S. Annette Moran Faculty Research Forum, 2016-present

CSJ Endowed Chair in Catholic Thought: Brian Matz

Fontbonne's Faculty Research Forum is hosted by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet Endowed Chair in Catholic Thought. The Forum is named in honor of Dr. Annette Moran (d. 2007), who instituted similar programs at the two institutions at which she was a professor, the Graduate Theological Union (UC-Berkeley) and Carroll College (Montana). Dr. Moran was a Fontbonne alumna and CSJ.

Launched in the spring of 2016, the faculty forum is an opportunity for faculty members involved in a creative, research, or publishing project to present their work in an informal setting with other faculty at Fontbonne. The faculty presenter speaks for 20-25 minutes followed by time for questions and discussion.

No fora were held during 2019-2020 and 2020-2021.

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Submissions from 2021-2022

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'When it comes to crime, I’m a nationalist’: Postcolonial Integrity and the Kenyan Detective Thriller, Peter Ribic

Submissions from 2018-2019

Amplification for People with Aphasia (PWA): A Preliminary Study, Amanda Eaton

Urban Culling in Wildlife through a Social Justice Lens, Kelly Lane-DeGraaf

Lost in Translation: Seeking Art and Science in Poetry Translation through Pushkin's Eugene Onegin, Christopher R. Fahrenthold

The Use of Data Science in Social Policy Analysis, Baharah Rahmani

Submissions from 2017-2018

Presentation to the Faculty, Tian Guanyu

Presentation to the Faculty, Jenna Voss and Susan Lenihan

Presentation to the Faculty, Kasi Williamson

Presentation to the Faculty, Zahid Anwar

Presentation to the Faculty, Laurel Newman

Submissions from 2016-2017

Presentation to the Faculty, Jason R. Finley

Presentation to the Faculty, Lisa Oliverio

Presentation to the Faculty, Samantha Warren

Submissions from 2015-2016

Presentation to the Faculty, Jack Lawrence Luzkow

Presentation to the Faculty, Daryl J. Wennemann