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Social Justice Supper Club

Join a three-part dinner and discussion series for faculty!

The Social Justice Supper Club continues this fall with the generous collaboration of the Joan and Ralph Lane Center for Catholic Studies and Social Thought. This semester, we’ll extend the conversations of the CTE Faculty Summer Book Club, examining questions of justice and the Jesuit Mission raised by The Slow Professor: Challenging The Culture of Speed in the Academy (Berg & Seeber). Note: you do not need to have read the book nor attended the book club to participate. Read more ...

Teaching Humility in the Age of Arrogance

"Teaching our students the value of empathy, of reasons and dialogue, and the value and nature of evidence itself, is crucial ... " Michael Patrick Lynch

The experiences of teaching and learning at USF are firmly anchored in Ignatian Pedagogy, in which values such as empathy, reason and dialogue become more than goals for being men and women for others. Read more ...

Ignatian Pedagogy with Lois Lorentzen

In February 2015 Lois was interviewed about Ignatian Pedagogy. In this 37 minute interview Lois talks about many of the practical ways she has implemented Ignatian Pedagogy into her classrooms. Read more ...

President Fitzgerald on Ignatian Pedagogy

In November 2014 Keally and Mathew interviewed USF President Paul Fitzgerald about Ignatian Pedagogy. In this 29 minute interview President Paul talks about reflective practice, being a customer himself in a soup kitchen, and what is the heart of Ignatian pedagogical practice. Read more ...

Ignatian Pedagogy with Ralph Metts

The interview below was conducted with Rev. Ralph Metts, S.J. in the summer of 2014. Currently Ralph is an Adjunct Professor in the Catholic Educational Leadership program in the School of Education. Read more ...

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