WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012

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7:30 a.m.

Mass

 Immaculate Conception Chapel

Presider: Fr. James Heft

8-9 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

Kennedy Memorial Union
Torch Lounge


9 a.m.

Plenary Session:
 

RETHINKING BUSINESS EDUCATION AS A PROFESSION

Kennedy Memorial Union
Ballroom

Speaker: William Sullivan
Respondent: Robert Kennedy
Chair: Patricia Johnson
10:30 a.m.
Break

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

Concurrent Section V

 

Session 1
INTEGRATING LIBERAL EDUCATION AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union
Room 310

  • Daryl Koehn, Students Lost in a Flattened World: How Resources From the Catholic Tradition Can Help Students Find Their Way
  • Ray Fitz, S.M. and Patricia Johnson, Educating Business Students for Lives of Reasoned Actiono
  • Respondent: Gregory Beabout
  • Chair: Catharyn Baird
 

Session 2
ECONOMICS AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL TRADITION

Kennedy Memorial Union 
Room 211

  • Edward O’Boyle, An Economics Principles Text That Replaces Homo Economicus with the Acting Person
  • Andrew Yuengert, Practical Wisdom and Models of Decision-making in Business Educationo
  • Respondent: Gabriel Martinez
  • Chair: John Larrivee

Session 3
INSTITUTIONAL PRIORITIES FOR CATHOLIC BUSINESS EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union 
Room 331

  • David McCallum, S.J., and James Connors, S.J., Connecting the Dots: A Handbook for Educators and Students of Jesuit Business Schools
  • Joy Pahl, The Sustainability Imperative for Catholic Colleges and Universitieso
  • Respondent: Patricia Ann Britton
  • Chair: Tatiana Gherman
 

Session 4
MISSION-DRIVEN FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

Kennedy Memorial Union 
Room 222

  • David Burns and Debra Mooney, Facilitating Integrating Mission into the Classroom: Xavier’s Mission Academy
  • Michael Guiry, Tangibilizing and Cultivating the Understanding of a Catholic University’s Mission and the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching Through an International Volunteer Faculty Service-Learning Experience
  • Robert Shoemake, Exploring the Impact of a Cultural Intervention: The Opus College of Business’s Mission-Driven Catholic Business Education Seminar
  • Respondent: John J. Fontana
  • Chair: Diego Arias Padilla
 

Session 5
SOCIALIZING THE CURRICULUM

Kennedy Memorial Union 
Room 207

  • Nicholas Santos, S.J., Business Education for the Common Good: The Promise and Challenge of Incorporating Social Entrepreneurship Into the Catholic Business School Curricula
  • Jeanette Loanzon, Generating Social Capital Through Field Research in Economics Education
  • Susan T. Dinnocenti, Maria Lizano-DiMare, Khawaga Mamun and Rupendra Paliwal, Teaching the Catholic Intellectual Tradition Through Experiential Learning Programs
  • Respondent: Seamus Finn
  • Chair: Gene Laczniak
12:30 p.m.

Lunch

CLOSING COMMENTS

Kennedy Memorial Union 
Ballroom

Speaker: Michael Naughton