Benedictine Pedagogy/ABCU Conference

Saint Anselm CollegeBenedictine Engagement with the World: Stability, Mission, and Outreach
12th Annual Benedictine Pedagogy Conference
May 30-June 2, 2018
Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH

The Benedictine Institute is fully funding a limited number of faculty as well as administrative and support staff to attend.  The deadline to apply for this funding is March 13, 2018. 

The Benedictine Pedagogy Conference provides a venue by which faculty, staff and administrators can share ideas and practices by which they have successfully integrated Benedictine hallmarks in the classroom, student life, and collegiate environment.  The goal of the Benedictine Pedagogy Conference is to help faculty and staff at Catholic Benedictine institutions find ways to enrich the workplace by empowering them through information and tools to better serve the University mission and, as a consequence, enrich the student experience.

This year’s conference has a particular focus on the following issues:

  1. Connecting the Hallmarks with their Catholic Roots
  2. Hospitality and Living/Working in Community
  3. Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue
  4. Academic Freedom in the Context of the Church
  5. Service and the Common Good 

You may also submit proposals to ABCU for presentations and poster sessions.  Note, you do NOT need to present in order to receive Benedictine Institute funding to attend this conference. 

For more information, contact Rodger Narloch ([email protected]) and/or go to the conference website at:

Click here for call for presentation proposals. 

Click here to apply for funding to go to this conference.