Lambert, professor and president emeritus, has been named a Senior Fellow for Religious Pluralism of the Aspen Institute's Inclusive America Project and the Interfaith Youth Core.
Leo M. Lambert, professor and president emeritus, has been named as one of nine senior fellows for religious pluralism by the Inclusive America Project of the Aspen Institute and the Interfaith Youth Core.
The Inclusive America Project, launched by the Aspen Institute in 2012, is a high-level project focused on enhancing religious pluralism by building resilient communities and fighting hate. Interfaith Youth Core is a national nonprofit organization working toward a country where people of different faiths, worldviews and traditions can bridge differences and find common values to build a shared life together.
As a fellow, Lambert will advise about how to incorporate discussion about faith as an integral component of fostering civic engagement and building a strong civil society.