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Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations

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  • The Gladys Sakowich Campus Center, the heart of campus activities.
    The Gladys Sakowich Campus Center, the heart of campus activities.
  • Mendel Center and the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge.
    Mendel Center and the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge.
  • Students are often seen studying in the McQuade Library, a favorite spot on campus.
    Students are often seen studying in the McQuade Library, a favorite spot on campus.
  • Whether it’s winter, spring, or anything in between, Merrimack’s beautiful campus is enjoyed by all.
    Whether it’s winter, spring, or anything in between, Merrimack’s beautiful campus is enjoyed by all.
  • Aerial shot of the Academic Quad.
    Aerial shot of the Academic Quad.
  • The Collegiate Church of Christ the Teacher is the spiritual center of the Merrimack College community.
    The Collegiate Church of Christ the Teacher is the spiritual center of the Merrimack College community.
  • The resident dining hall, Sparky’s Place, offers a variety of nutritious meals for students and faculty.
    The resident dining hall, Sparky’s Place, offers a variety of nutritious meals for students and faculty.

Aldebran Longabaugh-Burg

Assistant Director

Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations

Deb is thrilled to have a vocation that is fulfilling, interesting, and impactful. She is a magna cum laude graduate in art history from Boston College, and has varied, creative, and successful work history in business, the arts, and higher education. Landing at Merrimack College in 2003 and working in interfaith relations with students, community members, and global leaders is a true blessing.

Her commitment to diversity education and understanding extends to her volunteer activities as well. Deb is a proud PFLAG mom and co-facilitator of the local PFLAG support group for parents of transgender and gender non-conforming kids, and occasionally speaks on LGBT+ issues at workshops and conferences. She is also on the board of her congregation, Havurat Shalom of Andover, and on the board of Welcoming Faiths of the Merrimack Valley.

Deb is a member of the Merrimack Valley chapter of the Daughters of Abraham women’s interfaith book group, committed to building relationships and respect among the three Abrahamic religions; and a member of the PAUSE Committee of the North Reading Public Schools, which focuses on social and emotional education and development of students.