Our centers and institutes provide nimble, cutting-edge support for specialized academic programs, administrative functions, and scholarly research.
Join students, activists, and faculty who work on issues of race, class, gender and other differences by gathering and sharing information. The Center actively supports the mission of St. Kate’s by affirming the dignity of women and fostering their intellectual and leadership potential.
The CATIE Center is nationally known for teaching interpreting skills to support Deaf and Deaf-Blind populations in healthcare settings. As the Collaborative for the Advancement of Teaching Interpreting Excellence, we offer ASL immersion experiences, deaf mentor training, webinars, continuing education units, and more.
Community Work and Learning (CWL) facilitates meaningful community engagement through service-learning, student employment, and co-curricular civic engagement activities. Through CWL, students to deepen their understanding of social responsibility and practice ethical leadership in the CSJ tradition.
Pursue a major or minor in business-to-business or healthcare sales, or access the Center’s professional development programs. Our experienced faculty love mentoring future sales leaders and honing their skills through national sales competitions.
The Center animates spiritual growth, builds community, and cultivates belonging among the University’s diverse student body, faculty, and staff. We relish our diversity and facilitate learning from one another’s faith commitments. Action and advocacy for social justice, including earth justice, remain persistently important in the Center’s work.
Encuentro brings together high school young women, their adult mentors, and St. Kate's students and faculty to engage in dialogue and discernment with others from diverse backgrounds while drawing from the wisdom of spiritual and Roman Catholic theological traditions.
The McGlynn Information Technology Center manages the information technology infrastructure — network, hardware, and software — on which St. Catherine runs. It also provides comprehensive IT services to all students, faculty, and staff.
Improve your effectiveness as a teacher, advance student performance and strengthen your STEM literacy. NCSEE programs help practicing elementary teachers and teacher candidates become confident, competent and comfortable in teaching STEM subjects.
As the central administrative unit charged with advancing University research, scholarship, and innovation, SPREE oversees University grantmaking, grant submission, sponsored programs administration, research compliance, and Institutional Review Board administration.
Gain valuable, practical experience at the Women’s Health Integrative Research Center (WHIR). Achieve interpersonal and analytical skills by conducting hands-on assessments and designing research studies that address modern-day challenges to healthy living.