Photos: “Happiness without Religion? A Philosophical Debate”| Catholic Center at NYU

We had a full house for our September 10, 2016 session, “Happiness without Religion? A Philosophical Debate” at the Catholic Center at NYU. Moderated by R.R. Reno of First Things, presentations were made by Jennifer A. Frey, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina and Co-Principal Investigator, Virtue, Happiness, & the Meaning of Life; Candace Vogler, David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor of Philosophy, University of Chicago and Co-Principal Investigator, Virtue, Happiness, & the Meaning of Life; and Thomas Joseph White, OP, Executive Director, Thomistic Institute Dominican House of Studies, and Scholar, Virtue, Happiness, & the Meaning of Life.

Thank you to  the Thomistic Institute for sponsoring this event, and to photographer George Goss for these wonderful photos!

Photos: “Being Wise & Being Good: A Conversation” with Howard Nusbaum and Candace Vogler

Photos from our June 6, 2016 Keynote to our Working Group Meeting. “Being Wise & Being Good: A Conversation” with Howard Nusbuam and Candace Vogler was held in beautiful Swift Hall’s 3rd Floor Lecture Hall with a reception in the Common Room. Over 150 turned out! More photos are up on our Flickr album.

Coming soon: the video!

Days 1-2 Working Group Meeting in Chicago – photos

Our 2nd working group meeting of scholars met June 6-10, 2016 at the University of Chicago in the beautiful Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society. Although the sessions were closed, you can read our scholars’ abstracts for their June Meeting Topics here and see more photos up in our Flickr album for the week.



Photos: “Virtue & Happiness” Summer Seminar 2016

24 scholars in psychology, philosophy, and theology discussed ideas for a week at “Virtue & Happiness” (or “Virtue Camp” as at least one participant named it), an intensive seminar with 5 faculty, held at beautiful Moreau Seminary in South Bend, Indiana.

Our full album is up on our Flickr page , and we’ll post another sampling tomorrow.