Come Explore Diverse Faith-Based RSOs on Campus
University Housing will host its third annual spirituality program with a bit of a twist.
Embody the Belief will be from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, in Willard J. Walker Hall Main Lobby, located next to Einstein's. Light snacks and beverages will be provided following the event.
It is part of University Housing's @Home programming series.
At Embody the Belief, students will gain a better understanding of the misconceptions and stereotypes members of different religious groups face in everyday life.
Students will experience an interactive town simulation through the identity of an individual of a certain belief and see what effects their religion has on their day-to-day life.
The program's goal is to raise awareness of various struggles people of different belief systems face while also providing insight on how stereotypes can affect these individuals.
The program is also aimed at dismantling these stereotypes and helping students gain insight from a different perspective while providing them with additional information about different spiritual identities.
Come out and explore the Embody the Belief program!
About @Home: Embody the Belief is a diversity component of University Housing's @Home series. The @Home series consists of signature events during the 2018-2019 academic year that focus on promoting academic success, personal development and diversity education.
About University Housing. University Housing is a department within the Division of Student Affairs serving a residential community of around 5,700 on-campus students. More than 200 students find employment opportunities with University Housing each year. We offer educational programs that support the success of students and services that help students focus on academics at the University of Arkansas. Living on campus starts with a housing contract.
About the Division of Student Affairs. The Division of Student Affairs supports students in pursuing knowledge, earning a degree, finding meaningful careers, exploring diversity, and connecting with the global community. We provide students with housing, dining, health care resources, and create innovative programs that educate and inspire. We enhance the University of Arkansas experience and help students succeed, one student at a time.
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