Michael Neus ’80 Institute for Character & Citizenship

The Michael Neus ’80 Institute for Character & Citizenship serves as an intellectual cross-disciplinary hub for programmatic offerings designed to engage thought leaders, civic leaders, alumni attorneys, public servants, and model citizens in the areas of ethics, civics, public debate, politics, and service.

The Michael Neus ’80 Institute for Character & Citizenship is designed particularly to form lasting life pillars that will be foundational throughout a graduate’s life.  By acclimating students in mediums of public discourse, debate, lectures, symposiums, service and mission immersion programs, it is the aspired goal of this Institute to form the minds and hearts of students at Brother Rice in their journey from boyhood to manhood – as sons, brothers, husbands, and future dads.

It is envisioned through this inspired work, The Michael Neus ’80 Institute for Character & Citizenship will be a catalyst for building a more just, respectful, and engaged citizenry in all facets of personal and professional pursuits.

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