Atheist, on Religious Campus
The intersection between atheism and religious belief is a very interesting place to be, for the psychologist of religion. Reading Atheist, on a Religious Campus can give you some good research ideas, especially from a social-psychological or a mental health perspective. If you are on a religious campus, I'd be very interested to hear how you believe an atheist would be treated there. For instance, would your campus allow the establishment of a student group so that atheists could meet together, as the article describes happening at Augsburg?