The mission of Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics @ UW-Madison shall be to promote the discussion of faith and religion on the UW-Madison campus. Through our services and programs AHA seeks to educate students on issues important to the secular community, and encourage the personal development of one’s religious identity.

The activities of AHA include, but are not limited to:

1)  Establishing a Secular Support Group for the secular student community and those seeking to learn about secular issues.
2)  Facilitate the personal development of individuals’ religious beliefs through the Faith Questioning service.
3)  Sponsoring educational events, inviting engaging speakers, and fostering constructive student dialogue on topics relating to religion through the Freethought Speaker Series and Freethought Festival.
4)  Collaborating with fellow religious student organizations on campus to foster a greater degree of mutual understanding between atheists and people of faith, through the Freethought Forum.
5)  To raise public awareness about the misconceptions surrounding nonbelievers, and to educate the campus community about our values, through Ask An Atheist Tabling.
6)  Participating in volunteering and service projects in order to do our part to make the UW campus and the world a better place.

1 comment:

  1. Hello, my name is Greg and I live in Rhode Island. A few months ago I started a website of deconversion stories (www.FallingFromOz.com). It's not loaded with strident rants, just individual stories from folks like you and I. I'm not using it for any monetary gain whatsoever. I just felt frustrated with the current state of things and wanted to do something positive. It's my humble attempt to further the dialogue.

    In a few short months the site has had close to 7,000 visitors from 56 countries. I thought members of your group might be interested in reading what others have submitted or contributing their story. If so feel free to visit: www.FallingFromOz.com

    I love seeing young people so engaged. Keep up the good work. We need to move toward a more rational world.