To support scholarly research by faculty in all disciplines on topics concerned with, or connected to, Catholic thought and culture.
To encourage the development of undergraduate and graduate courses concerned with, or connected to, Catholic thought and culture in order to increase student engagement with Catholic ideas, issues, and applications in a variety of discipline.
Le Xuan, Hy, Ph.D.“Cultural Psychology of Religion: Practice and Research Associate Professor, Psychology, Arts and SciencesDavid Madsen, Ph.D.“Greco-Roman and Judaic World 200 BCE–200 CE”Associate Professor, History, Arts and SciencesJeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D.“Holocaust and the Christian World”Professor, Theology and Religious Studies, Arts and Sciences
John Dienhart, Ph.D., Albers School of Business & EconomicsSusan Jackels, Ph.D., College of Science & EngineeringMichael Raschko, Ph.D., School of Theology & MinistryJeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D., College of Arts & SciencesDavid Leigh, SJ, Ph.D., College of Arts & SciencesCatherine Punsalan-Manlimos, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences
For questions or more information contact Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, at 206-296-5316 or email@example.com.