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Class of 2012

Jordan Wood is doing a year of intensive language study in France and applying to
doctoral programs in the U.S.

Alex Giltner is a doctoral student at SLU in Medieval Christianity.

Julie Riley teaches at Visitation Academy in St. Louis.

Class of 2011

Blake Hartung is a doctoral student in Early Christianity at SLU.

Paul Lawler earned his M.Ed. after leaving SLU and teaches at Creighton Prep High
School in Omaha.

Class of 2010

Jeannie Steenberge is Religion Department Chair at Villa Duchesne High School in
St. Louis.

Lisa Knabe is a campus minister and theology teacher at Visitation Academy in St.
Louis.

2009

Jonathan Ott teaches theology at St. Louis University High School in St. Louis.

Matt Stewart was a campus minister and theology teacher at St. Louis University
High School before he entered the Society of Jesus.

Charles Michael Shea is a doctoral student in Modern Christianity at SLU.

Class of 2008

Andrea Lynch teaches theology at Cor Jesu High school in St. Louis.

Sarah Sparks is completing her doctoral dissertation in Modern Christianity at SLU.
She teaches theology at Marymount College in Arlington, VA.

T.C. Parsons was a Catholic Worker living in the Karen House community in St.
Louis after he left SLU. He now works for Lemay Housing Partnership in St. Louis.

Matt Dailey teaches theology at Vianney High School in St. Louis.

Jonathan King is in the doctoral program in Historical Theology at SLU.

Class of 2006

Colby Dickinson, completed his PhD at the Catholic University at Leuven in
Belgium and now teaches theology at Loyola Chicago.

Maureen Walsh completed her Ph.D. in Comparative Religion at Georgetown
University. She is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Georgetown.

Class of 2005

Kevin Toben teaches theology at Nerinx High School in St. Louis.

Scott McConnaha is Director of Corporate Relations for FSCC HealthCare Ministry,
Inc. in Wisconsin.

Ed Hamer teaches theology at CBC High School in St. Louis.

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