Pastoral Leadership in a Cultural Context
Zilber Hall, Suite 360
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Susan is a long-time member of the Marquette community. She served as a campus minister and an adjunct faculty member since 1977, teaching at various times in the College of Journalism, the Diederich College of Communication, the College of Education, the Honors Program, and the Theology Department.
She holds a master's degree in theological studies from St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee and a doctorate in Philosophy and History of Education from Marquette University. In addition to directing the Pastoral Leadership program, Susan is the Director of Manresa for Faculty, an initiative which supports the exploration and deepening of the role of faculty in a Jesuit, Catholic institution. She regularly gives workshops and presentations on Ignatian pedagogy and the use of reflection in the classroom at conferences around the country.
Abe joined the Marquette community in 2004 as a doctoral student. He has served the university as an adjunct instructor of theology since 2007, and the Archdiocese of Milwaukee as an instructor in the Office of Diaconate Formation since 2013.
Abe holds a Master's of Arts in Systematic Theology from St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn., and a doctorate in Systematic Theology from Marquette. His principle research interests include ecclesiology, ecumenism, Catholic Social Teaching, and the doctrine of revelation.