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Hudson, Tara D.; Mack, Heather; Reed-Bouley, Jennifer; Rose, Margarita – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
Catholic higher education aims to educate students about the Catholic Social Tradition, yet few resources exist to articulate specific learning goals and assess such learning. This article presents the process used by a multi-university team to validate a rubric intended to strengthen curricular and co-curricular student learning about the…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Catholics, Church Related Colleges, Scoring Rubrics
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Prusak, Bernard G. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
After recounting the historical circumstances of the establishment of independent boards at Catholic colleges and universities, this paper considers the present conditions of boards at six Holy Cross institutions. Interviews and correspondence with the presidents of these institutions provided answers to a number of questions, including: How are…
Descriptors: Trustees, Church Related Colleges, Catholics, Religious Education
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Nickerson, Michelle; Dammer, Harry – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
This research offers insight into what undergraduates at five Catholic colleges and universities learned about Catholic Social Teaching (CST) during their college experience. The study used a purposive sample of twenty-six personal interviews with students who were exposed to CST either in the classroom or through some co-curricular activity. The…
Descriptors: Oral History, College Students, Undergraduate Students, Catholic Schools
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Purcell, Bill; Rose, Margarita – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
Faced with economic and demographic challenges, Catholic colleges and universities use endowment and licensing revenues to supplement tuition income in order to serve their missions of educating students of all socio-economic classes to promote the common good through their professional careers and service to the community. Licensees sometimes…
Descriptors: Catholics, Church Related Colleges, Institutional Mission, Educational Finance
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McCartin, Joseph A. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
Over the past four decades, the United States has witnessed the rise of an economy of growing inequality and exploitation, and this economic transformation has entangled Catholic institutions of higher education in what Pope Francis has called "an economy of exclusion and inequality." In recent years, some institutions have taken steps…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Catholics, Church Related Colleges, Educational Change
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Brigham, Erin; Soltis, Kathryn Getek – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
In their efforts to engage faculty members in institutional mission and identity, a number of Catholic colleges and universities have given particular attention to the Catholic Social Tradition (CST). This paper examines a handful of exemplary programs on faculty engagement around CST, identifying specific outcomes facilitated by these…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Traditionalism, Catholics, Outcomes of Education
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Weigert, Kathleen Maas; Schlichting, Kurt; Brandenberger, Jay – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2018
All Catholic colleges and universities share in the Catholic Church's rich history of Catholic Social Teaching (CST). This article explores two key research questions that focus on that grounding in today's world: First, how strongly is CST woven into the institutional fabric of those institutions; second, is that done implicitly or explicitly? We…
Descriptors: Institutional Characteristics, Institutional Mission, Catholic Schools, Church Related Colleges
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Muldoon, Timothy P. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
Catholic universities in the United States have developed complexity reflective of the larger development of modern universities and "multiversities." This complexity, together with the decline in the numbers of sponsoring religious orders and diocesan priests, presents new challenges for the sustaining of a theologically rooted,…
Descriptors: Church Related Colleges, Catholics, Educational Objectives, Theological Education
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Wolf, Helen M. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
A survey and interviews completed by peer ministers at Catholic colleges and universities in the United States from October 2012 to February 2013 reveal that the interviewed student ministers are engaging peers in interreligious dialogue. The research corroborates the premise that the promotion of interreligious relationships is important to this…
Descriptors: Catholics, Church Related Colleges, Peer Groups, Clergy
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Petro, Susannah J. P. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
This article addresses students' need for robust relationships to counteract the epidemic of loneliness, anxiety, and depression pervading contemporary undergraduate life, and proposes that Catholic colleges and universities can find in Catholic theological anthropology a warrant for recognizing relationship-building as central to their mission.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Catholics, Stress Variables, Anxiety
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Smith, Thomas W. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
Throughout the twentieth century, Catholic higher education in the United States modelled its institutional structures and intellectual life on the best standards and practices of the secular academy. The question for Catholic higher education became: How can we remain distinctively Catholic while engaging in these projects? Yet the situation…
Descriptors: Catholics, Higher Education, Educational Change, Institutional Mission
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Berendt, Emil B. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
While much work has been done to explicitly incorporate ethics and Catholic social thought into the business curriculum, comparatively little has been done in the field of economics. This paper attempts to fill that gap by arguing that integrating Heinrich Pesch's Solidarism into the standard economics curriculum seamlessly introduces Catholic…
Descriptors: Economics Education, Catholics, Ethics, Social Values
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Coblentz, Jessica; Staysniak, Christopher – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
This essay presents a Catholic perspective on the growing concern for student mental health on college campuses. Drawing on the three characteristics of Catholic undergraduate education put forward by the seminal 1967 Land O'Lakes summit, which together engage the intellectual, social, and spiritual dimensions of campus life, the authors argue…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Catholics, Mental Health, Religious Factors
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Hurley, Gavin F. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
First-year writing courses at Catholic colleges and universities can provide students the communicative tools to intellectually engage with Catholic doctrines and beliefs in the public sphere. However, writing programs can neglect to balance grammar, logic, and rhetoric. This article provides a practical Catholic first-year writing course design…
Descriptors: Catholics, Church Related Colleges, Heuristics, Writing Instruction
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Belfiore, Phillip J. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2017
Declining enrollment and increased school closings or consolidations in Pre-K-12 Catholic education, especially in the Northeast, reduce the accessibility and options families have for faith-based education. Catholic colleges and universities, especially schools of education, can take an active lead in confronting some of the challenges faced by…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Catholics, Church Related Colleges, Elementary Schools
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