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Dan Scholz

"Beyond Career to Calling: Acting as Leaders in the Public Square Who Serve God"

Dan Scholz is currently Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Cardinal Stritch University. He is tenured to the Religious Studies Department, where he served as Chair from 2006-2011. Dr. Scholz also served as Executive Director of the Saint Clare Center for Catholic Life at Cardinal Stritch University from 2007-2011.  

Dr. Scholz received his Ph.D. from Marquette University in 1997 in biblical theology. In 1998, he began teaching biblical studies at Saint Francis Seminary. In the fall of 2004 he began a new position at Cardinal Stritch University as a full-time faculty member in the Religious Studies Department and was named chair of the department beginning in the fall of 2005 and director of the Saint Clare Center, beginning in the fall of 2006. Dr. Scholz has over 30 years of teaching experience and he has taught at the high school, college and graduate school level. He began teaching theology in 1985 at Pius XI High School where he served as theology department chair for 10 years.   

Dr. Scholz is an active member of the Catholic Biblical Society and the Society of Biblical Literature. He has written for both Liturgy Training Publications and Liturgical Publications, Inc. Dr. Scholz has published three books with Anselm Academic: Jesus in the Gospels and Acts (2009; revised edition, 2013), The Pauline Letters (2013), and most recently, The Catholic Epistles, Hebrews, and Revelation (2016). 

Dr. Scholz gives presentations and lectures in biblical studies at regional and national professional conferences, and in parishes and schools throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Dan is married with three children and belongs to Christ King Parish in Wauwatosa.

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