Religious Studies Program
Arts and Sciences Hall 205
University of Nebraska at Omaha
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182-0298
Jessica Nutz signs on as Chaplain
Jessica Nutz Annis (2004) has been commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Army National Guard of Iowa. She will serve the Guard as a Chaplain Candidate until December when she will become a fully qualified Army Chaplain. The commissioning ceremony was held 20 February in UNO's Religious Studies Offices, ASH 205. Her husband, and fellow guardsman, 2LT Franklin Annis, officiated at the ceremony. He will leave for Iraq later this year. He is a Medical Service Corps Officer with the Nebraska National Guard and does recruiting for the guard full-time.
Meet Religious Studies faculty and students, find out about upcoming courses, and enjoy snacks. More Information
ID is now soliciting contributions for Volume II. Published once a year, the journal endeavors to bring innovation to the discussion of world affairs through a dual-editorial board process that will allow for the publishing of a broader range of material and in multiple languages. More Information
The University of Nebraska at Omaha leads a consortium of universities in excavating Bethsaida, an important city in biblical history. Each summer, faculty, students, and the general public travel to Bethsaida to continue excavations and archaeological study. Learn how you can join the dig. More Information
"Minorities, Media, and Democratization in the Contemporary Middle East" More Information
Welcome from the Chair
Welcome to the Religious Studies Program at UNO! Religion is a force in literature, art, music, politics, ethics, societal development, and economics. Through the centuries, religion has inspired progress in the battle for human rights, social justice, tolerance, and peace as well as genocide and war. An understanding of the role of religion world-wide is critical to a liberal arts education and a responsible citizenry.
Paul A. Williams, Ph.D
Chair, Religious Studies Program