The 2022 Tom Landy Award for superb service to Collegium was presented to Esteban Del Rio at the June colloquy. Esteban’s long service to the Collegium Board, tireless pursuit of radical hospitality, social justice and reaching out to the margins, as well as multiple stints as a mentor were among the reasons he was selected to receive the Landy Award.
On April 8, Tom Landy awarded the 2022 Visionary Award to Christina Carlson (G’00, F’17), Associate Professor of English at Iona College. A gathering of Iona students, Collegium alumni/ae and other faculty were there to celebrate the occasion, offer commendations and enjoy a lovely reception. The Collegium Board voted in the fall to honor Carlson with the award based on a nomination from her colleague Kim Paffenroth (F’18).
Collegium is pleased to announce it will fund three “catalyst” grants–now up to $5000 each for projects that advance Collegium's mission on member campuses and in broader forums. The grants can fund course development, scholarship, and workshops that advance Catholic intellectual life and bring it into dialogue with other ways of knowing. Collegium alumni/ae at Collegium member institutions are eligible to apply for the grants, and other faculty may be included in proposals as co-applicants.
Collegium is a joint effort by Collegium member 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.