Boniuk Institute founder Dr. Milton Boniuk was the 2016 Recipient of the National Humanitarian Award from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA.
Boniuk Institute Associate Director Dr. Zahra Jamal explores what it means for American-born and immigrant Ismailis to be a member of the "American Ismaili Muslim community".
Dr. Zahra Jamal was recognized for excellence in pluralism and interfaith work by Canadian Senator Mobina Jaffer.
The work of the Institute, its staff and founder and benefactor have been featured in numerous publications, both locally and internationally.
Dr. Gayle Pagnoni discusses religious literacy, tolerance and secondary outreach.
Boniuk Institute is collaborating with Chicken Soup for the Soul's Hidden Heroes and will soon be highlighted in their inspirational and educational video programming of interest to teenage audiences.
As a partner of Karen Armstrong's Charter for Compassion, Boniuk Institute works to supply resources, information and communication platforms to help
create and support religiously literate and compassionate communities, institutions, and networks.
The Boniuk Institute and founder Dr. Milton Boniuk were profiled in this 2016 editorial by A Plus.
Boniuk Institute Program Director Dr. Gayle Pagnoni has been named by the Newseum Institute's Religious Freedom Center as a member of the national Religion and Education Collaborative Stering Committee.
Boniuk Institute Associate Director Dr. Zahra Jamal was named Rice University representative to President Barack Obama;s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge by the US Department of Education.
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