Cynthia Rapp Sandhu — Global Studies Mentor

Cynthia Rapp Sandhu
Department Center for Teaching Excellence
Phone 505-3525
Email sandhuc@sanjuancollege.edu

Degrees Received

B.A., History, Baker University (2003)

M.T.S., Biblical and Historical Studies, Boston University (2005)

Biography

I was born and raised in Kansas until moving to Boston, Massachusetts for graduate school at Boston University School of Theology, where my research centered on the role of religion in historical and contemporary conflicts and reconciliation.  After finishing my graduate degree, I taught English in Mexico before moving back to Boston to work in international affairs at Northeastern University.  I have completed graduate coursework in education at Northeastern University and the University of New Mexico.  My academic and professional interests include religious pluralism, interfaith and intercultural understanding, conflict resolution, education about religion, the historical context of theologies and religious expression, and international education.  I enjoy traveling and have been to over 20 foreign countries in Europe, Asia, North Africa, and Latin America.  

Courses Taught


ctx full time faculty and staff

Dr. Karen Acree
Dr. Karen Acree

Director, CTX
acreek@sanjuancollege.edu
505-566-3392
Pam Hyder
Pam Hyder

Administrative Assistant III
hyderp@sanjuancollege.edu
505-566-3387

Cynthia Rapp Sandhu — Global Studies Mentor

Cynthia Rapp Sandhu
Department Center for Teaching Excellence
Phone 505-3525
Email sandhuc@sanjuancollege.edu

Degrees Received

B.A., History, Baker University (2003)

M.T.S., Biblical and Historical Studies, Boston University (2005)

Biography

I was born and raised in Kansas until moving to Boston, Massachusetts for graduate school at Boston University School of Theology, where my research centered on the role of religion in historical and contemporary conflicts and reconciliation.  After finishing my graduate degree, I taught English in Mexico before moving back to Boston to work in international affairs at Northeastern University.  I have completed graduate coursework in education at Northeastern University and the University of New Mexico.  My academic and professional interests include religious pluralism, interfaith and intercultural understanding, conflict resolution, education about religion, the historical context of theologies and religious expression, and international education.  I enjoy traveling and have been to over 20 foreign countries in Europe, Asia, North Africa, and Latin America.  

Courses Taught


CTX Adunct Faculty

Cynthia Rapp Sandhu
Cynthia Rapp Sandhu

Global Studies Mentor
sandhuc@sanjuancollege.edu
505-3525