carrying out the exciting mission of forming students intellectually and spiritually
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What is an Advisory Committee?
The advisory committee is made up of UI faculty and staff, community members, and current college students. Members meet once per semester to give feedback on the Rossi Center for Faith and Culture programming, give input and share resources for future programming, and promote the Rossi Center for Faith and Culture throughout University departments and the wider community.
What does the Advisory Committee do?
The committee helps to shape the topics considered and recommend speakers during early stages of the planning process each year. The advisory committee assists with outreach, helping to make resources for faith and culture available across different disciplines in the University of Iowa community and beyond. They provide communication about the Center’s activities to academic departments, cultivate faculty interest in programs, and promote activities that intersect faith with culture. Advisory Committee members contribute to the Rossi Center through their time, talent or treasure, for which we are deeply grateful!