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About Brian Stiltner

Brian Stiltner was chair of the department 2006–2008 and 2011–2016. He is co-chair of the university’s Interprofessional Palliative Care Committee and co-director of the Hersher Institute for Applied Ethics. His teaching and research focus on virtue ethics, bioethics, religion and politics, the ethics of war and peace, and moral issues within Catholicism. He is the author, coauthor, or coeditor of four books, most recently Toward Thriving Communities in 2016. He received his masters from Yale Divinity School, his Ph.D. from Yale University. Find his CV under "About" below.

Positions

2017 - Present Co-director of the Hersher Institute for Applied Ethics, Sacred Heart University Department of Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies
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September 1998 - Present Professor Theology & Religious Studies, Sacred Heart University Department of Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies
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2011 - 2016 Chair, Sacred Heart University Department of Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies
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2006 - 2008 Chair, Sacred Heart University Department of Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies
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1998 - 2003 Director of the Hersher Institute for Applied Ethics, Sacred Heart University Department of Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Academics for Creative Teaching Grant. SHU, 2009, 2011
  • John XXIII Award for Campus Leadership. SHU, September 2003
  • University Research and Creativity Grant. SHU, 2001, 2014
  • University College Faculty Excellence Award, 2007
  • Interprofessional Education Exchange (iPEX), 2019–2020
  • University Research and Creativity Grant. SHU, 2001, 2014

Courses

  • Critical Thinking
  • Black Theology and Ethics
  • Religion, War & Peace
  • Human Rights
  • Bioethics

Education

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M.A., Yale Divinity School ‐ Religion
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Ph.D., Yale University ‐ Religious Studies
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B.A., John Carroll University ‐ Religious Studies & Classics
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Contact Information

Department of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies 
Humanities Center of Acad Bldg HC 221 N
College of Arts and Sciences
203-396-8463

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Recent Works (3)

Videos (3)

Books (4)

Contributions to Books (12)

Articles (6)