Fr. Kevin Sandberg, C.S.C., Ph.D.
In addition to his role as director of undergraduate studies for the Education, Schooling, and Society major/minor, Father Kevin Sandberg teaches Religion, Education, and Democracy: Generational Responsibility for the American Proposition for ESS and The Common Good in Ireland: Theology in Place, Poetry, and the Pilgrimage Home as a concurrent associate teaching professor in the Department of Theology. He also teaches The Human Journey in Notre Dame’s Inspired Leadership Initiative, where he directs pedagogical reflection, curricular development, and spiritual enrichment. He previously directed Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns, where he taught a set of multi-disciplinary immersion courses in social justice for graduate and professional students. Prior to joining the Notre Dame faculty and the Congregation of Holy Cross, Fr. Sandberg was a trust officer with Northern Trust in Chicago and a financial economist with the U.S. Treasury Department in Washington, D.C.
- Ph.D. (Religious Education), Fordham University
- M.Div., University of Notre Dame
- M.A. (Theology), Graduate Theological Union
- B.A. (Economics), University of Notre Dame