Prof. Syeed to Receive Walter Wink Scholar-Activist Award
Associate Professor of Interreligious Education Najeeba Syeed will receive Auburn Seminary’s Third Annual Walter Wink Scholar-Activist Award at this year’s American Academy of Religion’s annual meeting.
“We’re excited to celebrate Prof. Syeed’s work and Claremont School of Theology’s commitment to being the kind of place that encourages her vocation,” said Rev. Dr. Christian Scharen, Auburn’s Vice President of Applied Research and the Center for the Study of Theological Education…read more
Center for Education, Identity, and Social Justice of University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education Features Prof. Najeeba’s Research
The Center for Education, Identity, and Social Justice of University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education is excited to announce that it has officially released A Report from the Summit on (De)Institutionalizing Islamophobia on College Campuses, which showcases highlights from the Summit on September 8th. You can find this report linked on all of their social media (@RossierJustice) which shares the website where the report is housed: socialjustice.usc.edu/research-engagement/reports
From Professor Najeeba:
“Finally had the chance to explain how self care is communal care, and why extinguishing ego is so important for activists and organizers. Honored,interviewed by Janaya Khan on my critique of selfcare.Features profound responses by Rosa Clemente Patrisse Khan-Cullors Raquel Willis as well for FLARE.”