Tuesday, June 19, 2012

7:30 a.m.

Mass

Immaculate Conception Chapel
  • Presider: Bishop Emmanuel Bushu (Buea, Cameroon)
8 - 9 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

Kennedy Memorial Union Torch Lounge


9 a.m.

Plenary Session:

INSTITUTIONALIZING CATHOLIC IDENTITY
  • Speakers: Don Briel and James Heft, S.M.
  • Respondent: Gene Laczniak
  • Chair: Paul Vanderburgh
10:30 a.m.
Break

11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Concurrent Section III


Session 1
MISSION AND IDENTITY

Kennedy Memorial Union 310

  • Carlos Hoevel, Catholic Business Schools and the Crisis of Academic Industry
  • Wolfgang Grassl, Vision, Mission, Strategy: Planning in Catholic Business Education
  • Respondent: Daryl Koehn
  • Chair: Fr. George Nkeze
 

Session 2
MARKETING AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

Kennedy Memorial Union 211

  • Thomas Klein, Roman Catholic Perspectives on Socially Responsible Marketing and Consumption
  • Brian Engelland, Conflicting Views of Markets and Economic Justice: CST and the Development of CSR in the Marketing Discipline
  • Respondent: Jeff Rankin
  • Chair: Susan Dinnocenti
 

Session 3
THEOLOGICAL EXPLORATION

Kennedy Memorial Union 311

  • John Haughey S.J., Covenant, Noah and the Business Leade
  • David O’Brien, Catholic Social Thought and Imagination and Business Education: Revisiting the Lay Vocationo
  • Respondent: Kelly Johnson
  • Chair: Roland Szilas
 

Session 4
CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHINGS AND THE BUSINESS SCHOOL

Kennedy Memorial Union 331

  • John Wholihan, The Use of Papal Encyclicals in Business and Non-Business Courses
  • Jim Wishloff, Thinking With the Mind of the Church: An Examination of Five Encyclicals
  • Monty Lynn, One Call, Multiple Vocations: Appreciating Unity and Diversity in Catholic Social Teaching Practice
  • Respondent: Richard Coronado
  • Chair: David Gilfoil

 

 

Session 5
ACCOUNTING ISSUES AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

Kennedy Memorial Union 207

  • Joel Schickel, Virtue Ethics and Accounting Education
  • Jason Haen, Integrating Catholic Social Teaching Into Undergraduate Accounting Courses
  • Jephte Muñez, Teaching Introductory Accounting Among Business Students: A Catholic Social Tradition in the Philippine Settingo Respondent: Bradley Barnhorst
  • Chair: Julie Marie Szendrey
 

Session 6
ROUNDTABLE: BUSINESS ETHICS AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

Kennedy Memorial Union 222

  • Christine Fletcher, Integrating CST Into Undergraduate Business Ethics Course: A Research-Based Approach
  • David Schmidt, Strategies for Applying Catholic Social Thought to Business Ethics Education: An Ethical Reasoning Approach
  • Jozef Zalot, Catholic Social Teaching: A Template for Mission–Driven Courses in Business Ethics
  • Maura Donahue, Reading the Signs of the Times: Current Events as Case Studies
  • Rev. Karen Schuder, Expanding Business: A Qualitative Study of Business Schools Integrating Ethics
  • Chair: Kenneth Mias
12:30 p.m.

Lunch


2 p.m.

Plenary Session:

DEANS’ ROUNDTABLE

      Speakers:
  • Ellen Harshman (St. Louis University),
  • Thomas Bausch (Marquette University)
  • Joseph DiAngelo (St. Joseph University, Philadelphia)
  • Chair: Joseph Phillips
3:30 p.m.
Break
 
4 - 5:30 p.m.

Concurrent Section IV

  •  Josep Lozano, Business Education: More Business Than Education?
  • Jerry Organ and Neil Hamilton, Being Intentional: Shaping Curriculum and Culture to Advance the Institutional Mission – What Lessons Can a Catholic Law School Offer Catholic Business Schools?
    • Respondent:  Thomas A. Klein
    • Chair:   Aliza Racelis

Session 1
ECONOMICS AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

Kennedy Memorial Union 211

  • Alejandro Cañadas and John Larrivee, Connecting Business Education to the Catholic Core by Examining Views of the Human Person in Economic Theory
  • Emmanuel d’Hombres, Emphasizing and Integrating the Economic Approach of François Perroux
  • Douglas Meador, Teaching the Principles of Economics: Reconciling the Canon of the American Economics Association to Catholic Social Teaching
  • Respondent: Jim Wishloff
  • Chair: Natalia Borodun
 

Session 2
THE PURPOSE OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union 207


Session 3

CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT AND ITS CRITIQUE OF BUSINESS

Kennedy Memorial Union 222

  •  John Médaille, The Content of “Business Ethics’ Isn't Ethics, or, The Hangman and the State
  • Seamus Finn, OMI,
  • Sustainable Investing and Corporate Social Responsibility: Adding Value to the Identity and Mission of Catholic Business Education
  • Respondent: Perry Devanesan
  • Chair: Carlos Hoevel

 


Session 4
INFLUENCE OF MISSION ON OVERALL DESIGN OF CURRICULUM

Kennedy Memorial Union 310

  • José Sols, From Theory to Practice, From Compulsory to Elective Courses: How We Teach Christian Social Thought at IQS School of Management
  • Michael Petrochuk, Julie Szendrey and Michael Reolfi, The Extreme Curriculum Makeover: Integrating Catholic Social Teaching and University Mission Into a Redesigned Undergraduate Business Curriculum
  • Kenneth Mias, The Virtuous Organization, Catholic Social Thought and Catholic Virtues: Exploration and Discovery in an MBA Program
  • Respondent: Sandra L. Gill
  • Chair:  Robert Kennedy 

Session 5
ROUNDTABLE ON CHARISMS

Kennedy Memorial Union 331

  • John Bunch snd Andrew Ochs, Loaves and Fishes – The Benedictine and Jesuit Traditions as Complementary Foundations for Management Education in Catholic Business Programs
  • Elaine Crable and James Brodzinski, Online Business Courses Designed Within the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm
  • José María Sicialini, Integration of La Salle Spirituality and Christian Social Thought in the MBA Curriculum
  • Ben Teehankee and Raymund Habaradas, Institutionalizing Faith-based Management Education in a Catholic University
  • Joan Van Hise, Transformative Education – Using Ignatian Pedagogy to Teach Business Ethics
  • Chair: William Byron, S.J.
6 p.m.

Reception

 
7 p.m.

Dinner

Picnic - Outside on Quad at Kennedy Memorial Union