In April of 2010, more than 180 leaders and representatives of Jesuit higher educational institutions from around the world gathered at the modern campus of the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. Fr. Michael E. Engh shares his experiences at the event.
The “Shaping the Future” conference is just one shining aspect of Fr. Paul Locatelli's wonderful legacy as a Jesuit priest, scholar, administrator, and friend.
A look at Fr. Nicolás' focus on contemporary rediscovery of the universality of the Jesuit mission, the need for a recovery of the learned dimension of Jesuit works, and reaffirmation of depth of both thought and imagination in the life of the university.
Wherever we are in the world, the context in which we work, live, and teach is changing dramatically. In particular, the context where injustice is happening is changing.
Asking about the how of social media participation challenges us to examine technological impacts on reflection and interaction.
With the publication of this issue of explore, I would like to communicate my delight in being able to serve as Executive Director of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education. Having taught at Santa Clara since 2003, with a joint appointment in the Religious Studies and Classics Departments, I believe deeply in the kind of transformative education Santa Clara provides. Moreover, I am committed to nurturing a vision that will sustain Jesuit education for generations to come. Read More