Interim Multifaith & Muslim Advisor of William Jewett Tucker Center
Khalil Abdullah is committed to helping students connect and explore a deeper sense of understanding themselves and one another across the Dartmouth community. He works closely with Muslim students on campus to support their diverse cultural and spiritual identities while helping to strengthen their religious literacy and mutual respect for others.
Khalil is completing a master's degree in Religious Studies with a focus on Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations at Hartford Seminary, where he also worked as its Major Gifts Officer. Professionally, he's held various leadership and management roles, taught in public and private schools, and has been active in interfaith dialogue and social justice efforts in Texas and Georgia. Khalil's interests include comparative theology, religious ethics and the history of Islam in America, with a focus on the African-American Muslim experience.
Contact Chaplain Abdullah
His email is Khalil.R.Abdullah@Dartmouth.edu