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Amir Durić, Imam for the Syracuse Muslim community, focusses his doctoral research on the impact that accommodations such as flexible space and scheduling for daily worship have on Muslim student success.

By Brian Konkol, Syracuse University 

One of the many joys of my role as Dean of Hendricks Chapel is the opportunity to guide and support nine chaplaincies, each of which includes dynamic chaplains that serve Syracuse University by drawing from their various traditions and practices to build community, explore belief, provide guidance, lead rituals, facilitate cooperation, and offer unconditional care. 

The following article features our Muslim Chaplain at Syracuse University, Imam Amir Durić, and highlights his remarkable ability to embody the Hendricks Chapel mission by leading in service to our common good through religious, spiritual, moral, and ethical life.

Imam Durić and I both arrived at Syracuse University in 2017, and not only has he made Hendricks Chapel better, but he has made me better, and for it all I am left humbled and honored. Thank you, Imam Durić!

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