- Explore the complex intersection of religion and culture in American life.
- Examine the history of religions, religious ethics, social justice, and religion and the environment.
- Engage in field trips, research projects, internships, and community service activities that deepen understanding of religion and its role in society.
Established in honor of Philosophy Professor James F. Sheridan, the fund encourages participation in conferences and professional meetings and offers support for course-enrichment experiences and research.
Established in 1992, the lectureship provides a forum for informed ethical decision-making by bringing notable experts on moral choice within the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions.