Teaching to the Mission


Showcasing the contemporary pedagogical work of the faculty in the Ignatian Mentoring Program.


For a hard-copy version, see the book Teaching to the Mission

The new 2020 additions:

Ignatian Spirituality in Organic Chemistry?
Dr. Adam Azman; Chemistry

Integrating Ignatian Principles into ABSN Concepts of Mental Health Nursing

Diana Boling, MSN, RN-BC, CNL; ABSN Nursing

Mastery-Based Grading Through the Lens of Ignatian Pedagogy
Dr. Eric Bucher; Mathematics

Daily Examen & Reflection: Gratitude in Leadership & Organizational Culture
Dr. Michael Chikeleze; Leadership Studies 

Development of a Community Engaged Immersive Learning Project for a Human Resource Management Course: Applying Cura Personalis and Reflection to Develop Business Leaders Able to Address Social Justice Issues
Dr. Greg Hardt; Management & Entrepreneurship

Personal Data Collection: Marketer and Consumer Perspectives
Dr. David Houghton; Marketing 

Coaching Education and Athlete Development Graduate Online Program
Dr. Sheri Huckleberry; Sports Studies 

Communicating Jesuit Values in Economics
Dr. Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher; Economics

Encouraging Ignatian-based Xavier Values in Management Thinking
Dr. Reginald Lee; Management & Entrepreneurship

Cura Personalis: Teaching Nurses to Care for the Whole "Patient" 
Jondra Long, MS, BSN, RN; ABSN Nursing

Integrating Ignatian Pedagogy into an Abnormal Psychology Course to Reduce Mental Health Stigma
Dr. Heather McCarren; Psychology

Critical Reflections: Ignatian Pedagogy, Online Course Design, & Literature of the End of the World
Dr. Megan Nieto; English

Adaptation of an Ignatian Spiritual Exercise in the Training of Doctoral-Level Psychologists
Dr. Jennifer Philips; Psychology

Enhancing Culture and Psychology (PSY 245) Through Service and Reflection
Dr. Stacey Priya Raj, Psychology:

Ethics in the Workplace
Dr. Alex Scrimpshire; Management & Entrepreneurship

Statistics and Privilege
Dr. Grigory Sokolov, Mathematics

Ecumenical Examen as a Tool for Ecological Conversion
Dr. Christine Thomas; TheologyReflecting on the Mission of Social Justice in the Research Process
Dr. Andrew Zolides; Communications

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