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Vol 35, No 2: Summer 2016 Table of Contents Details
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Vol 34, No 2: Summer 2015 Teaching and Leading Through Dialogue: Pope Francis and Catholic Higher Education Abstract
Joseph Curran
Vol 30, No 2: Summer 2011 Teaching of the Holocaust as Part of a University’s Catholic Identity Abstract
Gemma Del Duca, S.C., Ph.D.
Vol 36, No 1: Winter 2017 Teaching the Catholic Intellectual Tradition in Economics Abstract
Emil B. Berendt
Vol 32, No 1: Winter 2013 Teaching the Principles of Economics: Reconciling the Canon of the American Economics Association to Catholic Social Thought Abstract
Douglas Meador, Ph.D.
Vol 27, No 1: Winter 2008 Teaching to Catholic Mission in Professional Education: A Comprehensive Model for the Integration of Catholic Social Teaching Abstract
Mary Ann Brenden, M.S.W.
Vol 33, No 2: Summer 2014 The Association for Student Affairs at Catholic Colleges and Universities 1996– 2009: Building a Community of Practice Abstract
Sandra M. Estanek, Ph.D.
Vol 34, No 1: Winter 2015 The Challenge and Promise of Catholic Higher Education for Our Time Abstract
John I. Jenkins, CSC, Ph.D.
Vol 29, No 1: Winter 2010 The Conference for Mercy Higher Education: One Congregation’s Choice for Preserving Its Charism Abstract
Sheila Carney, R.S.M.
Vol 36, No 2: Summer 2017 The Critical Role of Catholic Higher Education in Sustaining Catholic Elementary Schools Abstract
Phillip J. Belfiore
Vol 31, No 2: Summer 2012 The Distinctive Vocation of Business Education in Catholic Universities Abstract
Kenneth E. Goodpaster, T. Dean Maines
Vol 29, No 1: Winter 2010 The Dominican Charism and Higher Education: A Personal Reflection from the Field Abstract
Aurelie A. Hagstrom, S.T.D.
Vol 36, No 1: Winter 2017 The Ecclesiology of Catholic University Mission: Learning from John Henry Newman and Vatican II Abstract
Timothy P. Muldoon
Vol 35, No 2: Summer 2016 The Hermeneutical Function of the Family in Right Understanding of Catholic Social Teaching and Its Use for Catholic University Education Abstract
Justin Anderson
Vol 35, No 1: Winter 2016 The Intersection of Dominican Values and Women’s and Gender Studies Pedagogy Abstract
Tara M. Tuttle
Vol 35, No 2: Summer 2016 The Need for Deeper Roots: Making a Mission-Driven Case for Poverty-related Issues in Business Education Abstract
Michael Naughton, Rachelle de la Cruz
Vol 30, No 1: Winter 2011 The Practice of Academic Freedom in Classroom Speech in U.S. Catholic Higher Education: A Case Study with Suggestions Concerning Religious Mission Abstract
Richard M. Jacobs, Ph.D.
Vol 29, No 1: Winter 2010 The Ten Hallmarks of Benedictine Education Abstract
Association of Benedictine Colleges and Universities
Vol 29, No 1: Winter 2010 The Transformational Mission of a Diocesan University Abstract
Michael Galligan-Stierle, Ph.D., Rev. Msgr. Franklyn M. Casale
Vol 33, No 2: Summer 2014 The Transformative Nature of Peer Ministry Programs at Catholic Colleges and Universities: Present Realities Abstract
Helen M. Wolf, Ph.D.
Vol 35, No 2: Summer 2016 The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Ex corde Ecclesiae: Toward a Communio between the Magisterium and Theology Abstract
Michael Hahn, OSB
Vol 30, No 2: Summer 2011 The Unity of Truth: How a Dominican Center of Distinction Fosters Integration and Transformation Abstract
Claire Noonan, D.Min.
Vol 34, No 2: Summer 2015 The University as Agent of Social Transformation: The Case of the University of Central America in El Salvador Abstract
Orfilio Ernesto Valiente
Vol 30, No 2: Summer 2011 The University of St. Thomas's Service- Learning Program: Matching the University's Catholic Mission to Greater Community Needs Abstract
Rogelio Garcia-Contreras, Ph.D., Jean-Philippe Faletta, Ph.D., Rick Krustchinsky, Ed.D.
Vol 27, No 1: Winter 2008 Toward Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into Graduate Social Work Education Abstract
Linda Plitt Donaldson, Ph.D.
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