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Erin Lothes-Biviano, Ph.D.
Program Director

Annunciation Center 312

Phone: (973) 290-4329


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Theology Professor Presented at Conference in Rome

Erin Lothes, an assistant theology professor at SEU, presented at the Ethics in Action Conference in Rome. This conference, co-hosted by the Vatican's Pontifical Academy of Sciences, the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network and Religions for Peace, encouraged both global and ethical leaders to develop a shared moral consensus on the challenges of sustainable development.

Lothes, who recently published a book Inspired Sustainability: Planting Seeds for Action on this topic, spoke about the importance of divesting from fossil fuels.

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The Graduate Theology Program offers four distinct tracks for the M.A. in Theology, as well as several non-degree opportunities at the graduate level. Through the broad curriculum, students have tremendous flexibility to shape their program to fit their interests and needs. Through critical analysis, Graduate Theology students develop an in-depth knowledge of the core areas of theology, inclusive of Christian thought and praxis.


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Erin Lothes Biviano, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Director of Graduate Theology
(973) 290-4329
Annunciation Center 311

Ryan McLaughlin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
(973) 290-4371
Annunciation Center 310

Anthony Santamaria, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
Professor of Philosophy
(973) 290-4338
Santa Rita Hall 405

Sr. Alice Swartz, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
(973) 290-4370
Annunciation Center 310