In the Spotlight
Faculty Publication Upcoming in Quarterly Journal
Dr. John Bequette, Associate Professor of Theology, has had an article accepted for publication. It is titled “Theological Identity and Narrative Imagination: Narrative Theology in Newman’s Apologia and Loss and Gain.” It will be published in the Downside Review.
Servus Omnium 2014
Registration for the 2014 Servus Omnium Lecture by Mr. James Berlucchi will open on November 15, 2013 at Eventbrite. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Dr. Lance Richey at 260-399-81112 or email@example.com.
2013-2014 Philosophy/Theology Lecture Series, Sr. Elise Kriss, Sr. Anita Holzmer, Sr. Felicity Dorsett, and Sr. Jacinta Krecek, The Relevance of Mother Thereisa Bonzel and Her Beatification, Gunderson Auditorium at 3 pm
|12/8/13||2013-2014 Philosophy/Theology Lecture Series, Dr. Earl Kumfer, Duns Scotus, Architect of the Immaculate Conception, Gunderson Auditorium at 3 pm
Inspiring careers and vocations. From student-directed undergraduate research in the Bahamas to examinations of timeless ideas from the great minds of the past, the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Saint Francis is a great place to learn and grow. Rooted in the Franciscan values, the school affords opportunities for students to learn from faculty who are experts in their fields—education that results in consistently placing graduates in full-time employment or graduate school. Find yourself here, at the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Saint Francis.
Why the University of Saint Francis and the School of Arts and Sciences?
Listen to Dr. Larry Wiedman, Professor of Biology and Director of the undergraduate Environmental Science program, discuss the success of the environmental science program and the vast array of job opportunties available to environmental science students.
Listen to Julie, a Theology and Ministry student from the Department of Philosophy and Theology, share what brought her to USF and her experiences as part of the School of Arts and Sciences.