With the ongoing Israel-Hamas war affecting all, the OIDEI, in partnership with Mission Integration and the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy, are offering spaces of belonging for Loyola faculty and staff as we seek ways to better support each other and our students.
All convenings are open to all faculty and staff, and we ask that you please register to attend at the link below:
*Wednesday, November 8, 12:30-1:30 p.m.: A virtual gathering supporting Palestinian, Muslim, and Arab faculty & staff.
*Wednesday, November 15, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.: A virtual gathering supporting Jewish faculty & staff REGISTER NOW
An LUC faculty member and FCIP Faculty Scholar, Dr. tavis d jules, and another colleague published this article about decolonizing syllabi in a recent issue of Diverse Issues in Higher Education. View the article here!
FCIP has created a set of resources to support and guide educators around the importance of using individuals' chosen modes of address. While many instructors have become aware of differentiated use of personal pronouns, FCIP aims to help all Loyola educators expand their knowledge and develop skills for respectfully honoring their students' and colleagues' chosen modes of address, from chosen personal pronouns to chosen names, etc. Click here for access to the video and to learn more about Chosen Modes of Address!LEARN MORE
Join us in celebrating our 11 new Faculty Scholars for the 2023 - 2024 academic year! The Faculty Scholars program provides an opportunity for Loyola faculty to become more involved in the work of FCIP, while providing critical assistance to our programming. Faculty in these positions critically assess and assist with current FCIP programs, develop new opportunities for instructor faculty development, build partnerships across the University, all while lending their perspective and wisdom to benefit FCIP and all Loyola educators! Meet the scholars at the following link:LEARN MORE
Join us in celebrating FCIP's new 2023 cohort of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Faculty Fellows program! The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Faculty Fellowship is a unique, two-year, cohort-based opportunity for a diverse group of full-time instructors (NTT, tenure-track, and tenured) at Loyola University Chicago. The fellowship invites fellows to explore and contribute to the literature base in one of FCIP's pedagogical underpinnings: Ignatian pedagogy, anti-racist pedagogy and student-centered design. Meet the Fellows and learn more about their work at the following link!LEARN MORE