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Saturday, September 14, 2013
Interfaith Service Initiative to launch at MSU (Mississippi State University) for Disaster Preparedness
Extract: "STARKVILLE, Miss.–Mississippi State University’s Interfaith Service Initiative represents an opportunity for people, whatever their faith, to collaboratively improve Oktibbeha County citizens’ disaster preparedness.
The university’s Interfaith Involvement Fair and Social will begin at 5 p.m. on Thursday [Sept. 12] in the second-floor lobby of Colvard Student Union. Faith-based organizations, as well as campus groups, should visit http://tinyurl.com/kkq4nbw to reserve a free table.
At 6 p.m., the Interfaith Dialogue will begin in the nearby Bill R. Foster Ballroom. Faculty members to lead the dialogue and breakout sessions include Albert Bisson, instructor of philosophy and religion; Jonathan Edelmann, assistant professor of philosophy and religion; Seth Oppenheimer, professor and director of mathematics and statistics; and Rani Sullivan, associate professor of aerospace engineering." ... The list of items for the emergency preparedness kits, as well as other information about the Interfaith Service Initiative at MSU, is available at http://mvc.msstate.edu/interfaithchallenge. continue reading
During the 2013-14 school year, Mississippi State University’s Interfaith Service initiative will bring together people of different faith backgrounds to improve the disaster preparedness of citizens of Oktibbeha County.