College Overview From two-year colleges to four-year universities, ING has presented to thousands of students and faculty in Bay Area institutions of higher education. ING guest speakers are ideal for supplementing and enhancing courses in History, Religious Studies, Humanities, Education and Global Studies. Preparing students with a global education to succeed in the 21st century requires an awareness and understanding of religious diversity. ING provides these services at no charge to schools, colleges and universities. See a listing of ING’s past presentations in colleges and universities. Presentations About American Muslims and Their Faith In light of ongoing global conflicts and the threat of terrorism that have both served to increase stereotypes and misperceptions about Muslims, it is important for students to meet American Muslims face to face to counter stereotypes and bias. ING offers presentations which supplement the study of Islamic civilization and Muslim culture in the context of comparative Religions, World History, and Women’s Studies. There is no charge for these presentations. To learn more about ING’s presentations or to schedule a presentation click here. Interfaith Panels ING provides interfaith panels with representatives from the five major world religions for classes on world history, comparative religions, global studies or related subjects. Instructors an choose a panel with up to five interfaith speakers who first provide an introduction to each of their religions before addressing a topic of your choice; the Muslim and Jewish panel provides an overview of these two religions before discussing common practices and challenges as minorities in America. There is no charge for these panels. To learn more about ING’s interfaith panels or to request a panel, click here. Intercultural Panels ING provides panels of diverse speakers who examine the roots and interconnectedness of various forms of bigotry, including Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and racism against Muslims, Jews, Blacks, Latinx, Asians, Hindus, Sikhs, and Native Americans. College panels address the history and impact of colonialism, slavery, orientalism, xenophobia, and internalized bigotry, and include student group discussions and calls to action to counter prejudice and foster inclusion. There is no charge for these panels. To learn more about ING’s intercultural panels or to request a panel, click here. Additional Resources To view ING’s additional resources, click here.