2024 Academic Affairs Awards and Recognition

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Academic Affairs Awards and Recognition


Department Chair / Program Director Term Completions

Thank you to the following faculty who have completed their appointed term and have dedicated the last three years as department chair or program director.

Whitney Court

Don Fischer

Amy Grinsteiner

Bob Kachelski

Jean Keller

Deborah Pembleton

Beth Wengler

Joint Faculty Senate Chair Term Completion Carrie Hoover

Dr Carrie Hoover served as chair of the Joint Faculty Assembly and Senate during a period of transitioning and possibilities for the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University As Vice Chair of the Assembly and Senate and Chair of the Coordinating Committee for Academic Policies and Standards (CCAPS) in 2022-23 Dr Hoover served as a strong advocate of faculty during the Academic Program Prioritization (APP) process She has been especially attentive to concerns about faculty morale as the campus community emerged from the APP this year

As she continued working on behalf of faculty in the strategic visioning process, first helping to develop strategic planning initiatives and then as an integral part of the strategic academic innovations process, Dr. Hoover’s calm yet decisive demeanor has served well to represent faculty interests in curricular development.

As chair of the assembly, Carrie has been patient, inclusive and empathetic while being meticulous and efficient. She has been particular in representing faculty concerns to the Provost and Associate Provost and worked hard to ensure communication between the faculty and the administration. Her efforts to understand issues at a detailed level has resulted in a smooth process of faculty governance during the year and behind those well-run meetings was effective planning and hours of hard work.

Thank you Carrie!


Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor

Tenure and Promotion to Professor

Peter Ohmann Pedro dos Santos

Promotion to Professor

Kari-Shane Davis Zimmerman Rachel Melis

Fostering a Culture of Belonging

The following faculty completed Fostering a Culture of Belonging, an 8-week national development opportunity during the 2023-24 academic year. This course, sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE), equips participants with actionable practices they can immediately implement to contribute to whole-campus reform and ensure all students and colleagues feel seen, heard, and valued. Participants can earn digital badges that can be added to your CV, used in portfolios, and displayed on LinkedIn.

Boz Bostrom, Professor of Accounting and Finance

Emily Esch, Professor of Philosophy

Peter Ohmann, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Paul Schumacher, Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Steve Schwarz, Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Business Leadership

Vijay Srinivas Tida, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Laura Taylor, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning & Associate Professor of Theology


Special Appointments

Marie and Robert Jackson Professorship of Education


he Marie and Robert Jackson Professorship of Education was started in 2005 through a generous gift from Patricia Jackson Larson and Dale Larson. The Larsons’ gift created the first professorship established at the College of Saint Benedict. Patricia was a proud Saint Ben’s graduate from the Class of 1962 who majored in Elementary Education. This fund is named in honor of Patricia’s parents and is intended to honor all parents who send their daughters to the College of Saint Benedict. The purpose of the Marie and Robert Jackson Professorship is to recognize excellence in the field of education and to provide support for the leadership of the CSB and SJU Education program. Dr. Theresa Johnson will assume the Marie and Robert Jackson Professorship of Education this fall. This will be the second time that Dr. Johnson has held this professorship, with her first appointment from 20182020.

Dr. Johnson received her undergraduate degree from the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University and her masters degree and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota with a major in curriculum and instruction and a minor in social studies education. She joined the education department in 2009, teaching social studies pedagogy classes, introductory education courses, and general education courses. Dr. Johnson’s departmental service record is extensive. She is currently the education department chair, unit lead, social science program director, and a member of the education department’s assessment committee, admission committee, curriculum planning committee, and pedagogy committee. She is also leading the department’s reaccreditation efforts.

Dr. Johnson’s work as a teacher and a scholar supports diversity, equity, and inclusion work in education. Most recently, Dr. Johnson’s scholarship focuses on using diverse children’s literature to foster empathy and understanding, particularly in rural communities. She was the principal investigator for a Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad grant entitled “Connecting Across Languages and Cultures in Bosnia and Herzegovina: An Immersive Curriculum Development Experience for Educators” and led the program in 2023-2024, led a short-term study abroad trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2015, and created courses focusing on education and healing in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She also was a co-PI for a Central Minnesota Community Foundation grant focusing on literacy.


Special Appointments

and Virginia Clemens Chair in Economics and the Liberal Arts

m E. and Virginia Clemens Chair in Economics and the Liberal Arts a faculty member’s contribution to economics and the liberal arts. rings prominent economists to campus to speak on the relationship cs to other academic disciplines and to address contemporary uis Johnston will begin serving as the Clemens Chair in Fall 2024.

on has served on the faculty in the Economics Department at CSB nce 1997. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota and earned his MA and PhD from the University of California, Berkley. Dr. Johnston specializes in macroeconomics, economic history, and the connections between economic policy and economic history. His most recent projects focus on analyzing the evolution of Minnesota’s economy and how Minnesota became “above average” since World War II. He has taught a variety of courses including Introduction to Economics, Financial Institutions and Markets, American Economic History, International Economic History, Macroeconomic Theory, Economic Growth, and Dynamic Macroeconomics. He has mentored many students in economics research projects.

He has contributed to two important economics textbooks, Principles of Economics and Principles of Microeconomics, both by Robert H. Frank and Ben S. Bernanke.

He is a public scholar, writing a column on economics and the economy for MinnPost and is a frequent guest on Minnesota Public Radio, WCCO Radio, and Twin Cities Public Television. He has been interviewed and quoted by the St. Cloud Times, Minneapolis StarTribune, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Bloomberg News, Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Marketplace, CNN, Minnesota News Network, and other media.

Louis Johnston

Special Appointments

John and Lois Welshons Professorship of English

The John and Lois Welshons Professorship of English recognizes the talents of an outstanding English faculty member, enabling its recipient to engage in significant scholarship, pedagogy, or service

The John and Lois Welshons Professorship of English recipient is Dr Rachel Marston

Dr Rachel Marston has been on our faculty since 2013 She serves as a faculty member in the English Department She also has served as either the faculty director or associate director of the Literary Arts Institute since 2015 Under her leadership LAI has brought nationally and internationally known writers and poets to our campuses for lectures, workshops, and residencies In her time working with the LAI, she has worked carefully with numerous faculty and groups on campus to help expand the reach of our author’s visits to a wider array of students and look forward to continuing that work

She teaches courses in writing and literature, engaging students with the written word and helping them to see the importance of the literary arts plays in shaping our understanding of the world She is very active in service and governance, serving on many committees, as editor of Headwaters, and faculty co-advisor for Studio One (our student literary journal)

She is a published fiction writer as well as a published scholar She will use the professorship to resume work to revise her novel

Rachel Marston

Special Appointments

Ralph Gross Chair in Business and the Liberal Arts

Ralph Gross (SJU ’65) was known to his employees as an ethical businessperson and a quiet and humble business leader The Ralph Gross Chair in Business and the Liberal Arts was established to bring focus on business and the liberal arts

The Ralph Gross Chair in Business and the Liberal Arts recipient is Kingshuk Mukherjee

Professor Kingshuk Mukherjee is the Department Chair and Associate Professor in the Global Business Leadership He has been here at CSB and SJU since 2008 His major area of focus is Global Supply Chain Management His areas of research include Global Supply Chain Management, Sourcing, Logistics, International Business, Strategy, and Experiential Learning Professor Mukherjee has published, attended, and presented over 30 articles, papers and more in the USA and abroad His opinions and interviews have been published at St Cloud Times, Star Tribune and other outlets including international newspapers

He has received the Leadership Award from MBAA for the Academy of International Business, Midwest Chapter He is a member of various boards, such as the Emerging Technology division of Advanced Textiles Association, Thakur Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai India, and Bright Global Futures, MN Mukherjee is the current President of Association of International Business Research and Practice

Kingshuk Mukherjee

Academic Advisor Award

The Academic Advisor of the Year Award was established in 1985 It is awarded to two faculty and/ or professional advisors who have distinctly contributed to the advising program, as well as to individual student development and growth throughout the academic year Faculty and professional advisors at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University are eligible for this award The 2024 Advising Award recipients are Nelsy Echavez-Solano and Don Fischer.

Nelsy Echavez-Solano

Nelsy is noted by colleagues as person who will not only go out of her way to meet with students, but she will also go to the other campus and walk to from office to office helping her advisee to meet and access the other offices that are there to help them explore their interests, complete paperwork, or get a registration hold lifted One of her advisee remarked, “As an out-of-state student, the challenges can be both educational and emotional, especially in a new environment without connections Nelsy made this foreign place feel like home, offering support without judgment ” Another advisee states, “Her dedication to creating a sense of belonging and community here, embodying the Benedictine values with every step she takes, is something that doesn’t go unnoticed She doesn’t just talk about making a difference; she lives it, actively engaging with CSB and SJU First Gen and cultural clubs, showing us all what it means to care deeply about the people around you But what really sets Nelsy apart is her ability to inspire us to reach for the stars ” Thank you to Nelsy for being a shining example of a caring and knowledgeable faculty advisor


Academic Advisor Award

In presenting this award we are acknowledging a our first Three-time recipient of this award. Don could truly win this award every year. Even in the years that he is not eligible, Don receives multiple nominations for this award. This year, one nominator said, “Don cares deeply about each one of his students and advisee, which is evident in the time he dedicates to help us succeed in and out of the classroom. He is always available via meeting or email and is determined to solve any problem that may arise. Don is incredibly well connected and respected by both current students and alumni who credit much of their success to his advising and mentorship.” Another advisee remarked, “Donald has shown me and other Exercise and Health Science (EXHS) majors he advises a tremendous amount of effort to help us achieve our academic and career goals. In every meeting I have had with Donald, he has known what classes I have been taking, and he already knew the classes I would need to take. This is not just the case for me, but I believe the rest of the EXHS majors also ” And another, “Don continuously reaches out to make sure my classes are going well and even offers me additional studying tips and resources when I am in need He even helped me connect with CSB and SJU alumni to set up my internship, which I am very grateful for ” Other advisee frequently used words like caring, thoughtful, knowledgeable, challenging, and Benedictine ” Thank you Don for all you do!


The Sister Linda Kulzer Gender Educator Award

The Gender Education Development Award was established in 2008 and was later renamed in honor of Sister Linda Kulzer, OSB This award recognizes a member of the CSB and SJU faculty who has contributed to students’ gender education through curricular leadership, courses taught, scholarship, and/or mentoring students independent of normal classroom teaching Sister Linda, CSB’s Vice President for Academic Affairs from 1977-85 and a Professor Emerita of Education, was a pioneer in the colleges’ earliest efforts to integrate gender into the curriculum The 2024 Sister Linda Kulzer Gender Educator Award recipient is DR Pedro dos Santos Pedro dos Santos

Dr. dos Santos has made significant contributions to gender education through his research, mentoring, teaching, and professional service since joining CSB and SJU in 2018. Pedro’s research agenda focuses on women's political representation and empowerment. Since 2018, he has co-authored one book, five scholarly journal articles, three book chapters, and three book reviews related to gender issues. He was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award and spent the summers of 2022 & 2023 researching institutional dynamics and women’s representation.

A particularly impressive aspect of Pedro’s research are the numerous ways Pedro has actively engaged CSB and SJU students in gender scholarship This includes but isn’t limited to engaging in high impact research with students through the Summer Collaborative Research Project in 2019 & 2021 and twice through the Emerging Scholars Program He coauthored a paper written with three students over three years, which was presented at two conferences and published in Frontiers in Political Science Pedro has gone out of his way to give students access to his scholarly collaborators, enriching campus academic life by bringing international gender researchers to campus as guest speakers and zooming them into his classroom

He has mentored students in many important ways For example, he holds weekly office hours at the Multicultural Center, making himself available to students on both campuses and being an important, visible, mentor for BIPOC and Q+ students; he served on the advisory board of the Men's Development Institute and now Johnnie Development Institute; he’s an advisor for the Exploring Latin American Cultures Club and in the fall of 2023, helped ELAC students organize a public event to process the controversy surrounding the use of a sombrero by members of a CSB team Pedro’s consistent presence and willingness to share his knowledge and experiences makes him an important role model for all our students

Pedro’s development of Global Gender issues and Race, Gender, and Inequality in Brazil have both strengthened the course offerings of Gender Studies and Political Science, while his integration of intersectional gender concerns into his other Political Science and Integrations courses ensures that students from across campus learn to adopt an intersectional gender lens in their analyses of world events and the liberal arts

Pedro is an important advocate for gender concerns within his professional organizations, serving as a Member of the Midwest Political Science Association Committee on the Status of Gender and Sexual Minorities in Political Science; co-chair of the International Political Science Association Gender Politics and Policy Research Committee, and on the Editorial Board of Politics & Gender Pedro’s impressive research, on and off campus gender leadership, and his generous mentoring of students makes him highly deserving of this year’s Sr Linda Kulzer Gender Educator Award Congratulations Pedro!


Linda Mealey Faculty/Student Collaborative Research and Creativity Award

The Teacher/Scholar Award was established in 2000 and is given annually to a faculty member who exemplifies demonstrated excellence in scholarship as well as teaching, conducts student/faculty collaborative research or creative work, and excels in the mentoring of students. In 2004, following the untimely death of Dr. Linda Mealey, Professor of Psychology and 2002 recipient of the award, it was re-named the Linda Mealey Faculty/Student Collaborative Research and Creativity Award in her honor. Linda believed that “learning is fun” and that simple pleasure was the driving force behind her considerable efforts to involve students in research.

The 2024 S. Linda Mealey Faculty/Student Collaborative Research and Creativity Award recipient is Ed McIntee.

Dr. Edward McIntee has been teaching in the chemistry department for 23 years and has been conducting research with our students for more than two decades. He has mentored an impressive eighty-eight student researchers in several areas of chemistry including drug development. Many of these students have presented at national and regional American Chemical Society conferences, and to date, five have published their work in peer reviewed journals as co-authors with Ed. Dr. McIntee has given our students valuable opportunities to collaborate with other scientists and expose them to large research labs like the University of Minnesota Center for Drug Design.

While experience in academic research is invaluable, Ed has also made it a priority to prepare our students for careers in the science industry. His research students have had the opportunity to explore local industries such as Medtronic, 3M, and the St. Cloud wastewater treatment so that they could see chemistry in action outside of the traditional lab and classroom experience. Ed’s research is deeply integrated into his courses both in terms of area of expertise as well as emphasis on teaching scholarship He establishes and mentors the importance and application of research as scholarship in science in his courses Ed McIntee has devoted substantial time and effort to consistently mentor many students while incorporating scholarship into his teaching From a former Johnnie and current medicinal chemist: “Through all of his expertise and dedication, Dr McIntee proves that CSB and SJU students can have the big opportunities and individual attention promised”. Ed McIntee is highly deserving of the 2024 Linda Mealey Faculty-Student Collaborative Research and Creativity Award.

Congratulations, Ed!


Catholic Benedictine Educator Award

The Catholic Benedictine Educator Award recognizes creative engagement between the Catholic Benedictine tradition and teaching throughout the curriculum This award affirms a CSB and SJU faculty member whose exemplary teaching successfully integrates the Catholic Benedictine tradition with courses in their academic discipline and/or the Integrations Curriculum

The recipient of the 2024 Catholic Benedictine Educator Award is Professor J Scott Johnson.

As a political science professor who began teaching at CSB and SJU thirty-two years ago, Scott Johnson has creatively and consistently integrated Catholic social thought and the Benedictine tradition into his teaching on campus and overseas. In 1999, Scott directed the Greco-Roman program and was the first professor to take his students to Subiaco to visit Benedict’s first monastery. In his “Introduction to Political Theory” course, he integrates Augustine’s political thought and the Rule of St. Benedict as he explains key concepts in the development of political theory. He has also included Catholic and Benedictine writings in his 300 Learning Integrations and his “Sex, Death, Religion, and Politics” courses As his colleague Phil Kronebusch acknowledged in his letter of support, “the political science curriculum at CSB and SJU is distinctive (maybe unique in the country) because of the attention to St Benedict that Scott has embraced himself and encouraged in others ” In 2023, Scott also presented at the Benedictine Pedagogy Conference on how he integrates the Rule and Catholic social thought in his political theory course

Congratulations Scott on being awarded the Catholic Benedictine Educator Award

J Scott Johnson

Jennifer Galovich Service Award

Jean Lavigne

The Jennifer Galovich Service Award recognizes outstanding faculty service to CSB and SJU. The Service Award was established in 2020 and is given annually to a faculty member who exemplifies demonstrated excellence in service to the institutions at both the departmental and institutional level. The award was named in honor of Dr. Jennifer Galovich, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, who demonstrated strong and exemplary service to the institutions during her 28-year career. In addition to her service to the mathematics department, she served as JFA chair and also served on numerous faculty governance committees. Her service as chair of the Faculty Handbook Committee is legendary.

The 2024 Jennifer Galovich Service Award recipient is Dr. Jean Lavigne.

Jean’s commitment to excellence in service, both at the departmental and institutional levels, is truly remarkable. Her efforts consistently extend beyond what is expected, embodying the very essence of this award. She began her service early in her career and has been a tireless advocate for the faculty and a staunch supporter of the liberal arts tradition. Jean’s significant service speaks volumes about her dedication and leadership.

Over 15 years of service, interrupted only by two sabbatical leaves, exemplifies Jean’s continuous and unwavering commitment to our institutions. Her willingness to delve into unfamiliar territories, conducting research and becoming proficient (often an expert) in various subjects, reflects Jean’s unyielding determination and intellectual curiosity, elevating her service contributions. Jean’s approach to decisionmaking, always guided by the question of whether it serves the best interests of maintaining and strengthening the faculty, demonstrates her profound sense of responsibility and integrity.

Her willingness to take on challenging roles, such as the JFA Chair/Vice Chair an unprecedented two terms in a row shows her persistent efforts to serve the faculty. Her re-election underscores the immense trust and respect colleagues have for Jean. Her leadership during a particularly vulnerable time for shared governance at our institutions, marked by her 4-year tenure in JFA leadership, during which she played an instrumental role in the passage of the Integrations Curriculum, showcases Jean’s visionary leadership and dedication to the betterment of our community.

Jean’s initiation of the Faculty Advisory Committee to the Center for Global Education, recognizing the need for faculty input on short-term programs, highlights her foresight and commitment to global education which enhances the academic experience for our students. Jean’s respectful and consistent service to our institutions truly exemplifies the highest ideals of the Galovich Service Award. Her contributions have left an indelible mark on our institutions, inspiring all of us to strive for excellence and service. Congratulations Jean!


Sister Mary Grell / Robert Spaeth Teacher of Distinction Award

Sister Mary Grell served students on both campuses for more than 35 years with intelligence, skill, dedication, and genuine affection She graduated from the College of Saint Benedict in 1933 with a baccalaureate degree in Botany and Chemistry She did research in Germany on a Fulbright Grant in the 1950s and continued to do productive research on cells during the rest of her career here and at St Anselm’s College in New Hampshire Following further study in biology and cytogenetics at St Louis University and Fordham, she returned to our campus and began her remarkable teaching career She served as president of the college from 1963 to 1968

Bob Spaeth was many things to many people, but in all things, he was a teacher, first at Saint John’s College, Annapolis, where he taught the full range of the Great Books, and then, from 1979 until his death in 1994, here at Saint John’s in Collegeville, in the departments of Philosophy and Mathematics He also taught in the Christian Humanism program, as well as Senior Seminar and First Year Symposium, and was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1979 through 1988 Both as dean and through his own teaching, Bob sought to inspire our learning community and was dedicated to the quality of our teaching faculty

We celebrate the difference Sister Mary Grell and Bob Spaeth made at CSB & SJU through our recognition each year of a member of our faculty who represents the best of teaching and learning here at our colleges The 2024 Sister Mary Grell/Robert Spaeth Teacher of Distinction Award recipient is Dr Robert Campbell III

Dr Campbell is a passionate educator committed to creating an active and engaging learning environment for students Since joining CSB & SJU in 2012, he has taught numerous courses in the Mathematics department, as well as Honors courses and INTG 105 He was involved in the development of the new Mathematics major and minor programs, and contributed substantially to the development of departmental learning goals and math courses that integrate broader learning goals of our institutions He is intentional about creating an inclusive environment to address persistent achievement gaps for underrepresented groups in STEM fields

Dr Campbell describes his teaching philosophy as dedicated to active learning using pedagogies that are grounded in “established, peer-reviewed evidence of best teaching practices” He incorporates a flipped classroom model and cooperative learning to enhance engagement and deeper understanding of course concepts He is a leader in mastery grading both at our institutions and in his field Dr Campbell is committed to inquiry-based approaches to math education, developing workshops and other professional development opportunities that have benefitted our campus community

Dr Campbell is committed to creating an inclusive environment for learning, centering his students’ identities within his instruction He works tirelessly to help all students see themselves as mathematicians One student described Dr Campbell’s style as a “adaptive, engaging, and effective approach to teaching and interacting with students” That student goes on to describe how he creates an environment where students feel comfortable taking risks and being wrong” Warmest congratulations, Robert!


Professor Alumna Kristi Hendricks

After 16 years of exceptional service, Kristi Hendricks is retiring from the Education Department at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. Since joining in 2008 as a student teacher supervisor, Kristi has worn many hats, including instructor of first-year seminars, Integrations classes, and multiple education courses; advisor; and interim assessment director. In every role, her number one priority has always been the students.

Kristi is passionate about fostering student learning and overall well-being. She is especially committed to developing critical thinkers and strong writers and enhancing students’ understanding of culturally relevant and inclusive pedagogies. Building a sense of community is also a touchstone of her work. Kristi has been recognized for her exceptional mentorship and dedicated advising, even being named a College/University Advisor of the Year.

Beyond her skill as an educator, Kristi exemplifies the spirit of service. She is always willing to step up when something needs doing, making her an exceptional team member. Her professionalism, dedication, kindness, sense of humor, and generosity have made an indelible impact on colleagues and students alike.

The Education Department will deeply miss her committed presence, but she leaves a lasting legacy through the countless students whose lives she has enriched. We wish her all the best in this new chapter.

Thank you, Kristi, for your many years of service to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus

Jeff Anderson

Dr. Jeff Anderson (SJU ’86) joined the Peace Studies Department at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in 1992. Known to his students as “Coach”, he worked side-by-side with Fr. Rene McGraw to develop an innovative major into a thriving field of study on our campuses. Jeff used music, fiction, and social science to bring key questions about peace and justice to life for his students. While jokers wondered if students in Peace Studies classes sat around singing “Kumbaya”, he not only encouraged his students to sing it. He also had them examine its Gullah language origins among formerly enslaved African Americans and its role in the Civil Rights Movement. His creative pedagogy and rapport with students earned him the Robert L. Spaeth Teaching Award in 1997.

Over the course of 32 years as a professor he moderated 78 student internships; organized 14 annual campus Peace Studies conferences; chaired the Peace Studies Department for 12 ½ years; taught courses on international law and organization, development, and environmental politics; and served on countless standing and ad-hoc committees.

As a truly interdisciplinary scholar with a B.S. in Biology and a Ph.D. in International Relations, Jeff stretched the boundaries of his work by taking on unexpected roles as a pre-med advisor and reader on countless student theses outside his own department. His scholarship covered topics ranging from “emerging agricultural biotechnologies and social conflict”, “women and seasonality,” and “the politics of food” to “the security council and U.S. foreign relations”. An engaging speaker, he presented regularly to community and student groups.

Thank you, Jeff, for your tireless commitment to peace and conflict studies, your cheerful and patient work to help students find their place in the world, and your dedication to serving our institutions and community!


Professor Emeritus

Charles Bobertz

Dr. Charles Bobertz began teaching at College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in 1993, something of a homecoming for him to the place he had earned his B.A. some years earlier. Prior to returning to CSB and SJU, he completed an M.T.S. at Harvard Divinity School and a Ph.D. at Yale University and had spent five years teaching at Loyola College in Maryland.

A passionate scholar of the New Testament, Charles taught numerous classes in both the Department of Theology and the School of Theology/Seminary related to the gospels and the Pauline corpus, as well as courses in patristics and in homiletics. His teaching style drew together energetic enthusiasm and scholarly depth, which regularly attracted students to seek him as a project supervisor; he directed over 40 graduate independent research projects, six M.A. theses, and eleven Th.M. theses.

Beyond his teaching, Charles maintained a vigorous regimen of scholarly publishing in New Testament studies and patristics, writing and presenting on a variety of topics in both academic and ecclesial contexts with sustained regularity. During his time at CSB and SJU, Charles also worked actively in Roman Catholic ministry, having been ordained a deacon of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint Cloud in 1997.

Charles’s professional service to CSB and SJU has included significant work on committees such as Rank and Tenure, Faculty Handbook, and Graduate Theological Studies. Beyond committee work, Charles has directed the Th.M. program at the School of Theology/Seminary, coordinated the scripture area for the SOT/Sem, and served as a faculty representative to the SOT/Sem’s Board of Regents, among numerous other service roles

Many thanks to you Charles, for your years of teaching, service, and scholarship, through which your students and colleagues gleaned significant wisdom and in which you exemplified passionate scholarly endeavor You will be missed, but you leave a legacy of excellence and academic tenacity For these things and for all you have given to CSB and SJU, we are deeply grateful


Professor Emerita Kathleen Cahalan

Professor Kathleen Cahalan has been an authoritative voice within the School of Theology-Seminary faculty for the last 23 years. She has anchored the area of Practical Theology and given it a stature that was not present before her arrival among us. She has impressed upon every one of her colleagues that Practical Theology is a rigorous discipline. This adjective “rigorous” does not simply belong to subdisciplines within theology that claim to carry out scientific investigations of texts. She has shown us that the integration of subjective with objective data lies at the heart of theological thinking. In other words, the act of thinking theologically is not so much knowing about God but rather knowing God.

Her way of doing theology of faith seeking understanding exemplifies how encountering God in conversation and reflection respects the mystery of the transcendent God as well as the mystery of every person who seeks that God. Her voice has been authoritative not only within the School of TheologySeminary faculty but also within the area of practical theology and its various applications across the nation.

She is well respected by her colleagues as indicated by the offices she has held within professional organizations. Her development of models of assessment of programs is well known not only at CSB and SJU but nationally as evidenced in her role of overseeing the evaluation of programs at the Lilly Endowment. She has a long list of publications beginning with a revised version of her dissertation which won a Catholic book award. She has authored three more books and edited or co-edited nearly twenty volumes of collected essays. In addition, she has authored more than forty articles in these and other publications. She has given over forty presentations and talks to colleagues in the profession and/or practitioners in the field.

Professor Cahalan’s wisdom, vitality, and spirituality will be sorely missed by students and colleagues alike.

Thank you, Kathleen, for your dedication and service to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emerita Jeanne Cook

Dr. Jeanne Cook joined CSB and SJU in 1989, and, along with Dr. Joan Steck and Dr. Richard Ice, established the Communication major. Jeanne’s departmental colleagues are profoundly grateful for her unwavering leadership on several program reviews, mentoring of new faculty, and full participation in the life of the department. Her interpersonal skills will be deeply missed, not only during department meetings, but also in random chats with colleagues. Jeanne remained a steadfast participant in faculty governance throughout her 34 years, regularly serving on the Faculty Handbook and Elections Committee and on the Faculty Compensation and Benefits Committee, for which she served as chair.

Jeanne’s teaching specialization extended the breadth of interpersonal communication, specifically focusing on effective listening, and intercultural, gender, and conflict communication. Students appreciated her pedagogical grounding in lived experience, creating a classroom atmosphere where students felt comfortable sharing their narratives and explorations of communication in their everyday lives. Her thoughtful mentorship aided the personal and career development for thousands of students.

Jeanne’s love and support for intercultural communication extended from the classroom to student clubs and supporting the development and promotion of education abroad. Tirelessly, Jeanne advocated for education abroad, both for students learning outside of CSB and SJU as well as welcoming many incoming study abroad students into her courses from all over the globe, but particularly from Bunkyo Gakuin University (Japan), Zhanjiang University (China), and St. Xavier’s College (India). For 10 years Jeanne’s Intercultural Communication students partnered with CSB and SJU English Language Learner students on campus; she facilitated similar relationships with students at Bunkyo Gakuin University in Tokyo. Jeanne led several successful study abroad programs in China, Japan, and served as the faculty mentor for the Australia study abroad program in fall 2022 and fall 2023. She also served in an advisory role with the Center for Global Education on the Japan Program Advisory Group, CGE Advisory Council, China Study Abroad Program Committee, as well as other roles. Her impact on study abroad and our global communication practices has been meaningful, and her absence will be greatly felt

Thank you, Jeanne, for your generous dedication and service to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus

Tony Cunningham

Tony Cunningham came to CSB and SJU in 1991 after teaching positions at the University of Pennsylvania, the College of William & Mary, and his alma mater, Colby College He authored two books in philosophy, The Heart of What Matters (California, 2001) and Modern Honor (Routledge, 2013) He also published in numerous journals, including Ethics, The American Philosophical Quarterly, Journal of Value Inquiry, Mind, and Dialogue One of his early essays was reprinted in the 1991 edition of The Philosopher’s Annual as one of the ten best philosophy essays to appear in print worldwide that year

He enjoyed various professional fellowships and awards, including the Robert L Spaeth Teacher of Distinction Award in 1995 and a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship in 2005 Literature always figured prominently in both his teaching and scholarship True to his Irish roots, he could never resist a good story that spoke to the human condition and what a good and meaningful life might look like Whether it was directing the Honors Program, playing stickball with students in Ireland and Australia, leading dogsledding trips in the Boundary Waters, or sharing a laugh with colleagues, he always sought to make things at least a little more fun and interesting

He served as a thoughtful mentor to junior faculty, always urging them to take their careers in directions that make them happy. He retires to Connecticut, where he’ll dust off plentiful philosophical works and fiction he has penned over the years, along with pursuing lots of new writing projects. Aside from putting lots of pen to paper, he’ll play his fiddle, ride his bike, grow his garden, and spend plenty of time around the fire pit with friends and family, maybe even enjoying a glass or two of good wine while he’s at it.

As he was so fond of saying to his students in Irish, slán abhaile. Safe home.May the Connecticut roads rise to meet you, and may the wind always be at your back.

Thank you, Tony, for your incredible years of service and dedication to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus

Dan Finn

Dan Finn joined our faculty in 1977 with appointments in Economics and Theology He completed his B A. in mathematics from St John Fisher College, his M A. in Economics, and Ph D in Religious Social Ethics at the University of Chicago During his career, he has educated 1,000’s of students on important questions of human and religious values, ethics, and the nexus of economics and such values He has been an exemplar in his service in faculty governance, our broader St Cloud community, the academic community, and the global community A tireless scholar, he has written, edited, and published a wealth of books and articles, reviewed dozens of academic journals, articles, book reviews and commentaries and has given numerous lectures across the world

His work has focused on topics ranging from the morality or immorality of markets, debt relief for the developing world, and ethics – always with a sense that markets and social structures should serve human beings and the world

Dan has served as national president of The Association for Social Economics, The Catholic Theological Society of America, and the Society of Christian Ethics For the last 20 years, Dan has served as the True Wealth of Nations research project director at the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at the University of Southern California Dan has been recognized for his scholarship, service, and teaching He received The John Courtney Murray Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Catholic Theological Society of America, the Thomas F Divine Award for lifetime contributions to social economics by the Association for Social Economics, and the Monica Hellwig Award for outstanding contributions to Catholic intellectual life from the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities For his teaching, he received the Robert L Spaeth Teacher of Distinction Award Dan served as chair of the Department of Economics and Business Administration, served a five-year term as the Dean of the School of Theology and since 1989, has held the William E and Virginia Clemens Chair in Economics and the Liberal Arts He has brought dozens of renowned scholars to speak on compelling topics ranging from immigration to inequality to role of women in the economics discipline to climate change Dan has always demonstrated a high degree of professionalism, precision, and diligence Dan’s commitment to service to our local and world communities has been inspiring He led a successful affordable housing campaign that ensured several St Cloud area cities agreed upon a consistent affordable housing policy He has actively supported the work of the Latin American Conference of Catholic Bishops to confront government corruption

Dan has led a career marked by high achievement, excellent teaching, and deep alignment of personal and professional values with our institutional core mission values. He has been a mentor and good friend to his colleagues and students. We are deeply grateful for him and for all the gifts he has brought to our community. Thank you, Dan.


Professor Emerita Mary Jepperson

Upon graduation from the CSB, Mary Jepperson’s first step was to take the CPA exam. She was the first of only two known accounting graduates from CSB and SJU to be a recipient of the Elijah Watt Sells Award for performance with high distinction on the exam. Annually, fewer than 0.1% of those who take the exam earn this distinction. Mary went on to a distinguished career in public accounting, including being the first female partner in the Minneapolis office of Big 4 accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

After 20+ years as an accountant, Mary decided to forge a second career centered on influencing the minds of accounting students at her alma mater. Mary has her own "era" in the Department of Accounting & Finance. She was department chair for 12 years during which time the department was built to its maximum size and strength. The number of declared majors doubled in this time, and the department ascended to the third largest on campus. She led the accounting major in its rise in prominence throughout Minnesota. Many accounting firms acknowledge CSB and SJU has one of the top undergraduate accounting programs in Minnesota.

Mary never turned down an opportunity to help a student or the schools. She has served on several standing and ad hoc committees and spent significant time partnering with Admissions, Institutional Advancement, other offices, and academic departments. She also chaired the Global Business Leadership department for 3+ years and was instrumental in creating and implementing notable modifications to the structure of the major. While Mary has inspired all our students, her impact on women has been especially compelling. Her business success was proof that the “glass ceiling” was meant to be broken, and she has been a tremendous role model for Saint Ben’s accounting majors. To illustrate this fact, in 2011, under Mary’s leadership, our CSB students scored third among all colleges in the entire country on the CPA exam, placing only behind Wake Forest and the University of Pennsylvania.

Thank you, Mary, for your outstanding leadership and service to the Accounting & Finance Department and the College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus Brian Johnson

Dr. Brian Johnson joined the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s Chemistry Department in 1986 directly out of the University of Minnesota graduate school. Brian has been a Jack of all trades in the department. He routinely has taught general, organic, and inorganic chemistry courses along with several advanced courses.

In 1991, he was recognized for his teaching with the Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award. A prolific scholar, Brian authored or co-authored 32 papers in peer-reviewed journals and brought in close to a million dollars in grants. Brian is passionate about chemistry and learning. He was a mentor to many undergraduate research students and devoted many of his summers helping to maintain a research program at CSB and SJU.

Brian has served the Chemistry Department in many capacities, serving several stints as departmental chair (1996 – 2003) and as part of a department chair committee of four (2013 – 2017). In addition, to serving on numerous departmental committees over the years, Brian was instrumental in developing and implementing our most recent departmental curriculum overhaul. This innovative curriculum was backed by a 2010 National Science Foundation grant and was written about in The Wall Street Journal and in Chemical and Engineering News.

Brian served on almost every standing and ad hoc committee at CSB and SJU. He has demonstrated outstanding and continued service to the schools and only humbly acknowledges what he has done over the years. Brian has been a mentor to many young faculty in the Chemistry Department and in other departments. He has always been the voice of reason in the department. His calm demeanor and rational thinking will definitely be missed.

Brian, we are deeply grateful for your dedication, your passion for teaching and learning, and your service to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emerita Kaarin Johnston

Kaarin Johnston joined the CSB and SJU Theater Department in 1985 after teaching at a number of other institutions, including the University of Maine at Presque Isle and the University of Montavallo in Alabama Kaarin received her Ph. D. in Speech and Theater from Southern Illinois University and an M. A. in Native American Theater and Directing from the University of South Dakota. During her 39 years of service at CSB and SJU, Kaarin has taught numerous theater and general education courses. Having directed over 50 productions, with CSB and SJU students, some notable productions include Biederman and the Firebugs, Hair, A Thousand Cranes, Noises Off, The Trojan Women and The Menaechmi (original adaptation) both outside on the Darnell Amphitheater, Stop Kiss, Nathan the Wise, She Kills Monsters and her recent production, Approaching Zanzibar.

Kaarin has impacted countless students and alumni as a mentor in the classroom, in production and after graduation. As a recent Theater alum described, “Kaarin always did a great job of reaching out to students who maybe wouldn’t get to experience the magic of theater.” Kaarin’s service to our institutions has been exemplary and in 2020 she was awarded the inaugural Jennifer Galovich CSB and SJU Faculty Service Award. Her leadership roles include Faculty Senate, Theater Department Chair, Head of Fine Arts Division, Program Assessment Committee, Director of Core Curriculum, Rank and Tenure Committee and Intercultural Diversity Committee.

With deep gratitude, thank you Kaarin, for your generous service and dedication to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus Michael Livingston

Michael Livingston began his career at CSB and SJU in the fall of 1985 His academic passion has always been teaching In addition to his regular courses in the Psychology Department – Research Methods, Developmental Psychology, Motivation & Emotion, and History of Psychology – Michael has taught First-Year Seminar and Honors FYS; moderated 56 internships, 35 independent learning projects, and 11 senior research projects; served on the committee or mentored 29 senior honors theses; facilitated 12 reading groups; and directed six study-abroad programs – three in Spain and three in Chile

In 2003, Michael received the Robert L Spaeth Teacher of Distinction Award and in 2005 the Minnesota Psychological Association’s Walter Mink Award for Undergraduate Teaching Michael has also been active in faculty governance on the institutional, state, and national level On campus, he served on or chaired 29 different committees, including being the first chair of the Joint Faculty Assembly (1998–99); served as SJU Faculty Regent; member of a presidential search committee; chair of a CSB and SJU provost search committee; member of the committee that drafted the CSB and SJU Senate constitution; and member of the ad hoc committee that replaced the six-day cycle with the current class schedule

In addition, he served as department chair from 2003 to 2006, three terms on the Faculty Senate, and two terms as a member of the Senate Executive Committee Michael has been an active member of the local American Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter, served three terms on the AAUP state conference executive committee, and one term as chair of the state conference He also has served on the national AAUP Government Relations committee and the national AAUP Committee on Graduate Students In 2008, Michael received the Robert E Sloan Award from the Minnesota AAUP for his contributions to academic freedom and shared governance at the state and national level

During his tenure at CSB and SJU, Michael authored or co-authored 35 conference presentations or papers and authored the textbook Connections: A History of Psychology as Science

With deep gratitude, thank you Michael, for your generous service and dedication to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emerita Marina Martin

Marina Martín joined the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in 1989 In a career spanning 35 years, she distinguished herself as an accomplished scholar and devoted teacher She taught the full range of courses in the Hispanic Studies curriculum with a contagious passion for learning In the beginning and intermediate language courses, Marina was known for engaging students through the visual arts and deep knowledge of the histories and cultures of the Spanish speaking world In advanced courses, she was able to weave together Spanish and Latin American Literatures, art, film and even philosophy Marina was a strong promoter of study abroad and gave countless students the extra little encouragement that they might have needed to pursue a semester or short-term experience abroad

Having served on various college and departmental committees, she has been a valued colleague known as an advocate for student learning with a commitment to the highest standards Marina’s earliest published work addressed David Hume’s philosophy in the works of Jorge Luis Borges That interest in the intersection between philosophy and literature and the work of Borges has been a constant throughout a prolific scholarly career

Equally accomplished as a scholar of the European and Latin American intellectual traditions, she also created bridges across disciplinary boundaries, by publishing on literature, film, art, and philosophy No discussion of Marina’s career could go without special mention of her work on the Argentine poet and essayist Jorge Isaacson As a highlight of her career, Marina was introduced to Isaacson by a colleague and friend Thorpe Running In Isaacson, Marina found not only a corpus of lyric poetry and essays worthy of a lifetime’s attention, but also a kindred spirit They developed a deep friendship and mutual respect centered around the love of philosophy and literature

In a few brief words, Marina’s career can be characterized by a dedication to teaching, a passion for learning, a deep commitment to comparative literature and the liberal arts, and above all, perhaps the erudition of true scholar of the humanities

Congratulations Marina on an accomplished career and thank you for the many years of devoted service to students, the profession and to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University


Professor Emeritus John Merkle

Dr John Merkle began his time at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in 1977 following his completion of a fellowship at the Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research Graduating from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) in 1982 with a master and doctoral degree in Religious Studies, John has worn many “hats” during his time at CSB and SJU

Within the Theology department, John has served as chairperson more than once, steadfastly leading the department through program reviews and curricular changes. Most noteworthy, however, is the service John provided as the director of the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at the University of St. Thomas and Saint John’s University from 2009 to 2017, and more recently at Saint John’s University since 2017 to the present. John’s commitment to interfaith dialogue has informed his scholarly pursuits, professional accomplishments, and teaching resume for well over forty years. He has written extensively on the topic of Christian and Jewish relations, producing book-length monographs, scholarly essays and reviews, encyclopedia articles, etc. His publication record continues to this day, completing four recent scholarly projects since 2020. John’s scholarly work has led to countless invitations to share his wisdom at churches, synagogues, community centers, and interfaith institutes across the country.

At the same time, John has displayed an even stronger dedication to undergraduate teaching. From first year writing and senior seminars, January term courses, the design of the Galway study abroad program to repeatedly sought after upper-division theology courses, John’s presence in the classroom is marked by a commitment to dialogue and a pledge to the charitable reading of texts. Countless students have encountered his love of teaching and gone on to pursue life-giving projects.

Thank you, John, for your theological witness, depth of personal integrity, and dedication to the flourishing of the department, college, and university!


Professor Emerita Madhu Mitra

Madhu Mitra has been a transformational teacher and beloved colleague since joining the English Department in 1989. Madhu’s warmth, curiosity, and scintillating intellect made her a dynamic and exceptional teacher of Postcolonial Literature, Gender Studies, Indigenous Narratives, and Fictions of Empire. Her belief in the importance of teaching students in international contexts led her to design the study abroad program in Kolkata, India, and to direct programs in Australia, England, Ireland, Austria, and China.

As part of her steadfast commitment to Gender Studies, she developed courses in Gender and Imperialism, and Global Perspectives on Sex and Gender. She directed the Gender and Women Studies Program from 1997-2000, earned a Bush Foundation Grant for forming a Gender Learning Community with Dr. Jean Keller, and received a Sister Linda Kulzer Gender Educator Award in 2020.

Madhu’s scholarship includes articles published in journals ranging from The Journal of Human Sciences, Postcolonial Review, College Literature, and The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, in addition to her many guest lectures and rigorous involvement in literary conferences across the world. Her service aligned closely with her teaching and research interests; she served on the Institute of Women’s Leadership Advisory Board and, throughout her career, worked closely with the Center for Global Education.

Madhu offered years of service to many faculty governance committees, and her numerous terms on Rank and Tenure merit special recognition, appreciation, and applause. She chaired the English Department and mentored both faculty colleagues and students. Madhu brought needed attention to literature historically excluded from the canon and broadened student perspectives on the scope and power of literatures in English beyond North America and the British Isles. Her dedication to cultural theory, marginalized voices, and gender continue to inspire students and colleagues today.

With heartfelt gratitude, thank you Madhu, for your generous service and dedication to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus Michael Patella

Father Michael Patella began teaching at Saint John’s University and the College of Saint Benedict in 1995. He has been a monk of Saint John’s Abbey since 1982 and is a graduate of our School of Theology and Seminary. Fr. Michael is known especially for his great loyalty to St. Ben’s and St. John’s, and his readiness to serve in any capacity when called upon. He has always been an avid advocate for our Catholic and Benedictine mission and for the liberal arts. He has excelled at connecting theology to the world of arts and literature. His students have found him to be unfailingly well-prepared, organized, and zealous. He has a strong love of languages and has greatly appreciated studying and traveling in Europe and the Mideast.

Fr. Michael has served as Rector of our Seminary since 2007 and has been president of the National Association of Catholic Theological Schools. He is passionate about the field of biblical scholarship and its importance for the life of the Church. He is a New Testament scholar who has led many study abroad programs to the Holy Land for School of Theology students and seminarians. He was instrumental in the production of the Saint John’s Bible, serving as chair of the Committee on Illumination and Texts and writing the award-winning book Word and Image: The Hermeneutics of The Saint John’s Bible.

He was a corecipient of the Pax Christi award given in 2023 to those involved in the production of The Saint John’s Bible. He is known for his lively interest in the direction the Catholic Church is going and for his interest in national politics, and in both areas his energetic commentary is appreciated by those who know him.

When his health condition has recently made it necessary for him to make adjustments in his daily life, he responded with gracious acceptance and an unfailingly positive attitude, and with admirable gratitude for everything that has been given to him.

Thank you, Michael, beloved member of our community, for everything you have done for us!


Professor Emeritus Michael Reagan

Dr Micheal Reagan first joined the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University Biology Department as an instructor during the Spring 1993 semester; then, after four years as a postdoctoral fellow, he returned to our institutions in the fall of 1997 as an Assistant Professor, starting what has now stretched to 27 years here During those years Mike taught 13 different courses, ranging from First-year Symposium through service courses for the Nursing and Nutrition departments to a variety of introductory and upper-level courses offered to Biology majors Of these, the course closest to his heart was BIOL 318, Molecular Genetics – an outgrowth of the interest in DNA damage and DNA repair that animated his graduate work, postdoctoral work, and research here

Moreover, Mike’s teaching was not limited to the classroom For over 20 of our students, he mentored research, and so provided hands-on guidance in the process of doing science Six were coauthors with Mike on papers in peer-reviewed journals, and nine were coauthors with him on presentations at national or regional conferences.

Mike served 16 years in faculty governance, with one term on the Joint Faculty Senate and additional terms on six different standing faculty committees. He helped develop the Biochemistry major; he directed a studyabroad program; and he provided departmental service in ways too many to count. Among the latter, some of his longest-standing commitments include five years on the departmental assessment committee, five years as the departmental webmaster, six years as an introductory-biology coordinator, and 13 years as the coordinator or co-coordinator of the department’s undergraduate-research efforts.

In sum, the Biology Department is, and our institutions are, better places because of Mike’s work. We’ll miss his principled approach, his collegial manner – candid and empathetic in private, so that you knew you weren’t the only one who felt something about the matter at hand, but restrained and level-headed in group settings – and his dependability with regard to departmental affairs.

Thank you, Mike, for your dedication and service to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University!


Professor Emeritus

Vincent Smiles

Born and raised in England, Dr Vincent M Smiles joined the teaching faculty at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in 1992 after earning his doctorate in Theology from Fordham University in New York During his tenure at CSB and SJU, Vincent has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses at the St John’s School of Theology in the area of New Testament Studies, and more recently at the intersection of the theology and science dialogue As an active writer and scholar, Vincent has produced numerous booklengths monographs, scholarly essays, and book reviews, and was a regular attendee and presenter at conference and scholarly endeavors, especially the Society of Biblical Literature His current book project examines more closely the work of scientist-philosopher Michael Polanyi (1891-1976)

In addition to this book project, Vincent is currently the associate editor of The Bible Today, a popular journal for teachers, pastors and those interested in the developments and insights of modern biblical study and theology

Inside the classroom, Vincent has introduced countless students to the academic study of theology and mentored students in various capstone/seminar/thesis projects both inside and outside the major with the utmost care

Vincent has served on countless college and university committees, most notably, serving as chair of Rank and Tenure Within the Theology department, he has been a consistent voice of reason as the department has sought to engage the “signs of the times” over the years, as well as been a trusted confidant and staunch supporter of younger colleagues.

Thank you, Vincent, for your endless charity towards students and colleagues and for the large and small ways you have lived out the missions of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University over the course of your lifetime!


Academic Affairs Awards and Recognition


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