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Conversations with clergy is a new USU Interfaith Initiative that provides space for community faith leaders to host one-on-one conversations with students, faculty, and staff. Click here for more information about how to participate.

What skills are necessary to cultivate for healthy conversations about difficult topics like religion politics? Check-out this article in the Herald Journal for some good ideas.

The Interfaith Student Association and the Queer Student Alliance came together recently to discuss intersections of religious/spiritual, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Here's a great synopsis of the panel discussion.

The Faith Distress Group is a drop-in support group co-facilitated by CAPS and the USU Interfaith Initiative. Click here for more information about how to participate.

The USU Interfaith Initiative provides resources and programs that support religious/spiritual diversity and inclusion on campus. Check out articles about the important role played by the USU Interfaith Initiative in recent editions of Utah State Today.