Office of Religious Life UAF

Fellowship Description

Under the supervision of the Associate Dean of Religious Life, the UAF Fellow would be responsible for communicating information about the diverse programs and events hosted by the ORL and the Chapel. The fellow would be expected to consult with the other staff members of the ORL to develop communication and programmatic strategies for these various initiatives and execute these tasks.

The UAF fellow would therefore perform a wide range of duties in the following areas: partner/student outreach, media content development, website management, program development, program documentation, student supervision, email communications, and special events.

Additionally, the ORL Communications and Program Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing and organizing a number of annual programs, including the Faith-Based Internship summer program, Hidden Chaplains, and a large ORL conference with rotating themes per year. Past conferences have included ‘Seeking Refuge: Faith-Based Approaches to Forced Migration’ and ‘Christianity and White Supremacy: Heresy and Hope.’

Furthermore, the accepted candidate would have the flexibility and freedom to pursue their own self-initiated projects with guidance from the Associate Dean of Religious Life. Past projects have included the #PrincetonSoulStories Instagram series, the Hidden Chaplains Stairwell Gallery and videos for the Religion and Forced Migration Initiative website.

UAF Mentor

Matthew C. Weiner
Associate Dean in the Office of Religious Life
University Administrative Fellowship Mentor

Matthew C. Weiner, Ph.D. is an Associate Dean in the Office of Religious Life. He oversees many programs including the Religious Life Council, Hidden Chaplains, and Faith Based Internships. He is the Principal Investigator (with Stanley N. Katz) for the Religion and Forced Migration Initiative, funded in part by the Henry Luce Foundation. He leads Live Music Meditation in partnership with Princeton University Concerts.

Current & Former UAF Fellows & Mentors

Avery Agles, GS, CBE
University Administrative Fellow
Jonathan Aguirre *22, SPO
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Participant, American Higher Ed & Ethics of AI Learning Cohorts & Professional Development Working Group Member
Clio Hall Award Recipient
Kimberly Akano, GS, REL
University Administrative Fellow
Mai Alkhamissi, GS, ANT
Community College Teaching Fellow
University Administrative Fellow
Genevieve Allotey-Pappoe, GS, MUS
University Administrative Fellow
Social Impact Fellow
Ellen Ambrosone
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Anna Arabindan-Kesson
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