Join us online for a Faculty Q&A!

From screenwriters to 3d artists, entrepreneurs and CEOs, JPCatholic’s faculty hold an incredible amount of experience, and many of them still actively work in their field. Join us for a Q&A panel discussion via Zoom Conferencing to get to know them! You’ll get to hear more about their background, their insights and advice on their industry, and most importantly, answers to your own questions!

  • Each event is free, online, and will last 30 minutes.
  • Each Q&A discussion will be hosted by a professor and an admissions representative.
  • You won’t need to connect your audio or video; you’ll be able to ask your questions live via chat.
  • You can download Zoom Conferencing for free here.

Upcoming Events:

Megan Eccles

Megan Eccles, Professor of Creative Writing
Wednesday, April 5, 4:00pm PT

Megan writes dark, speculative fiction for young adults and is represented by Laura Galit of LKG Agency. Her writing has appeared in Kelp Journal, Coachella Review, Ladies of the Fright, The Lineup, and Dwarf+Giant. She is editorial assistant and social media manager for Hill Nadell Literary Agency.

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Max Hulburt, Chair of Visual Arts
Monday, April 17, 5:00pm PT

Prof. Max Hulburt specializes in 3D modeling and texturing with additional skills in rigging, lighting, animation, and rendering. He received his MFA in Animation and VFX from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. His career includes work on projects for CBS Interactive (, E3, ComicCon, and the San Francisco Giants.

This event will give you the chance to ask your questions about our BFA in Visual Arts programs, including Animation, Game Development, Graphic Design, and Illustration.

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Nathan Scoggins, Professor of Film
Wednesday, April 19, 4:00pm PT

An award-winning filmmaker, Prof. Nathan Scoggins has written and developed projects for many companies in Hollywood. His list of credits include The Least of These, starring Isaiah Washington (Grey's Anatomy) and screen legend Robert Loggia (Independence Day), as well as the TV movie The Perfect Summer, starring Eric Roberts. He won the Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” commercial contest in 2012 and 2013 with “Sling Baby” and “Fashionista Daddy.” In addition, two of his award-winning short films were released by Lionsgate on DVD in 2008. Nathan holds a BA in English and Film from Wesleyan University.

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Fr. Sam Keyes, Professor of Theology
Thursday, April 20, 4:00pm PT

Fr. Keyes is a recent convert to Catholicism from Anglicanism. He is beginning the process of formation to the priesthood through the Ordinariate of St. Peter. Dr. Keyes' impressive academic background includes a Ph.D. in Theology from Boston College and an M.Div. from Duke Divinity School. He brings with him deep academic expertise and a passion for the mission of JPCatholic to Impact Culture for Christ.

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