- Andy Alexis-Baker received a Raynor Fellowship for academic year 2012-2013.
- Joseph Flipper received a fellowship from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Diversity Fellows Program, and will be working with Dr. Peter Paik of the French, Italian, and Comparative Literature Department, doing research on the Nouvelle Theologie.
- Darren Henson won the first annual CHA Graduate Student Essay competition for his seminar paper entitled "Toward A Theology of Palliative Care: Faith, Reason, Praxis, and Love." Mr. Henson won a cash prize for this paper, and was invited to present the paper at the annual CHA Theology and Ethics Colloquium in March, a conference attended by many of the ethics leaders in Catholic healthcare.
- Duane Loynes was awarded the Fund for Theological Education North American Doctoral Fellowship for the 2012-2013 academic year.
- Samantha Miller won the John Wesley Fellowship, which will provide funding for her for the next three years.
- Paul Monson received the American Benedictine Academy Monastic Studies Grant ($1,150), Schwyz and Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Project: Study of the pastoral theology of Martin Marty, O.S.B, (1834-1896) as found in his unpublished sermons and letters in the archives of Einsiedeln Abbey, Switzerland. He also received the Catholic Theological Society of America Conference Scholarship ($1,000) for the CTSA Annual Convention in St. Louis, MO, June 7-10, 2012, to present “Sacramentum and Stabilitas in American Benedictine Monasticism.”
- Kellen Plaxco has declined a Smith Fellowship in order to accept a Fulbright Fellowship to study at KU Leuven, in Belgium, for the 2012-2013 academic year. By conducting a close reading of Didymus’ texts with attention to his sources, Plaxco intends to reconstruct how the Platonist tradition influenced Didymus’ theory of participation. A Fulbright fellowship will allow him to spend the 2012-2013 academic year working at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven’s Faculty of Philosophy where he will analyze texts and archival documents essential to his research on Didymus under the direction of Prof. Gerd Van Riel, a leading specialist in ancient philosophy and director of the Leuven Centre for the Study of the Transmission of Texts and Ideas in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Lectio).
- Eric Vanden Eykel received a Schmitt Fellowship for academic year 2012-2013.
- John Volk has received a Lonergan Post Doctoral Fellowship for the 2012-2013 academic year at Boston College, which was awarded by the Lonergan Institute at Boston College. It includes a stipend and housing. Volk's research project is to write a book on Lonergan's soteriology, based on his dissertation, with the intent to include additional material on a) pneumatological implications of Lonergan's soteriology, b) implications for inter-religious dialogue, and c) implications for developing the category of 'social grace.'