Rev. Richard Bullene, CSC
Fr. Bullene is the Assistant Dean and an Assistant Professor Notre Dame's College of Archtecture. A “Double Domer,” he earned his B.Arch. in 1976 and his M.Div. in 1981. Fr. Bullene earned a Ph.D in architectural theory at the University of Pennsylvania in 1994 writing on Ernesto Rogers. He has served on the South Bend Historic Preservation Commission and the diocesan Committee on Art and Environment. Fr. Bullene teaches first-year courses in drawing and theory, and fifth-year design courses.
Rev. Sean McGraw, CSC
Fr. Sean McGraw is a Holy Cross priest originally from Hutchinson, MN. McGraw graduated from Notre Dame with a degree in Government and International Relations in 1992 and was a four-year member of the Men's Tennis Team. After graduation, McGraw completed a Master's in Western European Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He returned to Notre Dame in the fall of 1993 where he worked with Fr. Tim Scully, CSC, in founding the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) teacher training program. McGraw entered the Congregation of Holy Cross in the fall of 1995 and earned his Master's of Divinity from Notre Dame in 2000. McGraw was ordained a priest in April 2001 at Sacred Heart Basilica and served his deacon year and first two years as a priest at Notre Dame High School for Boys in Chicago where he taught history, coached basketball and tennis, served as an interim president during his second year there and also assisted at a local parish. McGraw then attended Harvard University, where he received his PhD from the Government Department and graduated in 2009. He returned to Notre Dame in the fall of 2009 as an Assistant Professor of Political Science teaching Comparative and European politics.