Majors: Religious Studies and Psychology
Minors: Education and Asian Studies
Whether we are born into a religious family or not, religion shapes our lives. It influences our views, morals and actions, and is a foundation in our encounters with others, shaping our culture. Understanding the many religions of the world and how they merge, we can better comprehend the human psyche and realize that the majority of people are looking for the same things and work to find solutions to current events.
Well-versed in Japanese, Carly Shiever '21 is studying culture and society, and Japanese language this semester in Hikone. The program, intended for students majoring or minoring in Asian language or culture, is coordinated through the Japan Center for Michigan Universities. The international relations and Asian studies double major is also working with children at an after-school center in a Buddhist temple.Continue Reading
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456
Preparing Students to Lead Lives of Consequence.