2010–2012 Faculty Fellows

2010–2012 Faculty Fellows

 

Jim Frabutt

Associate Professional Specialist, Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program

Alliance for Catholic Education

Jim Frabutt, Ph.D. is an associate professional specialist in the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program, part of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education. As a concurrent Associate Professor of Psychology and a Fellow in the Institute for Educational Initiatives, Dr. Frabutt has partnered with teachers, principals, schools, social service providers, and government agencies to conduct action-oriented, community-based research. As a CSC Fellow, he will work closely with Center for Social Concerns colleagues Mary Beckman and Jay Brandenberger, as well as Arts and Letters Associate Dean Stuart Greene, and Jay Caponigro, the director of the Robinson Community Learning Center, to foster and deepen community engaged scholarship among faculty and staff on campus. He will assist in framing a strategic plan for community-engaged scholarship that illustrates how such work will advance the comprehensive mission of Notre Dame. As part of this effort, he will serve as a core team member in writing the University’s application to the Carnegie Foundation for classification as a community-engaged institution.

 

Rev. Paul Kollman, C.S.C.

Assistant Professor of Theology

Paul Kollman, C.S.C., assistant professor of Theology, has been assisting Rachel Tomas Morgan with the academic and theological content of the International Summer Service Learning Program (ISSLP) at the Center for Social Concerns since 2004 and has been part of the Center’s theology working group. In 2009, Kollman and Tomas Morgan co-authored an article published in New Theology Review on the challenges and opportunities of service-learning at Catholic universities. As a CSC Fellow, Kollman will work with a newly formed faculty learning community on fostering global citizenship at Notre Dame. Additionally, he will continue to work with Tomas Morgan to integrate theological concepts and constructs of global citizenship through their work in the ISSLP. Kollman’s research focuses on African Christianity, mission history, and world Christianity. He has carried out research in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. He has published articles and reviews in a variety of journals in theology, religious studies, and African studies; his book The Evangelization of Slaves and Catholic Origins in Eastern Africa(Orbis) came out in 2005.