Reilly Center Awards 2012 Sloan Prizes

Author: Jessica Baron

Charles Pence and Grace Deardurff have been awarded the 2012 Sloan prizes by the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values. The Sloan Prize is awarded each year to one graduate student who embodies Reilly Fellow and History and Philosophy of Science professor Phillip Sloan's commitment to scholarship and to one undergraduate student who in some special way embodies the mission and core values of the Reilly Center. Each student will receive a $500 award. Read More

Reilly Fellow Jon Coleman publishes new book

Author: Jessica Baron

A new book by Reilly Fellow Jon T. Coleman explores the myth of Hugh Glass, a hunter brutally mauled by a grizzly bear along the Yellowstone River in the summer of 1823. Glass, who survived the attack despite being abandoned by his hunting partners, became a mythic figure to those seeking adventure in the American West. Read More

Reilly Center Announces Dual-Degree Award Winners

Author: Jessica Baron

The John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values hosted an awards ceremony on Friday, April 20, 2012 for students from the Reilly Arts & Letters/Engineering Five-Year Dual-Degree Program. Guests included the Reilly Center’s benefactor Mr. Jack Reilly, as well as John Staud (Senior Director, Pastoral Formation and Administration, ND Alliance For Catholic Education (ACE) Program) and Susan Valdiserri (pictured below, Executive Coach, Leadership & Learning Consultant, Read More

Reilly Center Inducts Four New Fellows

Author: Jessica Baron

The John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values announced its new fellows on Monday, April 30, 2012: David Hernandez (Classics), Nick Laneman (Wireless Institute), Jessica Payne (Psychology), and Carter Snead (Law School). The four nominees represent a diverse mix of scholarship and are drawn from the College of Arts & Letters, the College of Engineering, and the Law School. Read More