Researching Roman Catholic thought...
CCIH encourages faculty in all schools and departments to develop undergraduate and graduate courses concerned with or connected to Catholic thought. A stipend is offered to faculty who develop these new courses during the summer. Click here to download an application
CCIH provides year-long research project funding to faculty for either individual or group research projects concerned with or connected to Catholic thought. The project goal is normally a published text, a work of art or literature, a film, but can also include an organized conference or a team taught course. For details on research team support and project design ideas, faculty should contact the Center. Click here to download an application
The three-year Democracy, Culture, and Catholicism International Research is a new CCIH venture bringing Loyola faculty into research collaboration with scholars in Eastern Europe, South America, and South East Asia.
CCIH, in support of the Catholic Studies Minor, is funding a one-year fellowship to undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in the Catholic Studies Minor program. This fellowship is dedicated to support for CCIH funded faculty research projects. Student submits completed application on-line through the Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (LUROP) by March 1.
CCIH continues building its library of magazines, journals, books, and films linked to the Catholic intellectual heritage. Students and faculty are encouraged to consult these materials for general information or research purposes.