Sexuality, Integrity and the University 2022

October 28-29, 2022 | Princeton, NJ

Join us in Princeton on October 28th and 29th, 2022, as we gather for our annual Sexuality, Integrity, and the University national collegiate conference!

Every year Sexuality, Integrity, and the University brings together hundreds of students, scholars, and experts from across the country to equip the college students with the best academic resources and arguments they need to bring the message of love and fidelity back to their campuses.

Conference participants will find ample opportunity to network with and learn from each other and can attend sessions by experts who will present us with their recent research and findings on the topics of marriage, family, and sexual integrity.


About the Speakers


Katy Faust is the founder and director of Them Before Us, the only organization solely devoted to advancing social policies that encourage adults to respect the rights of children to a stable home with their biological father and mother. Katy is also the Washington State leader for CanaVox  and appears in a video series called Dear Katy. [A shout out to our friends at CanaVox.] She did her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Asian Studies at St. Olaf College and then received a Fulbright scholarship to Taiwan. Her fluency in Mandarin assisted her when she worked with the largest Chinese adoption agency in the world. She has filed three amicus briefs supporting children’s rights and advocated for the rights of children with lawmakers in the US and abroad as well as at the United Nations.



Alan Hawkins, PhD, is a Professor at Brigham University in Provo, Utah. In 2012, he received the university’s prestigious Karl G. Maeser Research Award. From 2014-2019 he held the Camilla E. Kimball Endowed Professorship of Home and Family Living. His scholarship and outreach focuses on educational and policy interventions to help couples form and sustain healthy relationships and enduring marriages. In 2003-2004, he was a visiting scholar with the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services), working on the federal healthy marriages initiative. He has served twice as the Chair of the Utah Marriage Commission.


Catherine Pakaluk, PhD, joined the faculty at the Busch School in the Catholic University of America and is the founder of the Social Research academic area, where she is an Associate Professor of Social Research and Economic Thought. Formerly, she was Assistant Professor and Chair of the Economics Department at Ave Maria University. Her primary areas of research include economics of education and religion, family studies and demography, Catholic social thought and political economy. Dr. Pakaluk is the 2015 recipient of the Acton Institute’s Novak Award, a prize given for “significant contributions to the study of the relationship between religion and economic liberty.”


Carl R. Trueman, PhD, is professor of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College. He is a graduate of the Universities of Cambridge and Aberdeen and has taught on the faculties of the Universities of Nottingham and Aberdeen and Westminster Theological Seminary. Most recently, he was the William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion and Public Life in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He writes regularly at First Things and Modern Reformation and co-hosts a weekly podcast, The Mortification of Spin, for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.


Anthony Bradley, PhD, is professor of religious studies and director of the Center for the Study of Human Flourishing at The King’s College, Theologian-In-Residence at Redeemer Presbyterian Church—Lincoln Square, and serves as a research fellow at The Acton Institute.

He studies and writes on the issues of covenant theology, criminal justice reform, youth and family, poverty, education policy, social ethics, and race in America.

Dr. Bradley is the author of several books including: Liberating Black Theology (2010), Black and Tired (2011), The Political Economy of Liberation (2012), Keep Your Head Up (2012), Aliens In The Promised Land (2013), John Rawls and Christian Social Engagement (2014), Black Scholars In White Space (2015), Something Seems Strange (2016), Ending Overcriminalization and Mass Incarceration (2018), Faith In Society (2019), and Why Black Lives Matter (2020).

About the Moderators


Angela Blair is a graduate from the University of Texas at Austin, Blair began her reporting career doing sideline sports. Blair appeared in Miss Texas USA and was the winner of an NBC docu-series ‘Ready For Love’. After winning the series, Angela’s stance on waiting for marriage began inspiring young women across the globe with a counter cultural view of love, dating, relationships, and sexuality.

Today, Angela works closely with Taya Kyle, wife of American Sniper Chris Kyle. Together, Angela & Taya founded Warrior Collections, a faith + fashion lifestyle brand with products Made in the USA.

Mrs. Blair is also the host of a new podcast series ‘All Strings Attached’, taking an irreverently reverent look at sex, marriage, relationships, and love.  On the podcast, she is joined by a rotating cast of experts, celebrities, psychologists, and scientists, Angela takes a deeper look at hot button issues redefining the ways we find and stay in love today. Being a newlywed to former MLB player Carson Blair who also waited, Blair shares her story of counterculture dating and lessons learned along the way!