REL Grad School Workshop

Time is money, money is power, power is pizza and pizza is knowledge

Are you thinking about going to grad school? Do you have questions?

How do you find the right graduate program?

What’s a statement of purpose?

What’s grad school like?

Well, we have answers!!

Join us tomorrow night at 6pm in Manly 210 for our annual REL Grad School Workshop. We’ll have answers to any of your questions and PIZZA!


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About Michael Altman

Michael J. Altman is Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies. Dr. Altman's areas of interest are American religious history, theory and method in the study of religion, the history of comparative religion, and Asian religions in American culture. Overall, his research sits at the crossroads of American religious history and religious studies, using the theoretical insights of religious studies to dig deeper into what we mean by "religion" in religious history. His current research examines cultural constructions of Hinduism in 19th-century America.

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