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Commitment to Justice Conference


Commitment to Justice Conference 2005

Nearly five years ago at Santa Clara University, Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J. described the characteristics of Jesuit Higher Education in the United States as educating for a well-educated solidarity. The purpose of this conference is to continue discerning our response to this vision and challenge. Specifically, this conference seeks:

To share insights and discoveries based upon our experience as instructors, student service providers, campus ministers, researchers, and administrators;

To identify promising trends in the formation and learning of our students, in faculty scholarship and teaching, and in the advancement of our institutions as Jesuit;

To chart future action that will promote the adoption of pedagogical, curricular, and administrative innovations leading to a deepening commitment to justice in Jesuit higher education institutions.

The conference is organized around the “three complementary dimensions” of Jesuit higher education: who our students become, what our faculty do, and how our universities, colleges, and theologates, proceed.

The conference will include more than seventy-five presentations and panels in addition to keynote speakers, small and affinity group sessions.


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