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Religion is an essential part of the humanistic studies in a liberal arts education. The study of religion is one way to establish a view of reality, and more specifically a view of the meaning of human existence as individuals and as social beings in relation to ultimate reality, however that reality is understood.
Every year the faculty members of the Department of Religion nominate those students who have excelled academically to serve as Department Fellows for the following academic year. Religion Fellows serve as Teaching Assistants in Religion courses, as Research Assistants for Religion faculty members, or in other ways to assist the work of the Religion Department.