Saint Vincent College is a welcoming environment, sharing the core values of the Benedictine tradition, especially hospitality, community, love, prayer and respect for the dignity of all.
Founded in 1848 by Boniface Wimmer, a monk from Bavaria, we are the first Benedictine college in the United States. Saint Vincent College has striven to embody the ideals and character of the 1,500-year-old heritage of Benedictine education. For 170 years, the monks of Saint Vincent have exemplified and carried on this living Benedictine tradition.
Got monks? We do, and we’re proud of it.
Matthias P Hühn studied Management at Hannover University, holds an MPhil (Management, Economics, Politics) and an MLitt (Literature and Society) from St Andrews University and a PhD from St. Gallen University. He worked in banking and for Accenture as a strategy consultant before becoming a professor at a German public university. He is a reservist in the German armed forces. Professor Hühn has held positions and taught at universities around the world, including the University of Navarra, CEIBS, University of Witten/Herdecke, the British University of Egypt, and ESCP Europe. His research is on the philosophical foundations, epistemic and ethical, of management and economics. For his 2016 paper on management education he was awarded the Emerald Literati Award; he is a Review Editor for Frontiers in Organizational Psychology and an Associate Editor for Business Ethics: A European Review.