This is a private event for DSPT students, alumni and JST students
Join us for an insightful conversation with DSPT Alumni and Fellows on how MA degrees in Philosophy and Theology can be relevant to a range of disciplines in the world today. This event is designed to help students discern their path after graduation and will illuminate the kind of work our graduates pursue after DSPT.
Panel presentations will be followed by breakout sessions that will focus on academic paths, specifically the PhD process, and career pursuits in areas such as teaching in a Catholic school, working in business, technology, healthcare law, art, and more.
Lunch will be provided.
Michele Berrios, DSPT Alumna, MA Theology, theology teacher at St. Joseph Notre Dame Highschool, teaches Christian Morality, Hebrew Scriptures, Religious Themes in Film and Literature
Sean Bryan, DSPT Alumnus, Concurrent MA Theology and MA Philosophy, Lay Mission Project, Animating Director, Curriculum Team, Development Team and Instructor, a.k.a Papal Ninja
Elissa Cutter PhD, DSPT Alumna, MA Theology, Postdoctoral Faculty Fellow, Department of Theological Studies, Loyola Marymount University
John Denniston, DSPT Fellow, Entrepeneur and Impact Investor
Ned Dolesji, DSPT Fellow, Past Director of California Catholic Conference
Megan Furman, DSPT Alumna Concurrent MA Option, PhD Candidate University of Dallas
Anne Pym McDonald, PhD, DSPT Alumnus, MA Theology, Professor Emeritus, California State University
Katherine Osenga, PhD, GTU Alumna, Catholic School Teacher of Religion and Art
Greg Tarczynski, DSPT Alumnus, MA Philosophy, Technology and Analytics Professional
This event was made possible in part by a grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation.