Carnegie Mellon University

Council of Religious Students (CoRS)

The Council of Religious Students (CoRS) respects the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part.

CoRS serves religious and worldview-oriented students at CMU by fostering an inclusive and empowering faith community through initiatives that enrich connections among religious communities, build mutually inspiring relationships, and develop understanding and respect toward religious identities on campus.

Student Leadership

CoRS Grace Fieni

Grace Fieni

Director of Projects

Grace is a sophomore Carnegie Institute of Technology student majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Aside from CoRS, she is one of the co-chairs of outreach for the Society of Woman Engineers and participates in events with the Catholic Newman Club. Additionally, she likes to volunteer with the Girl Scouts in her free time. Grace has always been a promoter of interfaith activities and is excited to be the director of projects for CoRS this year.

CoRS Noah Lee

Noah Lee

Director of Outreach and Finance

Noah covers recruitment, campus-facing initiatives and advertising as the director of outreach and finance for CoRS. He attends First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh and is pursuing a degree in Computational Biology with a minor in Design for Learning. Noah enjoys learning about faith traditions, building bridges across communities and social justice work.

CoRS Roni Sosis

Roni Sosis


Roni currently serves as the chairperson of CoRS, and is passionate about interfaith work, Jewish learning and LGBT inclusion in religion. Roni is involved in Jewish student groups on campus, including Hillel JUC and Chabad. They are from Sharon, Massachusetts, and are studying creative writing and global studies.