Director: Beth Hassel, PBVM, D.Min.
Location: Corr Hall, Room 4
The Center for Faith and Learning provides opportunities for students and faculty to explore the vocation of the mind and the depths of the Spirit in the way of Augustine, who searched for knowledge in the context of community. The Center promotes critical inquiry among friends who enter into dialogue dedicated to the integration of faith and learning, the hallmark of Augustinian pedagogy.
The Center for Faith and Learning is rooted in the Catholic/Christian intellectual tradition and is a place where transformative, intellectual life is in dialogue with all faith traditions.
We are pleased to acknowledge that the Center for Faith and Learning Faculty Dialogue Luncheon program during the '13-'14 academic year is underwritten in part by a grant from the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts Small Grant program
*Please note earlier start time to coincide more conveniently with Tuesday class schedule
For detailed information including names of faculty presenters, check the "Past Contributors" page under the Faculty Dialogue Luncheons page.
The formation process for the '14-'15 community of faculty Mentors and student Scholars (freshmen who will then be rising sophomores) is now underway. Both the Mentor application (deadline 2/14/14) and Scholar application (deadline 3/12/14) are posted on those respective pages on the right hand side. Please feel free to contact us at the Center for more information or to answer any questions you may have.
VILLANOVA, Pa. - The Center for Faith and Learning at Villanova University has been awarded $3,000 from the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts Small Grant program. A Center within the Office for Mission & Ministry, this is the first grant the Center for Faith and Learning has received.
The Center for Faith and Learning offers a number of programs for students and faculty. This grant will be used in support of the “Faculty Dialogue Luncheons” program. This program, which began in the 2011-2012 academic year, offers faculty the opportunity to gather at four times each semester to share a meal and to dialogue on key topics surrounding faith, teaching and Augustinian community....
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