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The Duke Interreligious Scholars Program provides a context for students of multiple religious and nonreligious identities to build relationships, work on social issues of shared concern, connect their (non)religious identities with civic life and their professional goals, and increase their religious and interreligious literacy. The program combines curricular and co-curricular opportunities with intentional living, service, and social action. Visit the website for more information.