Professor Cadge teaches graduate and undergraduate courses at Brandeis University and provides continuing education for healthcare professionals. At Brandeis University she won the Michael Walzer ’56 Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2008 and the Dean of Arts and Sciences Mentoring Award for Outstanding Teaching of Students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in 2012. She regularly lectures across the country.

Teaching Resources

Always eager to find new teaching resources, Cadge and colleagues are happy to share the following resources they created.

Interactive digital case studies for teaching core competencies to chaplains and spiritual care providers are here. Many more teaching resources are on the website of the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab including Spiritual Generalist Training for Healthcare Clinicians offered in partnership with Union Seminary.

Boston’s Hidden Sacred Spaces provides photographs and materials to spark thinking about how people from different religious backgrounds share space and how these settings vary by location and over time. Lesson plans are here.

A case study for teaching about multiple religious memberships is here, as part of the Case Study Project of Harvard’s Pluralism Project.

This syllabus collection can help faculty looking to integrate the study of religion into courses on other topics.

This guide might help social scientists write literature reviews.

These resources will facilitate research, teaching and learning about Waltham, MA.

And this podcast series about queer history at Brandeis University is great for sparking discussion in classrooms.

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