Giving to Religious Studies, and specifying how you want your gift to be used, can be done in a number of ways.
Gifts to the endowed Religious Education Fund allow us to contribute to private scholarships and fellowships, attracting promising students to campus. They enable us to bring exciting writers and scholars to speak to students and colleagues. Your gifts support faculty recruitment, graduate fellowships, undergraduate enrichment, and outreach.
Scholarships + Fellowships + Funds
The department has established a named endowment fund in honor of an exemplary emeriti professor: the Devonia and Steve Stein Fellowship in the Study of American Religions. This is a graduate fellowship, specifically for the study of religion in America.
The Katherine A. Cunningham Graduate Research Fund provides support to religious studies graduate students seeking to deepen and expand their scholarship through attendance at scholarly conferences; archival or ethnographic research; or other activities requiring travel and/or time.
The Todd Sullivan Memorial Fellowship is an endowed graduate students fellowship that supports incoming and/or continuing graduate students enrolled in the Department of Religious Studies.
The Ethics, Philosophy, and Politics Graduate Fellowship endowment supports graduate fellowships for students who exhibit considerable promise and distinction in ethics, philosophy, and politics in the study of religion.
Your support makes a difference
We invite you to support our efforts, encouraging dedicated work in the study of religion. With imagination, dedication, and the support of our friends, the possibilities are limitless.