"I get excited as I think about how Luther students in all areas can continue their learning in experiential ways via the Rochester Hub. Though my teaching is primarily in the Religion Department, I also teach courses in our interdisciplinary environmental studies and Paideia programs. Studying in a city with extensive religious diversity and unprecedented levels of anticipated growth, Luther students will have an excellent opportunity to explore the challenges of interfaith engagement and urban planning. Likewise, I can't imagine a better place than Rochester to teach a Paideia 450 course on Ethical Choices in Healthcare."
- Jim Martin-Schramm, professor of religion and director of Luther's Center for Sustainable Communities