Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal


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Welcome to Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal (JHE), a scholarly online, open access journal. An initiative of Regis University, JHE is scholarly and peer reviewed, and focuses on the development, advancement and critique of higher education in the Jesuit tradition. The Journal provides publishing opportunities for faculty and scholars at Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. JHE hopes to support a new online community of scholars and scholarship in Jesuit higher education.

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Beginning with Volume 3 of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, authors do not need to include a separate bibliography with their manuscripts.  
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Vol 2, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents

Reflection

Immigration and the Catholic Worldview PDF
Samuel J. Aquila 1-5

Scholarship

Saga and Socialization in Jesuit Institutions PDF
Charles Wilder Puls 6-19
Forgiveness: Healing Old Wounds PDF
Michael Lee Spangle, April Samaras 20-27
Inspired to Lead: Two Years of Evaluation Data from a Jesuit Ed.D. program for Educational Leadership in Social Justice PDF
Karen Huchting, Jill Bickett 28-40
In Ignatian Footsteps: Translational Learning for Educating andTraining Adults in the 21st Century PDF
Janna L. Oakes 41-53

Praxis

Using the Spiritual Exercises as an Orientation for a Short Term International Service Project PDF
Thomas "Toby" Joseph Peters 54-61
Training Faculty to Adopt the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm, IPP and its Influence on Teaching and Learning: Process and Outcomes PDF
Maureen E. McAvoy 62-109
Transformative Education: Using Ignatian Pedagogy to Teach Business Ethics PDF
Joan Van Hise 110-126
Infusing Business Finance with Ethical Dilemmas PDF
Susan Jacobson 127-132
How it Came to Be…Integrating Ignatian Philosophy and Pedagogical Paradigm into Marquette University’s Pre-Licensure Nursing Curriculum PDF
Kerry Kosmoski-Goepfert, Margaret Callahan, Stephanie Russell 133-140
Community-Based Learning Project Teaches Marketing Students Skills Employers Desire PDF
Bobbi Ewelt 141-147
Community-Campus Partnerships and Student Learning: Using Lessons Learned to Chart a Path for the Future PDF
Megan Linz Dickinson, Dennis McCunney 148-152
Education at the Margins: Ubuntu at our Core PDF
Mary Lawrence 153-171

Resources

Sacred Space 102 FM: From Darkness into Light PDF
Suzie Perry 172


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