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  • Jenkins, Bill; Bishop-Jenkins, Jennifer (2011-09-27)
    Murder victims’ family members who oppose the death penalty were instrumental in using Caritas and Veritas to effect the abolition of capital punishment in Illinois in 2011. Dominican faculty member Bill Jenkins and his ...
  • Carlson, Jeffrey (2014-09-23)
    "Inclusion" assumes the priority and ongoing dominance of a given reality into which one may (or may not) be granted admission. Our journey away from exclusion must move beyond inclusion and enact a more intrinsically ...
  • ; Costanzo, Dianne (2011)
    This presentation will introduce the community of Aikido, a Japanese martial art, whose foundational principle is the cultivation of one’s self-realization and to connect the learning of Aikido to Dominican University’s ...
  • Omi, Amy; Potter, Jeannine (2014-10-10)
    Awakening Spirit is a performance piece designed to illustrate the important role that individuals play in building the relationships that form our inter-connected world. It uses movement and voice as its primary media to ...
  • Kantor, Sarah; Licitra, Stephan; Nevins, Kim; Scodius, Sara; Snow, Karen; Stuart, Elena (2014-10-10)
    The Library of Congress subject headings (LCSH) list is a controlled vocabulary used by libraries around the world to provide subject access to library materials. Students enrolled in Dr. Karen Snow's GSLIS Summer II 2014 ...
  • Woods, Richard, O.P. (2011-09-27)
    Increasingly, creating a "just and more humane world" will require embracing the whole world holistically, including the entire web of life - animals, plants and habitat. "Humane" was first used to describe the ethically ...
  • Enriquez, Ana; Feliciano, Maryann; O'Brien, Caitlin; Skeehan, Willa; Thelen, MaDonna (2012-10-04)
    Students who participated in the 2012 Cuernavaca Service Learning program will address some of the ways that they seek to embrace globally responsible attitudes, develop a critical understanding of global interconnectedness, ...
  • Askar, Mohamed; Johnson, Arvid; Rosenbloom, Al (2012-11-02)
    This session will be presented by a group of Brennan School of Business faculty who have passion for global business and are trying to answer the question: what opportunities and challenges in the Middle East could enhance ...
  • Durkin Dierks, Sheila (2015-09-29)
    The exact moment of invitation is still perfectly clear. Cincinnati, 1949. Six years old, female. The angle of light, the moment of perfect clarity remain. What I was told: "Girls can't be priests; you are wrong to want ...
  • Scherrer, James (2013-10-12)
    The basis for morality and ethics is explored in the light of the truth of both. Using love of fellow humans as a guide, the process for bringing them into harmony is explained.
  • Hlinak, Matt (2012-10-01)
    Matt Hlinak, Assistant Provost for Continuing Studies and Special Initiatives, will explore the possibility of using international law to create true global citizenship through a universal system of rights and obligations.
  • Woods, Richard, O.P. (2014-10-01)
    Despite dangerously diverse social conditions in the first centuries of the Common Era, Christian compassion for all and particular concern for the sick poor led to the development of the nursing tradition. Then, by ...
  • Graves, Megan; Gromek, Sarah; Humphrey, Hannah; Merchut, Paulina; Orner, Peter; Thelen, MaDonna (2012-10-04)
    Mother Teresa said, “Only a lack of love is responsible for poverty in this world.” Students who participated in the Haiti Service Learning program will present their insights on the role of caritas (love, service and ...
  • Dominican University (2011)
    Video of the full opening plenary session of the 2011 Caritas Veritas Symposium.
  • Reinhard, CarrieLynn (2014-09-30)
    September 24, 2014 post from It's Playing, Just With Research: An Academic's Sojourn, reflecting on the author's presentation at the Caritas Veritas Symposium. Abstract of the presentation: As higher education adapts to ...
  • Jenks, John (2011-09-27)
    Good investigative journalists have consistently dug up the bad news in an effort to create a better world. But increasingly, journalists have fallen short of their mission – serving as cheerleaders for wars of aggression ...
  • Beach, Daniel; Hall, Tamika; Mathes, Kimberly; Tesla, Suzana; Wojtach, Paulina; Zou, Ning (2014-10-15)
    This session addresses the similarities and differences between two communities regarding their culture, tradition, and modern development: China and the USA. Panelists from the 2014 Study Abroad China program will share ...
  • Hadi-Tabassum, Samina; Huggins, Sujin; Kok, Adrian; Salvatore, Cecilia; Simpson, Paul; Thelen, MaDonna; Villarreal Sosa, Leticia; White, Jill (2014-10-03)
    A faculty panel will present their experiences in using community-based research (CBR) as a teaching and learning tool and how this benefits both the local and the university community. They will also share their insights ...
  • Carroll, Donna (2014-10-15)
    Opening remarks of the 2014 Caritas Veritas Symposium.
  • Heininger, Joe (2012-10-29)
    This paper will discuss the “Cyclops” episode of Joyce’s Ulysses, and invite the Dominican community to consider the moral force and narrative art of Joyce’s depiction of the decency, courage, and integrity demonstrated ...

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