Mentor Profiles

At the Annual Colloquy, faculty are guided through the week by experienced teachers, researchers and administrators who act as mentors, sharing their experiences, giving presentations and moderating discussions. These mentors are successful scholars in the humanities, sciences and social sciences who strive to integrate their spiritual and intellectual aspirations within the context and limits of their disciplines. Small group discussions, led by the mentors, provide an intimate setting to express concerns and questions and to examine what the church and intellectual communities might need to learn from one another.

Paul Lewis
Associate Professor of Philosophy
University of the Incarnate Word
Marianne Lloyd
Professor of Psychology
Seton Hall University
Rodger Narloch
Professor of Psychology
College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University
Doshie Piper
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
University of the Incarnate Word
Michael Salé
Assistant Professor of MIS
Stonehill College