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NetVUE: A Theological Exploration of Vocation Initiative

The Council of Independent Colleges has established an initiative to foster theological and intellectual exploration of vocation across campus communities. The Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education, known as NetVUE, organizes gatherings of senior administration and faculty leaders to learn from one another about integrating vocational discernment as a spiritual exercise into curricular and extracurricular activities. In an interview conducted by Tracy Schier, Shirly Roels, the CIC senior adviser for NetVUE, explains the initiative and the impact the program is having on campus culture and student experience. The interview transcript is housed on the website of Resources for American Christianity, a site devoted to providing Christian communities, scholars and others with a better understanding of the impact, trends and trajectories of Christianity in American society.



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