Conversations with CAL – Sounds of Religion Project

What does religion in the United States sound like? We begin by exploring the question that animates the American Religious Sounds Project (ARSP), a collaborative research initiative co-directed by Michigan State University Religious Studies Professor Amy DeRogatis and Ohio State University Comparative Studies Professor Isaac Weiner.

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Citizen Scholars Graduates Another Student from the Program

Spanish and Religious Studies double major Andrew Keller is this semester’s only graduate of the College of Arts & Letters’ Citizen Scholars program. And while he was unable to study abroad as he originally planned due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was able to help an organization that has helped him by donating his Citizen Scholars funding to them.

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Amy DeRogatis to Receive Outstanding Faculty Award

Amy DeRogatis, Professor in the Department of Religious Studies, is being recognized for her outstanding work and will receive the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award at this year's Michigan State University Awards Convocation.

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Two Professors to Receive Quality in Teaching Awards

Two Professors from the College of Arts & Letters are recipients of the 2019 Mid-Michigan Spartans Quality in Teaching Award, which recognizes excellence in classroom instruction through the incorporation of research and innovative learning opportunities.

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