The Department of Humanities showcases the broad liberal arts focus of St. Gregory’s by challenging students to enhance critical thinking and develop effective speaking and research skills essential to numerous career paths. Active engagement in high-quality creative writing distinguishes St. Gregory’s students in their perceptive approach to literature and in the Catholic tradition of values that will enrich their intellectual life and increase their individual usefulness to society.
Students pursuing a degree in History can actively engage, interact with and learn from some of the greatest minds and texts of human history in small, discussion-based classes. Rewarding careers in English and Liberal Arts are available to individuals who are guided on their intellectual journey by faculty who are personally committed to each and every student.
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- Kenneth Brown, Associate Professor
- William Crossley, Visiting Instructor
- Dr. Ron Faulk, Associate Professor
- Dr. Eric Gray, Associate Professor
- Sr. Maricanne Kappes, Professor
- Dr. Tash Smith, Assistant Professor