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Ignatian Pedagogy Events

Wednesday, October 1 from 12 – 1:30 at the Gannon Center (LSC)

Leadership and Compassion

Join us for a lunch conversation with Kerry Weber, Managing Editor of America Magazine to discuss the intersection between leadership and compassion. RSVP Carol Coyne at ccoyne@luc.edu by September26.

 

Friday, October 10 – Saturday, October 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Newhart Family Theatre (2nd Floor, Mundelein Center) (LSC)

Mark: A One-Man Play by Rev. George Drance, S.J.  

A one-man portrayal of the Gospel According to St. Mark, the oldest of the four gospels, originally performed out loud to give courage and hope to that quiet community of first-century rebels.  George Drance, S.J. is the inaugural Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. Fellow for Loyola University Chicago.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage.  Tickets may be purchased at luc.tix.com or by calling 773.508.8400. 

 

Tuesday, October 14, 2:00-3:00 PM OR
Wednesday, November 12, 10:00-11:00 AM.

Online Groups

The ability to build and maintain community in an online course remains one of the primary challenges for the online faculty member. This session provides some ideas about how online groups can help students be more accountable to the class and also engage more fully in course content and concepts. We will discuss asynchronous group work with the structure built in Sakai.  

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Thursday, October 16, 9:30-10:30 am OR
Monday, November 10, 2:00-3:00 pm

Creating a Workable Course Layout

Course layout and design are crucial to blended, hybrid and online courses. Without a meaningful structure, students are unable to find where things are located; additionally, they may have difficulties navigating the collaboration tools needed to build effective online community. In this workshop we discuss some issues to consider and some strategies for organizing your course in a manner that makes sense for your subject matter. 

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Thursday, October 16 – Saturday, October 18 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Loyola University Museum of Art, Lewis Towers (WTC)

Crossings and Dwellings Research Conference

An interdisciplinary conference celebrating the restoration of the Society of Jesus.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. 

 

Friday, October 17 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. in Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

Writing and Revising Learning Outcomes

This workshop is for those writing new, or revising their current, learning outcomes. We will explore best practices in creating learning outcomes, including the steps involved in writing learning outcomes, the characteristics of well-written learning outcomes, and potential uses for learning outcomes beyond assessment purposes.  Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy.

To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/writing-and-revising-learning-outcomes-tickets-12787480699

 

Friday, October 17 at Noon, Health Sciences Campus, SSOM, 250 (HSC)

Ignatian Heritage Book Club

“Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion” by Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J.   Discuss Introduction – Chapter 4.  Feel free to bring your lunch.  Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

Tuesday, October 21 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. at Damen Student Center, Suite 217 (LSC)

Catholic Q&A

“Is There a Hell and Who’s in it?”

Presentation by John Sweeney, Independent Scholar, Culture Critic, Book Editor, and Writer of Public History. Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage.   (Students only)

 

Wednesday, October 22 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Maguire Hall, Room 110 (WTC)

Benchmarking for Jesuit Business Education

A talk by Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., (University of Detroit Mercy).  Co-sponsored by Quinlan School of Business and the Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professorship in Women and Leadership. 

 

Wednesday, October 22 at Noon, Water Tower Campus, Corboy Hall, 727 (WTC)

Ignatian Heritage Book Club

“Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion” by Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J.  Discuss Introduction – Chapter 4.  Feel free to bring your lunch. Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

Wednesday, October 22, 2014, from 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM in Cuneo Hall 417 (LSC)

Application of Ignatian Pedagogy

This is the third session in FCIP's Fall 2014 Workshop Series on Ignatian Pedagogy. We are pleased that all workshops in this series will be presented by Father Jose Mesa, S.J.. All sessions will be recorded and posted on the FCIP website (www.luc.edu/fcip) for viewing.  Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy. 

 

Wednesday, October 22 from 4 – 5:30 p.m. in Klarcheck Information Commons, 4th Floor (LSC)

“Race in Biocultural Perspective: Why Biology, not Genetics, Matters” by James M. Calcagno, Professor, Department of Anthropology and Director, Fellowship Office

This talk is part of the Fall Speaker Series, offered in conjunction with the RACE: Are We So Different? Exhibition that is being brought to the Chicagoland area by the YWCA Evanston/North Shore and the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Educator Center in Skokie, Illinois.  Loyola University Chicago is a proud sponsor of the exhibition.  This talk is sponsored by the Provost Office for Social Justice Initiatives and others.

 

Thursday, October 23, 2014 from 4:00PM until 6:00PM, McCormick Lounge in Coffey Hall (LSC)

It’s Your Money:  Illinois

Join us in a pre-election panel discussing fiscal responsibility in government. Panelists include Greg Hinz from Crain’s Chicago Business, Katie Drews from the Better Government Association, Twyla Blackmond Larnell from the Political Science Department of Loyola, and Dennis Conroy from Chicago Metropolitan Family Services.

 

Friday, October 24, 2014, from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM in Klarchek Information Commons, Fourth Floor (LSC)

ePortfolios and the Future of Higher Education

Sponsored by the Center for Experiential Learning, the College of Arts & Sciences, and the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy. 

 

Sakai Collaboration Tools

Monday, October 27, 2:00-3:00 pm OR
Tuesday, November 18, 10:00-11:00 am
also available on-demand (contact
facultycenter@luc.edu for information)

Blogs? Discussion forums? Chat? Wikis? What’s the difference? This workshop will cover the basic features of the four collaboration tools resident in Sakai and provide suggestions for selecting which tool will be most appropriate for your intended instructional use. We will also provide a brief overview for how to establish each of the tools within a Sakai course. 

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Tuesday, October 28 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. at Cuneo Hall, 425 (LSC)

Publication Luncheon

An informal conversation with Rev. George Drance, S.J.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. 

 

Wednesday, October 29 at Noon, Lake Shore Campus, Piper Hall, 201 (LSC)

Ignatian Heritage Book Club

“Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion” by Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J.   Discuss Introduction – Chapter 4.  Feel free to bring your lunch. Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

Wednesday, October 29, 2:00-3:00 pm OR
Tuesday, December 2, 10:00-11:00 am

Using Rubrics

The need for clear communication with our online students extends into our assessment practices. One of the best ways to clearly communicate grading processes and expectations is through the use of rubrics. Although Sakai currently doesn’t offer a rubric tool, there are still ways to effectively use rubrics in Sakai. In this session, we will offer an overview of rubric basics as well as strategies for using rubrics in Sakai.

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Thursday, October 30 from 4 – 5 p.m.at Coffey Hall – McCormick Lounge (LSC)

Catholic Q&A

“Hope for the 21st Century Church”

An informal conversation with Francis Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. 

 

November 4 from 4:30 PM until 6 PM in Kasbeer Hall in Corboy Law Center (WTC)

IPS and the Gannon Center present Women in Leadership: Church and World

Join panelists Carol Fowler, Shirl Giacomi, Sheila O’Brien and Mary Ann Smith in a stimulating and thought-provoking exchange that will challenge us all to be agents of social change for a better Church and a better world.

 

Thursday, November 6, 10:00 AM

Ensuring Loyola Quality in an Online Course

As the number of online courses and programs continues to grow at Loyola University Chicago, the question of quality becomes an important concern. How do we ensure that our online courses truly represent a quality, Loyola course? What makes our online courses different from the University of Phoenix courses? This workshop guides faculty through Loyola’s quality rubric for online courses and discusses how the rubric helps outline the course components valued by the university. 

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Presentation Tool Workshops

In unit 4 of the Online Teaching Course, we introduced you to multiple presentation tools and explained how each tool varied from one another based on functionality, interactivity, editing capabilities, and other factors that were described.

Now that you’ve had the chance to identify some tools that might be useful to you, these in depth workshops will give you a better idea of how each of the tools functions and how you can use the various features of the software to include interactive components and promote instructor presence. We’ll finish by showing you how to publish and upload the content to a sharing platform (Sakai, etc.), as well as giving you resources on how you can obtain software if it’s something that isn’t already available to you.

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Thursday, November 6 from 4 – 5:30 p.m. in Klarchek Information Commons, 4th Floor (LSC)

“Will it Ever Be Equal? Achievement Disparity in Education” by Dean Michael Dantley and Associate Dean Anita Thomas, School of Education

This talk is part of the Fall Speaker Series, offered in conjunction with the RACE: Are We So Different? Exhibition that is being brought to the Chicagoland area by the YWCA Evanston/North Shore and the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Educator Center in Skokie, Illinois.  Loyola University Chicago is a proud sponsor of the exhibition.  This talk is sponsored by the Provost Office for Social Justice Initiatives and others.

 

Thursday, November 6 from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. at Damen Student Center Cinema (LSC)

Faith in Focus Film Series:  “Babel”

Post-screening Discussion by Dr. Michael Murphy, Director of Catholic Studies Program, LUC.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. 

 

Friday, November 7th, 10:00 AM

Copyright Q & A

This workshop will allow instructors to request information about specific instances of fair use and using materials in an online course. Ursula Scholz, a librarian in Cudahy Library and copyright specialist, will be available to take questions and provide guidance to individuals.

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Friday, November 7 – Saturday, November 8 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Coffey Hall – McCormick Lounge (LSC)

Chicago Catholic Immigrants:  The Mexicans

An interdisciplinary conference on Mexican immigrants in Chicago, featuring Chicago novelist Luis Alberto Urrea and Anchor Producer of NPR’s Latino USA Maria Hinojosa.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. 

 

Tuesday, November 11 at 4:15 p.m. at Damen Student Center Cinema (LSC)

Hit & Stay:  A History of Faith and Resistance 

Hit & Stay tells the story of the Catonsville Nine and those who joined them in their protests.  As part of Ignatian Heritage Month, this film and the discussion afterwards highlight the importance of faith-filled witness in troubling times.  The film’s co-director, Joe Tropea, will participate in a panel conversation following the viewing.  Sponsored by The Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professorship in Women and Leadership and the Department of History.

 

Wednesday, November 12 at Noon, Water Tower Campus, Corboy Hall, 727 (WTC)

Ignatian Heritage Book Club

“Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion” by Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J.  Discuss Chapters 5 – 9.  Feel free to bring your lunch. Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

November 13 in Coffey Hall – McCormick Lounge (LSC)

The Child Migrant: Crossing Borders

Morning Panel from 10:00 AM until 12 Noon

Afternoon Panel from 2:30 until 4:30 PM

The Gannon Center with the Center for the Human Rights of Children and the Chicago Network are sponsoring an all-day interdisciplinary teach-in addressing the humanitarian crisis of unaccompanied children migrating and seeking safety in the United States.

 

November 13 from 7:00PM until 9:00 PM in the Den of Damen Hall (LSC)

The Child Migrant: Crossing Borders Theatrical Event

Engage in original performances by Chicago theatre professionals focused on the experience of unaccompanied children seeking asylum in the United States.

 

Friday, November 14, 11:00 AM 

Best Practices for Online Tests 

This workshop will cover best practices for online testing. Discover and discuss ways of using online tests, quizzes and other Sakai tools for formative and summative assessment and student engagement. 

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Friday, November 14 at Noon, Health Sciences Campus, SSOM, 250 (HSC)

Ignatian Heritage Book Club

“Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion” by Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J.   Discuss Chapters 5 – 9.  Feel free to bring your lunch.  Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

Tuesday, November 18, 2014, from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM at the Water Tower Campus (WTC)

Direct vs. Indirect Assessment

Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy and Student Development.  To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/direct-versus-indirect-assessment-of-student-learning-tickets-12800212781

 

Tuesday, November 18 at Palm Court, Mundelein Center (LSC) (Time to be determined)

Teilhard de Chardin Lecture

Local Girl Makes Good:  Ellen Stewart’s Contribution to American Theatre

Presented by Rev. George Drance, S.J., Theatre Department, Fordham University and Inaugural Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. Fellow, LUC.  Sponsored by The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. 

 

Wednesday, November 19 at Noon, Lake Shore Campus, Piper Hall, 201 (LSC)

Ignatian Heritage Book Club

“Tattoos on the Heart:  The Power of Boundless Compassion” by Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J. Discuss Chapters 5 – 9. Feel free to bring your lunch.  Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

Wednesday, November 19 from 4 – 5:30 p.m. in Klarchek Information Commons, 4th Floor (LSC)

Race and Racial Inequality:  Through a Legal Lens

“Learning to See Straight: Legal History and the Creation of Racial Inequality” by Juan Perea, Professor, School of Law

“The Legal Construction of Race” by Steven Ramirez, Professor and Director, Business and Corporate Governance Law Center, School of Law

This event is part of the Fall Speaker Series, offered in conjunction with the RACE: Are We So Different? Exhibition that is being brought to the Chicagoland area by the YWCA Evanston/North Shore and the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Educator Center in Skokie, Illinois.  Loyola University Chicago is a proud sponsor of the exhibition.  This talk is sponsored by the Provost Office for Social Justice Initiatives and others.

 

Thursday, November 20, 10:00 AM

Using Box.com for Collaboration

What is Box.com? This workshop will cover the basic features of Box, a cloud-based storage, sharing, and collaboration tool available to all faculty, staff, and students. This workshop provides a quick guide on accessing your Box account and how Box can be used for collaboration with students and for sharing files with your class.

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

Thursday, November 20 – Friday, November 21

Salvadoran Martyrs’ 25th Anniversary Commemoration Events

November 20

Noon               

Memorial Mass in Madonna Chapel

Fr. Jon Sobrino, S.J. Presider and Fr. Dan Hartnett, S.J. Homilist

Lunch with students to follow

 

6 p.m.             

Salvadoran Martyrs’ Lecture:  “A Community of Blood: Jesuits, University Professors and Worker Martyrs” at Mundelein Auditorium (LSC)  Registration required

Fr. Jon Sobrino, S.J.

 

November 21

9:30 a.m.       

Academic Roundtable at Information Commons, 4th Floor (LSC)

“Memory and Hope:  The Salvadoran Martyrs, Prophetic Witness, and the Future of Jesuit Higher Education”

  1. Dan Harnett, S.J., Xavier University and Bellarmine Parish

  2. Cecilia Gonzales-Andrieu, Ph.D., Loyola Marymount University

  3. Robert Lasalle-Klein, Ph.D., Holy Names University

    Response: Fr. Jon Sobrino, S.J.           

    Lunch with Fr. Sobrino, panelists, and invited guests to follow

    Sponsored by Mission and Identity. 

 

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2:00 PM

Best Practices for Using Assessments in Sakai

This workshop will provide an overview of online assessment in Sakai.  We will initially cover best practices in assessment in general to provide a framework.  From there we will provide strategies for creating and using assessments in Sakai.

Available online: https://connect.luc.edu/onlineteaching/.

To register by email: facultycenter@luc.edu.  

 

December 8, 2014 from 4:30PM until 6 PM in Coffey Hall – McCormick Lounge (LSC)

The Power of Sisterhood: Women Religious Tell the Story of the Apostolic Visitation

Join us in a panel presentation with the authors and editors of a new book about their experience of the Apostolic visitation and how they have transformed the meaning of the visitation for themselves and their congregations.

Sponsored by the Gannon Center for Women and Leadership

 

Tuesday, December 9, 2014, from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM in Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

Quantitative Data Analysis

Sponsored by the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy and Student Development. To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/quantitative-analysis-tickets-12800287003.

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