artsofrespect_2017 2018 Arts of Respect (AOR) is an annual arts festival and competition in the visual, literary, and performing arts.

Its focus is respect for humankind and to promote greater understanding of how the arts can help build more cohesive community at Drew University and beyond.

The Center on Religion Culture and Conflict invites applications for the 2018 Arts of Respect – Paul Drucker Fellowship Program. 

The application deadline is November 15, 2017.

Read about past Arts of Respect events here.


CRCC is proud to announce our new initiative;
New Neighbors School Success Service Project

The current global refugee crisis poses one of the greatest challenges of our time.  While leading nations of the world struggle to address the refugee crisis, children around the globe are being deprived of a basic human right: education.

Drew University’s Center on Religion, Culture and Conflict, together with the Center for Civic Engagement, is leading an effort to help to address this need, collecting school supplies and offering English tutoring and homework support to our new neighbors!

Drew and AGFAF Team up to Tutor

CRCC partners with Afghan Girls Financial Assistance Fund (AGFAF): Drew University undergraduate and graduate students employ a variety of web-based distance-learning tools and deliver greatly needed one-to-one coaching for the TOEFL exam. Read more


Two Drew anthropology students are currently engaged in a project to study religious diversity in the American workplace. Learn more


Learning Interfaith Leadership in Atlanta

A part of a student leadership mentoring program, CRCC sponsored 10 students in attending Interfaith Leadership Institute in Atlanta. The Drew students learned a tremendous amount at the ILI, about themselves, each other, and their relationship with their own faith tradition … continued

Drew Students at ILI in Atlanta, 2016
Drew Students at Interfaith Leadership Institute, Atlanta 2016

Global Initiatives and Partnerships

Project Yaakaar: Drew student-run service learning club in Senegal …




Building an elementary school in Uganda

Drew CLA Students share experiences during “On the Table” lunch talk series

South Africa Shortrec program at Drew with Professors Obiri Addo and Kesha Moore.

CLA conference attendees discuss “Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland.

What’s Cooking?

Cookoff!The Interfaith Chef Cookoff is a unique interfaith event, community meal, and a friendly cooking competition between Drew University student groups. Read more