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Seton Hall Catholic Studies Major is a World Citizen: Ms. Amy Giuliano in Her Own Words
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Ms. Amy GiulianoA Catholic Studies Degree is A World of Opportunities

Amy Giuliano, Catholic Studies Major (2009) is back in the United States to pursue Ph.D. studies after earning a Baccalaureate Degree in Sacred Theology (2013) from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome and a Diploma in Philosophy (2010) from L’Ecole Saint Jean, Institut Privé de Philosophie et Théologie in France. Amy is fluent in Italian and French and has dual citizenship in the United States and Italy. Here is what Amy Giuliano has to say about how her training in Catholic Studies shaped her dreams and helped her embark on her career:

"I am a proud graduate of the Seton Hall Catholic Studies program! In 2009, I graduated with a B.A. in Catholic Studies. The Catholic Studies program enabled me not only to study theology but also to discover the rich heritage of the Catholic faith in literature, art, and culture. As a Catholic Studies student, I was afforded the opportunity to spend a semester abroad at a Pontifical University in Rome. When I graduated from the Catholic Studies program, I decided to return to Rome. While there, I earned a post-graduate degree from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Sacred Theology. My goal is to use the intellectual formation I’ve received for the service of others as a professor. In particular, I would like to explain our Church’s history and faith to students, using sacred art as a means to do so. It was through my classes at Seton Hall that I first discovered this passion. And, my undergraduate experience was the springboard to so many exciting opportunities in Rome. I owe a debt of gratitude to the Catholic Studies professors at Seton Hall who inspired me and helped set me on this path."

For more information please contact:
Dr. Ines Angeli Murzaku
(973) 275-5845
ines.muraku@shu.edu

 

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