Wyoming Catholic’s New President Emphasizes Faith, ‘Unique Vision of Education’
In his first year as president of Wyoming Catholic College, Dr. Glenn Arbery is making sure the Catholic faith remains central to every part of campus life.
“The great necessity,” Arbery told the Cardinal Newman Society in a recent interview, “is making sure that our Catholic faith does not become a mere inflection on what we do academically.”
Arbery served as academic dean and an associate professor of humanities before being named interim president of the Newman Guide-recommended college in Lander, Wyo. He has taught literature at three other Newman Guide-recommended institutions: the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Thomas More College of