shaw-headshot.gifDistinguished Fellow

Dr. Elizabeth Shaw is a member of the faculty and associate dean for accreditation at Catholic Distance University. She also lectures in the School of Philosophy at Catholic University. She is an associated scholar of the Hildebrand Project and associate editor of two journals, The Review of Metaphysics and the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly

For eight years Elizabeth was research assistant to Catholic intellectual and Busch School faculty member Michael Novak. As a former staff member at the Ciocca Center, she led the Center's Novak Legacy programs, including the annual Novak Symposium, the Novak Reading Group, and a new course on "Approaches to the Human Person: Business and Entrepreneurial Perspectives," which she created and taught with Ciocca distinguished fellow Fr. John McNerney.  

Elizabeth earned PhD and MA degrees in philosophy from Catholic University, and a BS in mathematics from Georgetown University.