Kari Kloos is Professor of Religious Studies and Assistant Vice President for Mission. Her academic interests integrate mission, vocation, historical theology, and spirituality in liberal arts education, drawing upon her undergraduate education at St. Olaf College (B.A. Religion and Music, ’94), graduate education at the University of Notre Dame (M.A. in Theology, ’98; Ph.D. in Theology, ’04), and Lilly Postdoctoral Fellowship at Valparaiso University (2003-05). Since joining Regis University in 2005, she has found a home in Ignatian spirituality. Dr. Kloos is the author of Christ, Creation, and the Vision of God: Augustine’s Transformation of Early Christian Theophany Interpretation (Brill, 2011) and co-editor of Augustine and Apocalyptic (Lexington Books, 2013). Her current research project involves spirituality in Jesuit higher education.

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