Inter-Religious Council


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Description

Convened and appointed by the Dean of Religious Life, the Inter-Religious Council (IRC) is the Atlanta-campus undergraduate student council of representatives of all recognized religious and philosophical student organizations (RPSOs) and is intended to build a positive pluralistic campus climate around religious and philosophical diversity.

Each Atlanta campus RPSO is required to send one representative, who is also a board member of their RPSO. The Dean also allows for a number of at-large representatives who are students from traditions without an RPSO or who have a strong interest in interfaith leadership to be part of the council as well.

Mission

Emory IRC’s mission is to build and sustain a healthy religiously pluralistic campus climate by (1) networking our RPSO communities, (2) growing as a community in religious literacy and interfaith leadership, dialogue, and action skills, and (3) serving the larger campus/community through initiatives and programs.

For more information, please contact religiouslife@emory.edu.


2022-2023 IRC Representatives:

Adventist Christian Fellowship: Sartiani Suatmi Bili

Beloved Community: Jonna Austin

Bread Coffeehouse: Caroline McCormack

Catholic Student Union: Matthea Boon

Chabad: TBD

Collegiate Black Christians: Ema Perez

Emory Buddhist Club: Albert Terc ,  Jasmine Mahadumrongkul

Emory Christian Fellowship: Ema Perez

Emory In Via: Ulia Ahn

Emory Wesley: TBD

Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Jalen Nixon

Grace House: TBD

Hillel: Payton Malone

Hindu Students Association: Rishab Bhatt,  Tanvi Rudraraju

Holistic Hub:

MEOR: Adina Peck

Missional Community (SALT)Aviel Rodriquez

Muslim Students Association: Naji Algaal, Sarah Idris , Suad Mumin, Bilal Zaidi

Reformed University Fellowship: Stephen Adams

Ukirk (PCUSA): Chloe Wegrzynowicz

Voices of Inner Strength Gospel Choir: Jonna Austin

At LargeAlexia Marriott

At LargeElla Morgen

At LargeMJ Brown

At Large: Alysha Posternak