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John Paulett

John Paulett

Expressive Arts & Theology Teacher

Extension: ext. 112
Departments: Expressive Arts Department, Theology Department, Faculty

ABOUT JOHN PAULETT

Courses:

History and Theory of Film, Moral Theology, Freshman Theology (Scripture)

Academic Background:

John holds a B.S. in Linguistics from Georgetown University, an M.A. in Theology from Felician College, an M.F.A in Creative Writing from Antioch University, and he is currently pursuing post-graduate work in Religious Studies at Northwestern University.

Awards:

In 2013, Mr. Paulett was selected to receive the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Education. He has also been recognized as "Heart of the School" by the Archdiocese of Chicago.

Other Interests:

Mr. Paulett has published histories of Chicago, a book on prayer and spirituality, and several plays (Lost Chicago; Forgotten Chicago; Printers Row; Pentecost, Peanuts, Popcorn and Prayer). John is also an actor and has appeared on stage and in film, including the award-winning short film "The European Kid."

External Positions:

• Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies at Felician University

• Vice-Chair Golden Apple Academy of Fellows

• Instructor Golden Apple Scholar Summer Institute (DePaul University

Certifications and Endorsements:

• Permanent Certificate in Religious Education (Diocese of Cleveland)

• Illinois State Teaching License Endorsements: English, Drama

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