Jesuit/Ignatian

Justice in Jesuit Education

by Jacob Van Sickle, Graduate Assistant, Reinert Center At the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, we take the Jesuit identity of Saint Louis University very seriously. “Ignatian pedagogy” is an oft-repeated and discussed idea in our publications and workshops, and its principles thoroughly imbue our programming. Hopefully most if not all instructors at… Continue reading Justice in Jesuit Education

From the Director, Jesuit/Ignatian

Teaching at a Jesuit Institution: Thoughts for Those New to SLU

by Debie Lohe, Director, Reinert Center Four years ago this week, I came to SLU from what some might call a highly secular institution.  At that time, I had no personal experience with Jesuit institutions, no real sense of what the educational mission of the Jesuits entailed.  I did not know the long tradition of… Continue reading Teaching at a Jesuit Institution: Thoughts for Those New to SLU