Promotions, Awards & Achievements




Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D.

  • A Rich and Tantalizing Brew, a History of How Coffee Connected the World, University of Arkansas Press, 2018.

Eric Daryl Meyer, Ph.D

  • Inner Animalities: Theology and the End of the Human, Fordham University Press, 2018.  

Anneliese Renck, Ph.D.

  • Female Authorship, Patronage, and Translation in Late Medieval France: From Christine de Pizan to Louise Labé, Brepols Publishers, 2019.

Articles and Chapters

Debra Bernardi, Ph.D.

  • “’You’re Not Going to Let Some Silly Old Rule Stand in Your Way!’: Alternative Visions of the Modern in Mid-Century American Women-in-Italy Films,” Iperstoria, Number XIV (Fall/Winter, 2019): pp. 179-190.

Kyle Flynn, Ph.D.

  • With Wayne Chudyk, Vicki Watson, Steven C. Chapra, Michael W. Suplee, “Influence of Biomass and Water Velocity on Light Attenuation of Cladophora Glomerata L.(Kuetzing) in Rivers,” Aquatic Botany 151 (2018): pp. 62-70.
  • With Raja M Nagisetty (lead author), Dylan Uecker, “Dissolved oxygen modeling of effluent-dominated macrophyte-rich Silver Bow Creek,” Ecological Modeling 393 (2019): pp. 85-97.
  • “Evaluating Hydraulic Habitat Suitability of Filamentous Algae Using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler,” Journal of Environmental Engineering 146 (2020).

Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D.

  • “Middling Women and Economic Continuity: A Paradigm Shift in the Global Renaissance,” in Paradigm Shifts During the Global Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Epochs, Epistemes, and Cultural Historical Concepts 1 (2019): pp. 219-234.

Soumitree Gupta, Ph.D.

  • With Gerardo Rodriguez, “Critical Race Counterstories and Freire’s Critical Pedagogy: Navigating Race in an Interdisciplinary Literature and Religious Studies Course,” in Reinventing Pedagogy of the Oppressed: Contemporary Critical Perspectives (Bloomsbury Academic, 2020), ch. 5.

Alyssa Hahn, Ph.D.

  • With Haudenschild, Zignego, D.L., Yik, J.H.N., Hilmer, J.K., June, R.K, “Inhibition of early response genes prevents changes in global joint metabolomic profiles in mouse post-traumatic osteoarthritis,” Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 27, no. 3 (2018): pp.504-512.
  • With Rawle, R.A., Wallace, C.W., Brooks, E.G., Adams, E., Greenwood, M.C., Olmer, M., Lotz, M.K., Bothner, B., June, R.K., “Characterization of synovial fluid metabolomic phenotypes of cartilage morphological changes associated with osteoarthritis,” Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 27, no. 8 (2018): pp.1174-118.4

Eric Hall, Ph.D.

  • “Justification Beyond Imputation: A Response to Ulrich H. J. Körtner,” Love and Justice 5 (2020): 20p.

Grant Hokit, Ph.D., Gerald Shields, Ph.D.

  • “Do cytotypes of black flies of the Simulium arcticum complex (Diptera: Simuliidae) arise from sibling species?” Western North American Naturalist 79, no.2 (2019): pp.148–158.

Nikki Honzel, Ph.D.

  • With Hanna Roberts, “The effectiveness of equine-facilitated psychotherapy in adolescents with serious emotional disturbances,” Anthrozoos 33 (2020): 11p.

Maren Marchesini, Ph.D.

  • “’A Heterosexual Male Backlash’: Punk Rock Christianity and Missional Living at Mars Hill Church, Seattle,” in Christian Punk: Identity and Performance, edited by Ibrahim Abraham (2020), pp. 101-117.

Eric Daryl Meyer, Ph.D.

  • “On Making Fleshly Difference: Humanity and Animality in Gregory of Nyssa,” Relegere 7, nos.1–2 (2018): 39-58.
  • “The Recursive Violence of Anthropological Exceptionalism: Toward the Ecological Transformation of Dignity,” Journal of Religion and Society 21, (2020): pp.203-225.

Anneliese Renck, Ph.D.

  • “Les Héroïdes à la fin du Moyen Âge: pour une définition élargie de l’acte traducteur,” Anabases 29 (2019) pp.239-253.

Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D.

  • ““C’è Altro. Luisa Muraro on the Symbolic of Sexual Difference: Along and Beyond Luce Irigaray,” in Open Borders: Italian Philosophy and Its Engagement with Continental Thought (SUNY Press, 2020), pp.172-192.
  • “‘Attentive Distance’ in Love in Light of Simone Weil’s Thought,” Intams Review 25, no.1  (2019); pp.72-81.
  • “Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Political, the Recovery of Hope,” Soundings 101, no.1 (2018).
  • Translator, “’The Human Reconceived: Back to Socrates with Arendt,’ by Adriana Cavarero,” in Antiquities Beyond Humanism, edited by Emanuela Bianchi, Sara Brill, Brooke Holmes (Oxford  University Press, 2019), 24-46.

Gerald Schafer, Ph.D.

  • With Thomas J. Songer, Vincent C. Arena, M. Kaye Kramer, Rachel G. Miller, Andrea M. Kriska, “Participant Food and Activity Costs in a Randomized Translational Diabetes Prevention Program Trial,” Translational Behavioral Medicine (Forthcoming in 2020).


Debra Bernardi, Ph.D.

  • “The End of the Italy Love lot: Andrea Lee’s Lost Hearts in Italy,” at Calandra Italian American Institute Conference: “Diaspore Italiane, Italy in Movement‚” New York, NY. November, 2018.

Maria Brosnan, MSN, APRN, ACNP-BC, CNE, CHSE

  • “Passion, Opportunity, and Resiliency in Healthcare Professionals,” Keynote address at the Montana HOSA State Leadership Conference, Helena, MT. March, 2020.
  • “Advanced Cardiac Life Support Course,” at St. Peter’s Health, Helena, MT. January 2020.

Gary Fischer, M.S.

  • “Concrete Spillways and Lessons Learned from Oroville Dam,” at Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Engineers Training Session, Helena, MT. May, 2018.
  • “Lessons for Montana from the Oroville Dam Incident,” at Montana Association of Dam and Canal Owners 2018 Conference, Helena, MT. October, 2018.
  • “Oroville Dam Incident:  Lessons Learned for Montana Dams (and Maybe All Infrastructure),” at Joint Engineers Conference 2018, Helena, MT. November, 2018.
  • “Us vs Them? Bridging the Gap between Regulators and Engineers,” at Joint Engineers Conference 2019, Helena, MT. November, 2019.

Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D.

  • “Appetite, Healing, Lust, and Resistance: Women and Food in the Global Renaissance,” at Renaissance Society of America, Toronto, Ontario. March, 2019.
  • “Roundtable: Teaching Race,” at Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. March 2018.

Soumitree Gupta, Ph.D.

  • “Teaching Race: Critical Race Counterstories and Freire’s Critical Pedagogy (co-presented with Dr. Gerardo Rodriguez, St. Norbert College),” at Conference on Critical Pedagogy and Paulo Freire: Commemorating 50 Years of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. October, 2018.
  • “Palestinian women’s spoken word poetry: Decolonizing “power-knowledge matrix,” at National Women’s Studies Association’s Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. November, 2019.

Alyssa Hahn, Ph.D.

  • “In Vivo Mechanotransduction: Acute Exercise-Induced Metabolic Changes in Mouse Synovial Fluid,” at Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, February, 2019.
  • “Phenotypes of Osteoarthritis by Global Metabolomic Profiling of Human Synovial Fluid,” at Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, February, 2019.
  • Metabolomic Profiles of Articular Cartilage Vary by Osteoarthritis Grade, Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. February, 2020.
  • “Global metabolomic profile of human joint fluid following a second ACL tear: a case report,” at Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. February, 2020.
  • “Metabolomic profiles of conditioned media from primary human osteoarthritic chondrocytes and SW1353 cells,” at Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. February, 2020.
  • “Metabolomics and Data Science: A Mini-CURE Collaboration,” at Dr. Annette Moran CSJ Faculty Colloquium, Carroll College, Helena, MT. February, 2020.

Eric Hall, Ph.D.

  • “Three Visions of God and Evil: Mr. Plato, St. Paul, and Dr. Pinker,” at the University of Alaska Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Anchorage, AK. March, 2019.

Belle Marie, D.B.A., C.P.A., C.M.A., C.I.A., C.G.M.A, C.F.E.

  • “Undergraduate Research in the Accounting Curriculum: Lessons Learned,” at IACBE Annual Conference and Assembly Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April, 2018.

Eric Daryl Meyer, Ph.D.

  • “Inhuman Indignities: Gregory of Nyssa on Animality and Enslavement,” at North American Patristics Society, Chicago, IL. May, 2018.
  • “From Inviolability to Vulnerability: Animality and the Theological Ecology of Human Dignity,” at Kripke Symposium on Religion and Justice, Creighton University, Omaha, NE. February, 2019.
  • “The Recursive Violence of Human Dignity: Rethinking Creaturely Dignity as Vulnerability and Struggle,” at Catholic Theological Society of America Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. June, 2019.
  • “On Gentleness, Carnivory, and the Violence of God,” at American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. November, 2019.
  • “Enough, Man!: Sylvia Wynter and the Subjects of Theological Education,” at Women at the Well: Religion, Resilience, and Grace, Carroll College, Helena, MT. March, 2018.

Kelly Parsley, M.P.H.

  • “Critical conversations: promoting reciprocal learning about gender-based violence, trauma informed response, and domestic abuse prevention in Uganda, the UK, and the USA,” at Global Network of Public Health Nursing, Nairobi, Kenya. May, 2019.
  • “Coursework, Community, and Campus Administration Combine to Address College Student Alcohol Abuse,” at NASPA Strategies Conference, New Orleans, LA. January, 2020.

Dean Pavlakis, Ph.D.

  • “’Exterminate the Brutes’: The British Confront Genocide in the Congo Free State,” at North American Conference on British Studies, Vancouver, BC. November, 2019.
  • “’Holocaust of Human Victims’: Discourses of Congo Genocide, 1896-1908,” at Western Conference on British Studies, Salt Lake City, UT. September, 2019.

John Ries, Ph.D.

  • “Anamnesis in the Face of Amnesia: Re-membering  Johann Baptist Metz & Jon Sobrino,” at Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology XII, International Conference: “Political Theology as Discernment,” Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. October, 2019.
  • “Love Troubled in and through Inadequate Theological Anthropologies,” at International Academy for Marital Spirituality Symposium: “Troubled Love: Theology & Pastoral Care for All Families,” Leuven, Belgium. April, 2018.
  • “Toward a Humanity Fully in the Flesh: Deepening Problems of Incorporating Theological Anthropology as Complementarity,” at Women at the Well: Religion, Resilience, and Grace, Carroll College, Helena, MT. March, 2018.

Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D.

  • “Hannah Arendt: What Remains? The Unseen and the Unheard Remain. If Only the Canon Were Not in the Way,” at 5th Braga Colloquium in the History of Moral and Political Philosophy, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal. January, 2020.
  • “Women in the Italian Resistance: A Case Study of Political Participation Wrestling with Practices of Domination in and Through Lived Space,” at Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy, Utah Valley University and University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. May, 2019.
  • “Luisa Muraro and the Symbolic Order of the Mother‚” at Society of Italian Philosophy, Stony Brook, NY. March, 2019.
  • “’Love’ Trouble: Finding What We \Lost, Losing What We Found,” at Intams International Symposium, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. April, 2018.
  • “Cavarero on Bending the Subject: Is Recognition Overlooked?” at Society for Italian Philosophy Conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. March, 2018.
  • “Division of Space as a Pattern for Establishing Dominance,” at Women at the Well: Religion, Resilience, and Grace, Carroll College, Helena, MT. March, 2018.

Mark Smillie, Ph.D.

  • “Ancient Greek Insights for Today,” at America: A Philosophical Conversation, a Symposium at Carroll College, Helena, MT. September, 2019.
  • “Environment, Ethics & Conservation Stewardship,” at Merlin CCC, Helena, MT. Series from September, 2018 through March, 2019.

Molly Sumridge, M.S.

  • “Owner-Reported Attachment and Behavior Characteristics of New Guinea Singing Dogs Living as Companion Animals,” at International Society for Anthrozoology, Orlando, FL. July, 2019.
  • “Ritual in Dog Sports: A Multi-Species Ethnography,” at Ethnographic Futures -  American Ethnological Society, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. March, 2019.

Marie Suthers, D.V.M.

  • “Service Dogs and Veterans: A College Partnership,” at Annual Conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology, Orlando, FL.  July, 2019.
  • “Who is Next? Cultivating the next generation of Anthrozoologists to strengthen the links between science and practice,” at International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations, Brewster, NY. April, 2020.


  • Eric Hall, Ph.D., William Mark Smillie, Ph.D. - $200,000 for Carroll College Catholic Studies Program, Anonymous Donor.
  • Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D. - $1,500 for project on “Italian Feminism,” Jerry Berberet Summer Faculty Research and Writing Grant, Carroll College.
  • Debra Bernardi, Ph.D., Jamie Dolan, Ph.D., Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D., Leslie Angel, Ph.D. - $1,500 for project on “Female Friendship across Generations,” Jerry Berberet Summer Faculty Research and Writing Grant, Carroll College.


  • Maria Brosnan, MSN, APRN, ACNP-BC, CNE, CHSE - “Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator,” Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Chicago, IL. April, 2019.
  • Kyle Flynn, Ph.D. - “External Letter Peer Reviewer –  ‘Literature Review on Nutrient-Related Rates, Constantans, and Kinetic Formulations in Surface Water Quality Modeling,’” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. May, 2018.
  • Brent Northup, M.A. - “Distinguished Service Award,” American Forensics Association—NIET. February, 2020.

Community Service

Maria Brosnan, MSN, APRN, ACNP-BC, CNE, CHSE

  • Volunteer at Our Lady of the Valley Parish, 2019, member of the God’s Love Dinner Group, we bring and serve food at God’s Love homeless shelter.

Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D.

  • Member of the Board of Directors, Humanities Montana, Three-year term beginning in 2020, Missoula, Montana.

Soumitree Gupta, Ph.D.

  • Presenter on “Intersectionality: Sexism, Racism & Transforming our Understanding to Fight for Equality” panel, Social and Racial Justice Committee, YWCA, Holter Museum, Helena, MT, December 2018.

Alyssa Hahn, Ph.D.

  • Guest Leader of SciGirls Workshop, SciGirls, ExplorationWorks, Science workshop for girls ages 9-14, November 2018.
  • Leader of MedStart Summer Camp Workshop, Northeastern Montana Area Health Education Center, Butte, MT. July 2019.
  • Panelist for Women in STEAM, Helena College, Helena, MT, October 2019.

Eric Hall, Ph.D.

  • Presenter, Helena Catholic Men’s Conference, St. Helena Cathedral, “Strength of Body; Strength of Character,” April 2019.
  • Presenter, St. Mary Parish, “Spirituality and Desire,” January 2019.

Patrick Judge, M.S.

  • Member, Helena Citizen Conservation Advisory Board, Helena, MT. 2018–2019. Chair of Energy Subcommittee.
  • President, Helena Vigilante Runners, Inc., Helena, MT.
  • Board Member/Officer, Montana Renewable Energy Association, Helena, MT.
  • Member, NorthWestern Energy USB Renewable Energy Advisory Committee, Helena, MT.

Belle Marie, D.B.A., C.P.A., C.M.A., C.I.A., C.G.M.A, C.F.E.

  • Presenter, First Security Bank, Helena, MT, professional staff & board member “Auditing 101‚” and “Internal Audits for Banks,” May 2020.
  • Presenter, American Business Women Association, Helena, MT. “Business Ethics,” March 2019.
  • Presenter, Helena Chapter of CPAs, Helena, MT. “Ethics: A Philosophical Perspective,” November 2018.
  • Presenter, Helena Chapter of CPAs, Helena, MT. “Overview of Proposed Audit Report,” February 2018.
  • Committee Member, Montana Society of CPAs, Helena, MT, MSCPA Professional Development Committee.
  • Board of Directors, IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education), Lenexa, Kansas. Board of Directors member.

Brent Northup, M.A.

  • Western Representative to the National Council for American Forensics Association-NIET and Northwest Forensics Association-NFC.
  • Debate Judge, Debate Championship at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. February, 2019.

Kelly Parsley, M.A., M.P.H.

  • Vice Chair, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. June 2019.
  • Member, Montana Public Health Workforce Development Team, Helena, MT. October, 2019.
  • Invited Program Participant, Montana Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Assessment. Montana Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Helena, MT. January 2019.
  • Presenter, “Sexual Assault Response and Prevention” two-day workshop, Montana Air and Army National Guard, Great Falls, MT. September 2019.
  • Presenter, “Sex Crimes: Response and Victim Support‚” Montana Army National Guard, Helena, MT, April 2019.
  • Presenter, “Public Health and Prevention Strategies‚” “Let’s Talk about It‚” Plymouth Congregational Church, Helena, MT, April 2020.

Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D.

  • Panel Moderator, Philosophy Symposium Series on the Environment, Ethics, and Stewardship, “Symposium, Part One, on Public vs. Private land, (individual rights, collective rights, indigenous rights), Merlin, Carroll College, Helena, MT. September 2018.

Marie Suthers, D.V.M.

  • Faculty Mentor, Boy Scout Merit Badge University, Helena, MT. Horsemanship Badge, March 2019
  • Faculty Mentor and Presenter, Montana GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs), Carroll College Equine Center, Equine Experiential Education for students from Montana, including seven American Indian reservations to improve high school graduation and college enrollment rates. June 2019
  • Presenter, C.R. Anderson Middle School Career Fair, “Career opportunities in Anthrozoology,” Helena, MT. March 2019.
  • Faculty Mentor and Presenter, “Introduction to Veterinary Medicine: Canine Physical Examination,” Girls’ STEM Round-up Workshop, Carroll College, February 2019.
  • External Reviewer, Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin, Helena, MT. “Measuring the social, behavioral, and academic effects of classroom pets for third and fourth-grade students,” January 2019.

Professor Emeritus

Awarded Emeritus, 2021
Erik Pratt

Awarded Emeritus, 2020
Anne Perkins
Terry Mullen

Awarded Emeritus, 2019
Donna Greenwood
Kim Garrison
Ralph Esposito

Awarded Emeritus, 2018
Lynette Zuroff
Nathalie Caulliez
Bethalee Schoyen

Awarded Emeritus, 2016
Phil Rose

Awarded Emeritus, 2015
Jack Oberwiser
Tomas Graman

Awarded Emeritus, 2014
Ron Stottlemyer
Robert Swartout


Awarded Tenure, 2019
Ed Glowienka, Ph.D., Philosophy
Nikki Honzel, Ph.D., Psychology
Jessica McManus, Ph.D., Psychology
Dean Pavlakis, Ph.D., History
John Rowley, Ph.D., Chemistry
Eric Sullivan, Ph.D., Mathematics

Awarded Tenure, 2018
D. J. Cash, Ph.D., History
Jodi Fasteen, Ph.D., Mathematics
Eric Hall, Ph.D., Philosophy and Theology
Ryan Hallows, Ph.D., Spanish
David Hitt, Ph.D., Chemistry
Alex Street, Ph.D., Political Science

Promoted to Full Professor, 2019
John Ries, Ph.D., Theology
Bob Stansberry, Ed.D., Education

Promoted to Associate Professor, 2019
Travis Almquist, Ph.D., Biology
Katherine Greiner, Ph.D., Theology
Gerald Schafer, Ph.D., Health Sciences
Kim Shire, M.F.A., Fine Arts – Theatre

Promoted to Associate Professor, 2018
Soumitree Gupta, Ph.D., English
Lauri Travis, Ph.D., Sociology and Anthropology


New ILC Courses:
Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D., Debra Bernardi, Ph.D.
Exploring Gender: Literature and History (Spring 2020).

Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D., Loren Graham, M.A., M.F.A.
Philosophy and Poetry (Fall 2018).

New Special Topics Courses:
Alyssa Hahn, Ph.D.
Biomechanics (Fall 2019).

Belle Marie, D.B.A.
Sustainability Accounting & Integrated Reporting (Summer 2019).
Forensic Accounting & Data Analytics (Spring 2019).
Not-for-Profit Accounting (Spring 2019).
Advanced Auditing (Spring 2019).

Eric Daryl Meyer, Ph.D.
Slavery and Christian Theology (Spring 2019).
Humans, Animals, and Nature: Ecologies of Religion (Fall 2018).

Gerald Schafer, Ph.D.
Biomechanics” (Spring 2020).

New Study Abroad Courses:
Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D.
“An Elusive Peace: Study Abroad the Middle East,” Israel, Palestine, Jordan, June 2019.

Kelly Parsley, M.P.H.
“Global Health Issues in Uganda,” Uganda, December 2019–January 2020.

Marie Suthers, D.V.M.
“Anthrozoology in South Africa: Wildife Conservation and Veterinary care,” South Africa, May–June 2019.

Honors theses:
Alyssa Hahn, Ph.D.
Thesis director for Hope D. Welhaven, “Global Metabolomic Profiles of Articular Cartilage Vary by Radiography-Confirmed Osteoarthritis Grade.” 2019.

Thesis director for Jenna M. Starke, “Global metabolic profiling of human joint fluid following a second ACL tear: A case report.” 2019.

Faculty Academic Background

Leslie Angel, Ph.D.
Psychology Department
University of Montana—Missoula

Debra Bernardi, Ph.D.
Languages and Liturature Department
University of Wisconsin—Madison

Maria Brosnan, MSN, APRN, ACNP-BC, CNE, CHSE
Nursing Department
Rush University of Chicago

Jamie Dolan., Ph.D.
Sociology Department
University of Arizona

Gary Fischer, M.S., P.E.
Engineering Department
University of California, Davis

Kyle Flynn, Ph.D.
Engineering Department
Tufts University

Jeanette Fregulia, Ph.D.
History Department
University of Nevada, Reno

Soumitree Gupta, Ph.D.
Languages and Liturature Department
Syracuse University

Alyssa Hahn, Ph.D.
Biology Department
Montana State University

Eric Hall, Ph.D.
Philosophy Department
Claremont Graduate University

Grant Hokit, Ph.D.
Biology Department
Oregon State University

Nikki Honzel, Ph.D.
Psychology Department
University of Louisville

Patrick Judge, M.S.
Physics Department
University of Montana

Maren Marchesini, Ph.D.
Fine Arts Department—Music
University of Washington

Belle Marie, D.B.A., C.P.A., C.M.A., C.I.A., C.G.M.A, C.F.E.
Business Department
George Fox University

Eric Daryl Meyer, Ph.D.
Theology Department
Fordham University

Brent Northup, M.A.
Communications Department
University of Missouri—Columbia

Kelly Parsley, M.A., M.P.H.
Health Sciences Department
University of Montana

Dean Pavlakis, Ph.D.
History Department
SUNY at Buffalo

Anneliese Renk, Ph.D.
Languages and Liturature Department—French
University of California—Santa Barbara

John Ries, Ph.D., S.T.D.
Theology Department
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Elvira Roncalli, Ph.D.
Philosophy Department
Universite Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve

Gerald L. Schafer, Ph.D.
Health Sciences Department
University of Pittsburgh

Gerald L. Shields, Ph.D.
Biology Department
University of Toronto

William Mark Smillie, Ph.D.
Philosophy Department
University of Notre Dame

Molly Sumridge, M.S.
Anthrozoology Department
Canisius College

Marie Suthers, D.V.M.
Anthrozoology Department
The Ohio State University