A former corrections officer and campus minister, Winright taught religious ethics at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, and moral theology at Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio, before joining the Saint Louis faculty in 2005. Winright seeks to equip and enable students to think theologically, to inform their consciences about significant questions and issues of the day, and to be people who serve others. He is an active member of several professional and learned societies, co-editor of the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, book reviews editor for the international journal Political Theology, and a contributing writer to Sojourners magazine.
Jack Thornburg, Ph.D., associate professor of Anthropology.
Cheryl Heinz, Ph.D., associate professor of Biological Sciences.
Patrick Polasek, Ph.D., associate professor of Psychology/Sociology.
Christine Fletcher, Ph.D., associate professor of Theology.
Joel Ostrow, Ph.D., professor of Political Science.
Fannie Rushing, Ph.D., professor of History.
Patricia Somers, Ph.D., instructor in the Department of Psychology/Sociology.
Sr. Karen Nykiel, O.S.B., lecturer, Religious Studies.