Collegium alumni/ae, administrators and faculty new to Collegium gathered at St. Catherine University in June to examine the state of Catholic higher education today, to consider our future work, and to provide a chance for alumni/ae to re-engage with Collegium. Photos from the “Pause at 25” conference are available for viewing and download on our Flickr page.
Group photos from the 2018 Colloquy at the College of the Holy Cross 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.
On February 8th, Una Cadegan, longtime Collegium committee member and mentor, was awarded the 2018 Visionary Award. Collegium Director, Tom Landy presented her with the citation below at a ceremony followed by a celebration with members of the University of Dayton campus.
Thomas M. Landy, Ph.D., director and founder of Collegium, received the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) Presidents’ Distinguished Service Award for personal service of exceptional quality to Catholic higher education. The award was given at the opening of the ACCU's Annual Conference, January 28, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
“How can I foster the mission of Catholic higher education within my own work and within my institution?” This is the question I brought home from my first experience with Collegium more than a decade ago. Although I went on to serve as a mentor and board member for Collegium for a number of years, this question continued to haunt me. After every Collegium experience, I felt uplifted and I renewed my commitment to more meaningfully integrate a Catholic perspective in my own work and to more openly push the conversation of mission integration at my home institution, the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University.
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.