Join the Center for Catholic Studies, and faculty and staff members for this year’s series of conversations on engaging the St. Mary's University mission.
Engaging the Mission Conversations
Today, March 4 | 3:30 p.m.
University Center, Conference Room B
Educate for Service, Justice and Peace, and Integrity of Creation
Greg Zlotnick, Director, Pro Bono Programs
School of Law, Center for Legal and Social Justice
Characteristics of Marianist Universities (pp. 19-21)
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition Core Principles for the College or University (pp. 7-10)
Educate for Adaptation and Change
Ian Martines, Interim Dean and Professor
School of Science, Engineering and Technology; Mathematics
Characteristics of Marianist Universities (pp. 22-23)
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition Core Principles for the College or University (pp.10)
What is the Engaging the Mission conversation series?
Engaging the Mission Conversations are monthly discussions hosted by the Center for Catholic Studies during which specific mission-related topics will be presented. Each session reflects upon a different characteristic of a Marianist university with faculty who engage the topic and have successfully connected it to pillars of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
All conversations will draw from the Characteristics of Marianist Universities booklet and The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Core Principles for the College or University, as well as reflective questions associated with the readings.
Questions? Contact the Center for Catholic Studies at 210-436-3856 or [email protected].