Loyola Rome Center, Loyola University Chicago
Dr. Michael F. Andrews Loyola University Rome Center Via Massimi 114/A 00136 Roma Italia
Dr. Michael F.…
Andrews is the Director of the Loyola Rome Center (John Felice Rome Center), a campus of Loyola University Chicago located in the Monte Mario neighborhood of Rome. He is the former McNerny-Hanson University Endowed Professor of Ethics and Catholic Thought as well as the former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Portland; former dean of the Matteo Ricci College of Humanities at Seattle University; and presently serves as vice-president of the International Association of the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein. Dr. Andrews has published widely in the areas of ethics and Catholic social thought; Jesuit / Ignatian themes, especially in dialogue with deconstruction; and phenomenology. A former member of the New England Province of the Society of Jesus (USA), Michael received his PhD from Villanova University (2002), the MPhil from the Pontifical Gregorian University (1994), the MA in Philosophical Theology from Yale (1988), and the BA from Georgetown University (1986). He presently lives in Rome, Italy with his wife (Monica) and their 13-year old daughter, Elisa. When not tinkering on the piano or working on a creative project, Michael enjoys taking long walks with his his dog (Bacio) along the Tevere.