The Interfaith Committee led by Dr. Suzanne Henderson has gathered resources that can assist faculty who wish to incorporate interfaith and pluralistic concepts into their courses. These resources include presentations that faculty have created on the topic, learning activities, and other related materials.
Presbyterian and Pluralist Statement
Enhancing Cultural Experiences through Religious Understanding
Interfaith Youth Core's Digital Resources
Interfaith Youth Core's Syllabi and Assignment Library
Interfaith Youth Core's Guide for Religious Site Visits
Incorporating Interfaith Topics Into Your JBIP Course: Initial Questions to Explore
Global Interfaith Exploration Resources through the Wabash Grant
Religious and Philosophical Difference: What To Do When It Enters the Classroom
Interfaith Youth Core has a robust set of resources to help you be prepared to navigate religious and philosophical differences in teaching and learning. You may access these resources through the Interfaith Youth Core website with a short sign up process, or you can review interfaith materials for Queens here.
To gain access to the curriculum, it’s a simple process to join the IFYC—provide your name, email, institutional affiliation, and answer a couple of quick questions when you click into one of the links below.
Interfaith Youth Core. “Conducting Focus Groups: A Beginner’s Guide.” Interfaith Youth Core, http://ifyc.org/resources/conducting-focus-groups-beginners-guide.
Interfaith Youth Core. “Responding to Hateful Incidents on Your Campus.” Interfaith Youth Core, https://ifyc.org/resources/responding-hateful-incidents-your-campus.
Interfaith Youth Core. “Shared Values Facilitation Guide." Interfaith Youth Core, http://ifyc.org/resources/shared-values-facilitation-guide.
Interfaith Youth Core. “Interfaith Leadership Video Series.” Interfaith Youth Core, https://ifyc.org/training-tools-curriculum
Patel, Eboo. “A Common Life Together.” HuffPost, 19 Sept. 2012, https://www.huffpost.com/entry/a-common-life-together_b_1897909.