Throughout the year, the Graduate Catholic Student Association and CC@S host events to bring Catholic grad students together. Sign up to our mailing list here!

Dinner and Discussion

Our flagship series during the school year is a forum for graduate students and young adults that fosters community and open discussion of relevant issues impacting Catholics while sharing a meal. Join us on Monday nights at 6:30pm in room 215 on the second floor of Old Union.

Upcoming Events


Meet Our Grad Student Leaders

Foreground (Left to right): Grad Student Leaders Mark Miller, Katie Wullert, Eric Lebel

Foreground (Left to right): Grad Student Leaders Mark Miller, Katie Wullert, Eric Lebel

Mark Miller, President

Hi there! I'm enjoying my first year as a husband and fourth year as a PhD student in human-computer interaction. My hometown is Peoria, IL, and I went to the esteemed University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I hope to meet you at one of the many community events we have so that I can hear how you experience God's beauty.

Katie Wullert, Vice-President

Oh hello! I'm a fifth year PhD student in the sociology department, which I came to after finishing undergrad with the incredible Jesuits at Boston College. I hail from the great state of New Jersey, and dearly miss the bagels and pizza back home. The 10pm mass is past my bedtime, so you can find me singing with the 4:30 choir on Sundays. I also love to read, go on hikes, and explore different parts of the Bay Area.

Eric Lebel, Financial Officer

Hi! I grew up in Queensbury, NY and I did my undergraduate with the East Coast Dominican Friars at Providence College in Rhode Island. I majored in music and biochemistry, and now I am a Ph.D. student in the Earth System Science Department here at Stanford. I love to play the organ and sing in choir, and I really enjoy participating in the choirs here at Stanford and in the Catholic Community. I’m really looking forward to continue as the Financial Officer for the graduate student organization.

Our grad leaders in collaboration with the campus ministry staff plan activities and events to form a vibrant graduate community. If you are interested in learning more or getting involved, contact our Campus Minister, Lourdes Alonso (lalonso@stanford.edu)


GSB Fellowship

The GSB Catholic Student Association is committed to fostering a spiritual element within Stanford Graduate School of Business. We coordinate religious and social interaction amongst Stanford GSB Catholics, extending from weekly mass and prayer sessions, to BBQs, talks and other social events. For more information, contact us at GSB_CatholicStudentAssociation-Leadership@stanford.edu or email Deacon John Kerrrigan, johnk3@stanford.edu.


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