Director for Faculty Programs in the Center for Mission & Identity
In 2001, Xavier’s faculty outlined an educational and institutional aspiration in the University’s Academic Vision. This statement focuses on a number of worthy Ignatian pedagogical principles. Xavier's President Michael J. Graham, SJ, desires to weave Xavier's distinctive Ignatian, Jesuit identity "more deeply within the fabric of the University as a whole.” To this end, in 2008, the position of Director of Faculty Programs was created to further the Jesuit educational legacy of the institution, to ensure the actualization of the Academic Vision, and to promote the tradition of Ignatian pedagogical excellence through the expertise, experience, and ingenuity of our faculty.
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Sandra Richtermeyer, Ph.D.
Position highlight: Faciliating Taking Time to Reflect - a seminar offering veteran faculty the opportunity to reflect, in an Ignatian way, on their vocation and personal life.
David Burns, D.B.A.
Position highlight: The design and coordination of the Mission Academy
Professional mission-related presentations:
* Facilitating integrating mission into the classroom: Xavier’s Mission Academy
(June 2012) D. Burns and D. Mooney
Presentation at the annual International Conference on Catholic Social Thought and Management Education, University of Dayton, Dayton OH.
* Maintaining Mission: Mission Officers as a Source of Focus for Faith-Based Colleges and Universities. (June 2012) D. Burns and D. Mooney
Presentation at the annual meeting of the Christian Business Faculty Association, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia.
(April 2012). D. Mooney, D. Burns, and S. Chadwick
Presentation at the annual meeting of the Higher Learning Commission, Chicago, IL.