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Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions


The Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions serves the University, College and academy through the scholarly retrieval, interpretation and presentation of Catholic doctrinal and theological traditions.

The Gudorf Chair teaches courses in the Department of Religious Studies and makes substantive contributions to the entire university's intellectual life. Timothy R. Gabrielli, Ph.D. serves as the first Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions.

McGrath Award

The submission deadline for the Fr. Jack McGrath, S.M. Award for Research in Catholic Intellectual Traditions has been extended to December 18, 2020.

The award recognizes students whose research in a CAP course demonstrates rigorous, deep, and creative engagement with thinkers, texts and/or themes associated with Catholic Intellectual Traditions.

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We invite you to read more about this exciting new award in the news story linked below.

In the News
Research 10.05.20
University of Dayton launches new award for undergraduate student research in Catholic intellectual traditions

A new award honoring the memory of a University of Dayton alumnus and Marianist leader recognizes outstanding undergraduate student research related to Catholic intellectual traditions.

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Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions

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