Religion faculty take students to India, Oman, during J-term

Two members of the Comparative Religion faculty launched new study abroad programs during Winter Term 2015.

Professor Liz Wilson worked with Vaishali Raval, an associate professor of psychology, to organize a three-week program for students in India. The program focused on "Religion, Family, and Well-being in India."

Assistant professor Nathan French coordinated Miami’s inaugural "Transitions and Traditions in Oman" trip, together with Elizabeth Bergman, associate professor of Arabic. The students' itinerary included visits to museums, villages, and historic and religious centers.