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Fellowships

Saint Thomas More Fellowship Lectures provide opportunities for students to engage with distinguished individuals in their respective fields in a religious dialogue on issues of culture, science and law. These fellowships are made possible through the generosity of Francis (Fay) Vincent, Jr. '63 LL.B., Thomas E. Golden, Jr. '51 BE, '52 M. Eng. and The Lehrman Institute, in recognition of Hon. Guido Calabresi '53, '58 LL.

Fay Vincent, Jr. Fellowship in Catholic Faith & Culture
Francis (Fay) T. Vincent, Jr. '63 LL.B, established the Fellowship in Catholic Faith & Culture in memory of his father, Francis (Fay) T. Vincent '31 who graduated six years before Saint Thomas More Chapel was built. Modeled after the Chubb Fellowship at Yale, the Fay Vincent, Jr. Fellowship for Catholic Faith & Culture allows for a person of national or international recognition to spend a day at Yale, meeting with students during the informal moments of the day and over meals. The visit culminates with a lecture open to the whole university community. 

The Thomas E. Golden, Jr. Fellowship in Faith & Science  
The Thomas E. Golden, Jr. Fellowship in Faith & Science  was established in 2001 and is made possible by the vision and generosity of the late Thomas E. Golden, Jr. '51 BE, '52 M. Eng. An underlying question informing the Fellowship, and posed to us by the donor himself, is "Can 21st century science bring us closer to God?" Mr. Golden, a civil engineer by training at Yale, was fascinated by the interplay, tensions and harmonies of science and faith.

The Judge Guido Calabresi Fellowship in Religion & Law
The Judge Guido Calabresi Fellowship in Religion & Law was established to advance the Catholic intellectual program at Saint Thomas More in the area of religion and the law. The fellowship is made possible through the generosity of The Lehrman Institute, in recognition of Hon. Guido Calabresi '53, '58 LL.B., former Dean of Yale Law School and member of the Saint Thomas More Board of Trustees.

 

 

 

View videos or listen to podcasts from past Fellowship lectures.