trust, confidence, belief, faith
Challenge and strengthen your most important beliefs.
Co-directors: Dr. Joseph Cimakasky, Department of Philosophy, and Dr. Justin Kishbaugh, Department of English
Faculty members of Fides from left to right: Prof. Theodore Bergfelt, Dr. Ellen Cavanaugh, and Dr. Justin Kishbaugh
View a PowerPoint slide show about FIDES's activities in 2014-15.
UCOR 030C, Research and Information Skills, Prof. Theodore Bergfelt
UCOR 101C, Thinking and Writing across the Curriculum, Dr. Justin Kishbaugh
UCOR 132C, Basic Philosophical Questions, Dr. Joseph Cimakasky
UCOR 143C, Global and Cultural Perspectives, Prof. Joyce Konigsburg
UCOR 102C, Imaginative Literature & Critical Writing, Dr. Justin Kishbaugh (optional)
UCOR 151C, Philosophical Ethics
Read about and take a look at photos of FIDES students as they worked for social justice during 2012-13.
In 2013-14 FIDES students became acquainted with the parish of St. Stephen, located in a historic church in the community of Hazelwood, which lost much of its population when the steel industry collapsed in Pittsburgh. FIDES is helping the parish to preserve the history and document the importance of their beautiful church as a way of learning about the artistic expression of deeply held beliefs.
FIDES women live in 4W of St. Ann Living-learning Center. FIDES men live in 4E of St. Ann Living-learning Center.
St. Ann is in the lower right-hand corner of the campus map.