Outside the Classroom Learning
Religious Studies Student Association (RSSA)
RSSA is a UNO student organization sponsored by the Religious Studies Department to encourage and foster the academic interest in studying religion.
We provide a forum for students to discuss religion, spirituality, current event and trends in the academic study of religion. We promote the awareness of various topics dealing with religion and spirituality. RSSA is open to all UNO student, faculty and community members interested in discussing religion. RSSA will connect you with other like-minded individuals, keep you up-dated on current trends in the study of religion and inform you of possibly opportunities to learn more about religion.
Learn more about RSSA.
Religious Studies students at UNO created a campaign with Ravel/ Unravel, a portrait of religious diversity at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Ravel/ Unravel is a multimedia exploration of the tapestry of spiritual and religious identities that make up our communities hosted by Project Interfaith. The project hopes to ignite a movement for people to openly and respectfully learn, talk and share about topics which are typically taboo but often define our interactions and experiences as humans: identity, religion, spirituality and culture.
Please explore their website, watch video interviews and upload your own, comment on and share your favorite videos via social media, and use discussion guides and educational resources.
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