Undergraduate Religious Studies Association (URSA)
December 5, 6pm
discussion with Professor Jeremy Schott
Sycamore Hall 137
URSA provides students with opportunities to socialize, and plan events with other students and faculty interested in religious studies. Students need not be religious studies majors or minors to participate in URSA. All undergraduate students interested in religious studies are welcome. For more information please contact Abby Gitlitz.
URSA Mission Statement
The Undergraduate Religious Studies Association (URSA), a group open to religious studies majors as well as non-majors, seeks to be a vibrant forum for the exchange of ideas among curious minds. By extending discussion outside the classroom, URSA hopes to enhance each student's educational experience. To this end URSA will work to connect students in dialogue, both among themselves and with the faculty of the religious studies department. URSA's aim is to provide a discussion setting that is not only educational, but also enjoyable, taking the form of public lectures as well as movie nights and faculty-led discussion lunches. Beyond the campus, URSA aspires to be a link to the Bloomington and Indiana communities by organizing field trips to places of religious and scholastic interest.
Undergraduate Religious Studies Association Spring Symposium
Call for Papers
Join undergraduate students and faculty from across southern Indiana in thought and discourse surrounding the study of religion.
On March 24th and 25th, the Indiana University Undergraduate Religious Studies Association (URSA) will host the second annual spring symposium. The symposium's central aim is interdisciplinary conversation, so students from all academic backgrounds are welcome to participate. Abstracts and papers on all topics pertaining to the field are eligible. Final presentations should be no more than twenty minutes in length.
Abstracts should be approximately a paragraph in length and include student's university, class standing, major(s) and minor(s). Final presentations may include multimedia visuals if desired.
Submit materials and inquiries to Sarah Kissel (president, URSA) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Abstracts due: December 12
- Papers due: February 10
- Final Presentations: March 10
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