Religion and Higher Ed in the News: Faith-based Dorms at Public Universities
Over at Inside Higher Ed, a story by Allie Grasgreen about the growing number of faith-based dorms at public institutions funded from private donations (religious or not). The article stresses that this growth reflects a response to student desire for such accommodations, including dorms focused on interfaith collaboration. This move reflects a number of trends covered in a recent book by Douglas Jacobsen and Rhonda Hustedt Jacobsen: No Longer Invisible: Religion in University Education. Read more here.
Posted by Joe Creech