Posts tagged ‘Matthew Sayers’

Dr. Sayers Completes Blog Series

Dr. Matthew R. Sayers, professor of religion, recently completed a series of blogs on Vocation Matters, a blog hosted by the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE). In the four-post series, he discusses the challenges of seeking truth and understanding in contemporary American culture by focusing on themes of history, diversity, truth, and empathy. 

Dr. Sayers’s Post Published on Vocation Matters

Dr. Sayers’s Post Published on Vocation Matters

Dr. Matthew Sayers, professor of religion, shared the “Twelve Ground Rules for Dialogue on Difference,” on the blog Vocation Matters. His piece reflects on dialogue across difference.  

Dr. Sayers Writes on History of Vocational Reflections

Dr. Matthew R. Sayers, professor of religion, wrote a blog post regarding the importance of history in vocational reflections. His thoughts were published on Vocation Matters, a blog hosted by the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE).