Comparative study of religions Faculty Dr. Diana Coleman and Dunja Jelesijevic brought the study of world religions into our local Flagstaff community this past week during a visit to Flagstaff High School. They gave a team lecture to 5 separate sections of World History students as they finish up their unit on World Religions. They encouraged the students (currently sophomores) to learn about the many reasons that NAU might be a good fit for them, talk about our new HSI designation, and share some of the many sources of support NAU offers to first-generation students and students from historically excluded groups. Dr. Coleman and Dr. Jelesijevic gave a vibrant and engaging presentation that emphasized the importance of religious literacy in work, politics, community, etc. as well as the inside scoop on the fantastic things happening in the College of Arts and Letters. Learn more about the comparative study of religions focus in our degree programs and about the comparative study of religions faculty on the CCS website.