Boniuk Institute sponsors academic conferences, research grants and national studies to increase religious literacy and tolerance.
Under the umbrella of the Boniuk Institute, and in direct response to the current wave of intolerance sweeping the world, Arts of Tolerance works to bring people of different faiths and backgrounds together through the power of the arts.
The Boniuk Institute, its staff, and benefactor and founder have been widely recognized for their work promoting religious understanding and pluralistic engagement.
The Boniuk Institute hosts experts and collaborates with organizations around the country to increase religious literacy and tolerance.
The Institute works to equip children, youth and adults as religiously literate global citizens through a variety of educational opportunities from curricular resources to positive parenting programs to publicly available course offerings.
The Institute supports a variety of interfaith service opportunities, including work with refugees, the homeless and victims of human trafficking.
Boniuk Institute works with a variety of on-campus organizations to provide resources to Rice community members of all faiths and no faith.
The Silkroad Ensemble kicked off a three-year residency at Rice, returning to campus throughout that time to
participate in future classroom discussions, performances and panels.
Boniuk Institute's Dr. Zahra Jamal speaks with ABC Australia about religious tolerance in Trump's America.
Boniuk Institute's Dr. Zahra Jamal recently served as a delegate to the 2018 G20 Interfaith Forum in Buenos Aires, celebrated as one of the most important interfaith activities undertaken anywhere.
Boniuk Institute congratulates Jennifer Chase of HSPVA, who was recently recognized by Humanities Texas as Outstanding Teacher of the Humanities.
As a part of Rice University, and in line with its mission, the
Institute neither engages in partisan politics nor serves as a rapid response
The Boniuk Institute for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance
6100 Main, Houston, Texas 77005-1892 | Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1892, Houston, Texas 77251-1892