Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

2005

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Response to the Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition by Peter G. Ahr, p. 3-4

A CURRICULUM FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: DOING THE SIGNATURE COURSES RIGHT By A D Amar, PhD, p.5 -8

On solipsism and individualism By George P. Browne, p.9-14

Inexpertise, Pedagogy and a Walk in the Garden of Eden By Colleen M. Conway, p.14-16

From The Story of Setonia to The Story of Civilization: Institutional Identity in the Core Curriculum – Seton, Brownson, Durant By Alan Delozier, p.17-21

Infusing the Core By Marta Mestrovic Deyrup, p.22-23

Transformation: The Game of Basketball Jennifer Eichman, p. 24-26

The Seminar on the Signature Courses: Some Reflections By Nancy Enright, p. 27-29

Faith Reason and the Core By David R. Foster, p. 30-32

What norms? A Key Question to remember in building a Core. By Gregory Glazov, p.33-40

A Core for OUR Students By Agnes Hooper Gottlieb, Ph.D., p.41-43

LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THE INTELLECTUAL LANDSCAPE By Anthony L. Haynor, Ph.D., p.44-48

Telling It Like It Is: The New Core, Honesty and Becoming Whole By Philip M. Kayal, Ph.D., p. 49-52

Learning is Messy and Uncertain: Fostering Needed Dispositions For Liberal Education By Daniel Katz, p. 53-56

Where do we stand with the Signature Courses? An Assessment in Midstream By Nathaniel Knight, p. 57-59

Primal Questions and the Signature Courses By Richard M. Liddy, p. 61-65

THE SIGNATURE COURSES AND THE ROLE OF ART AND MUSIC By Arline Lowe, p.66-69

Martin Luther’s Legacy to the Contemporary Roman Catholic Church: Why We Can’t Go Directly from Aquinas to Vatican II in the Signature Courses By Stephen Martin, p.70-76

Two Themes for a Model Catholic Core Curriculum By James P. McCartin, p.77-79

Educating Students (and Ourselves) for Community By Roseanne M. Mirabella, p. 80-83

Teaching Who We Are By Lourdes Z. Mitchel, p. 84-86

D’ou venonsnous? Que Sommes-nous? Ou allons-nous?vi My Take On Core Curriculum And Signature Courses By Athar Murtuza, p.87-95

Signature Courses: Principles, Questions, Pedagogy, and Outcomes By Jon Radwan, p. 96-99

Saint Paul or Sao Paulo? By John Ranieri, p. 100-103

The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Anthropology, And Me! By Peter Savastano, Ph.D, p.104-109

Signature Course Seminar By Anthony Sciglitano, p. 110-112

BED, BATH, AND BEYOND: BEING OPEN TO THE MOMENT By Judith Chelius Stark, Ph.D., p. 113-116

Patrice Thoms-Cappello, p. 117-120

Reflections on the Identity of a Catholic University By Stan R. Tyvoll, p.121-123

Persons for Others—Nursing and the Core Curriculum By Joyce Wright, p.124-126

Breaking Out of the Academic Cage By Paula R. Zaccone, Ed.D,p.127-128

Signature Courses: A Focus on Process by Debra Zinicola, p. 129-136 p.129-136