Virtual Information Session: College and University Chaplaincy
Join us for the third in a series of sessions on Professional Careers in Chaplaincy on Nov. 12, 2019, at 7 p.m. EST.
Hear from chaplains who have been working in the field of College and University Chaplaincy.
Nisa Muhammad is a graduate of Hartford Seminary’s 72 credit Islamic Chaplaincy Program. She currently serves as the Assistant Dean for Religious Life at Howard University.
Amir Duric is a graduate of Hartford Seminary’s 72 credit Islamic Chaplaincy Program. He currently serves as chaplain at Syracuse University and has served as Imam of the Islamic Community North American Bosniaks.
To register, please complete the following form. We will send you instructions on how to access the virtual information session via Zoom Conference.