William Cahoy is dean of the School of Theology—Seminary at Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota— a position he has held since 1999, having joined the faculty in 1990. Before coming to Saint John’s, he was a member of the theology department at St. Mary’s University (MN). Beyond Saint John’s, he currently serves as a member of the Commission on Accrediting for ATS, as president of the Minnesota Consortium of Theological Schools, and on the boards of the Society for Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, the Collegeville Institute for Cultural and Ecumenical Research, and Mount Marty College. Cahoy has written on the work of Søren Kierkegaard, feminist theology, the identity of church-related colleges, the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Benedictinism and the liberal arts, and theological education. His most recent publication is In the Name of the Church: Vocation and Authorization for Lay Ecclesial Ministry, which he edited. Cahoy earned an MA in religion from Yale Divinity School and a PhD in systematic theology from Yale.