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Thursday, January 12 • 10:30am - 11:15am
Developing Principled Leaders, One Student at a Time: Applying Ignatian Pedagogy to Faculty-Student Mentoring

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Learning Outcomes Participants in this session will:
  • Discuss a range of faculty (or staff)/student mentoring opportunities, addressing both best practices and challenges in effective mentoring.
  • Consider how the mentoring experience may adapt Ignatian pedagogy to support a student's formation as a principled leader.
  • Provide suggestions for reflective self-assessment for the faculty or staff member engaged in the mentoring experience.

Program Description: Faculty and staff mentors teach new skills, offer personal guidance, and act as role models for their students. Indeed, building a meaningful mentor relationship may be one of the most transformative experiences possible during a student’s university career. One-on-one mentoring represents an opportunity for Jesuit university faculty and staff to engage in the knowledge-sharing partnership between student and instructor supported by Jesuit education.This session outlines a range of faculty/staff-student mentoring opportunities and considers how these experiences may purposefully use Ignatian pedagogy to support a student’s formation as a principled leader.


Speakers
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Anne Reilly

Loyola University Chicago



Thursday January 12, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Schreiber Hall 725

Attendees (6)