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The 2021 Landy Award was presented virtually to Rob Bellin, longtime mentor and board member, by Board Chair Norah Martín, in front of an audience of colloquy participants and a group of alumni and family that gathered in person at Holy Cross.
The Collegium Board has awarded José Garcia Moreno (F'19) professor in the School of Film and Television and director of the Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination at Loyola Marymount University, as the 2021 Visionary Award recipient. We hope to be able to make the award in person in fall 2021. Meanwhile, please join us in congratulating José.
An announcement was shared with Collegium alums on Monday, November 2nd that Dr. Karen Eifler, University of Portland will be the new Executive Director of Collegium. The appointment is for a five-year term, beginning July 1, 2022. Please join us in our congratulations to Karen, and read the letter from Board Chair, Norah Martin, PhD.
Collegium’s board has made it a strategic priority to develop useful resources to encourage and support the professional development and vocational discernment of STEM faculty on our campuses, and to ensure that conversations about mission reflect the work and interests of these disciplines.
At the closing banquet for Collegium 2019, in the Great Hall on the campus she called home for many years, Esteban del Rio, Collegium’s Board Chair, awarded Sr. Eva Hooker, C.S.C. the 2019 Landy Award. The award, established by the Collegium Board in 2018, recognizes people who have contributed significantly to shaping Collegium over the years.
Group photos from the 2019 Colloquy at Saint John's University are now available for viewing and download on our Flickr page. We invite our faculty fellows and mentors to visit the site and take a look back at the colleagues they met and memories they made. To locate fellow Collegium alumni, use our Alumni Finder tool.
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Winner of the 2015 Lilly Fellows Program Book Award!
In Becoming Beholders (Liturgical Press, 2014), Collegium's Karen E. Eifler and Thomas M. Landy bring together 20 faculty — from many religious backgrounds and diverse disciplines — to share pedagogical strategies for cultivating sacramental imagination and actions.
Learn how alumni are keeping the Collegium spirit alive on their university and college campuses.
Collegium is a joint effort by 64 Catholic colleges and universities to help their faculty think creatively about ways to articulate and enrich the spiritual and intellectual life of their institutions. Learn about our Annual Colloquy for faculty, tap online resources and opportunities for scholarship, and discover how our Colloquy alumni are continuing the conversation at home.