Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

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Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal (JHE) is a scholarly, peer reviewed, open access, online journal focused on the development, advancement, and critique of higher education in the Jesuit tradition. We welcome submissions on the scholarship and practice of Ignation pedagogy in any academic disciplinary or interdisciplinary context as well as how the Jesuit mission is infused in all aspects of higher education, including student life, experiential learning, and other cocurricular activities.

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Vol 4, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Linda S. Lange, Janet Lee 1


Reflections by a Convicted Bystander and a Companion of Jesus PDF
John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J. 2-4


Bernard Lonergan’s Promise for Educational Philosophy PDF
Ivan Gaetz 5-26
Seeking the 'Magis': A Pathway to Enhancing Civility in Higher Education PDF
Monica Kennison, Laura C. Dzurec, Ann Cary, David Dzurec 27-35
Jesuit Values, Ignatian Pedagogy, and Service Learning: Catalysts for Transcendence and Transformation Via Action Research PDF
Heidi D. Streetman 36-50
Lift Every Voice: Institutional Climate and the Experiences of Undocumented Students at Jesuit Universities PDF
Genevieve M. Negrón-Gonzales 51-62
Reflections on Student Affect in Group Projects: Are We Encouraging Our Students to Be in Community with Others? PDF
Kristine F. Hoover 63-71


The Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm and the Global Imperative of Biotechnology PDF
Moira A. Gunn, John P. Koeplin, S.J., Paul V. Lorton, Jr., Michael D. Whitty 72-82
Using Ignatian Pedagogy to Guide Reflections While Blogging PDF
Terry Buxton, Nicole Ellison 83-88
Socrates and St. Ignatius: The Madman, the Monk, and the Philology of Liberation PDF
Thomas E. Strunk 89-101
Work-Readiness Training, Ignatian Pedagogy, and Neuroscience: Implications for Serving Disadvantaged Students at Jesuit Institutions PDF
Beth Brin 102-109


Reflections on Building an Ignatian Pedagogy Faculty Learning Community and Creating Possibilities for AJCU Collaborations PDF
Kimberly Connor 110-115

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