Rev. Kevin J. Sandberg, C.S.C.

Rev. Kevin J. Sandberg, C.S.C.

Associate Teaching Professor; Director of Undergraduate Studies, Education, Schooling, and Society, Institute for Educational Initiatives; Director of Spiritual and Curricular Enrichment, Inspired Leadership Initiative

University of Notre Dame

124 Corby Hall

Notre Dame, IN 46556

Rev. Kevin Sandberg, C.S.C., is associate teaching professor in the Institute for Educational Initiatives, where he teaches and serves as director of undergraduate studies for the Education, Schooling, and Society major/minor. He also teaches in the Department of Theology and Notre Dame’s Inspired Leadership Initiative, where he is director of spiritual and curricular enrichment. Previously at Notre Dame he was director of the Center for Social Concerns, where he also taught the Common Good Initiative, a set of multi-disciplinary immersion courses in social justice that enabled graduate and professional students from across the University to integrate considerations of Catholic social teaching into their disciplinary studies and career interests. He is a faculty fellow of Notre Dame's Institute for Educational Initiatives, a board member of Ave Maria Press, a board member of the Bethany Land Institute, and past treasurer and board member of the Religious Education Association, the association of professors, practitioners, and researchers in religious education. Prior to pastoral ministry as a member of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Father Kevin was the founding director of Young Adult Community at St. Clement Church in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. He was also a trust officer with the Northern Trust Bank and a financial economist with the U.S. Treasury Department. Father Kevin received his B.A. (economics) and M.Div. from the University of Notre Dame, an M.A. (theology) from the Graduate Theological Union/Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University, and his Ph.D. (religious education) from Fordham University. He grew up in South Florida, and now resides in St. Edward's Hall.