious (and non-religious) traditions.

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{Pause} coordinators Doug Welsh ’14 and Grace Glasson ’14 at the weekly {Pause} planning meeting.

Want to know what it’s like to be a multifaith fellow? Read about Grace Glasson’s experience here.

Two Multifaith Fellows, Shachi Phene ’12 and Shlesma Chhetri ’12, exchange views during an interfaith conversation in 2011.

2013-2014 Student Multifaith Fellows

Rachel Baumann ’14
Zeb Casperson ’15 (spring)
Grace Glasson ’14
Eliza Kaplan ’15 (fall)
Olivia Krishnaswami ’15 (fall)
Tenzin Namdol ’15
Ali Rabideau ’17 (spring)
Leah Schulz ’14 (spring)
Natalie Shribman ’14
Leticia Solis ’13 (fall)
Doug Welsh ’14