Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal Features Work of Creighton Faculty

A special issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, showcasing international education, features the work of several Creighton University faculty members.

The project, Vol. 9 No. 1 of the peer-reviewed journal, published by Regis University, was first proposed at the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Conference for International Education Meeting that was held at Creighton in November 2018.

The issue features work from several Creighton faculty members, including:

Reflection on the Implication of the Jesuit Apostolic Preferences on Study Abroad and International Immersions
By René Padilla, PhD, vice provost for Global Engagement

“Learning with Students at the Margins: Creighton University’s Pilot Program with Jesuit Worldwide Learning 2017-2018”

By Martha Habash, PhD, program director of Classical and Near Eastern Studies in Creighton’s College of Arts and Sciences

“Bridging the Cultural and Linguistic Divide Through Virtual Exchange”

Featuring the work of María Mena-Böhlke, adjunct instructor in the College of Arts and Sciences and Olaf Böhlke, PhD, assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences

“Service-Learning Research for Development: An Option for the Poor in Practice through Social Analysis and Community Engagement”

Thomas Kelly, PhD, professor of Systematic Theology in the College of Arts and Sciences and Kate Nolt, PhD, assistant professor and Master of Public Health practicum coordinator

“Five Things you Should Know about Jesuit Worldwide Learning: Higher Education at the Margins”

By Habash

“Translating Ignatian Principles into Artful Pedagogies of Hope”

By Susan Mossman Riva, instructor of cultural and social studies