Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Ignatian Pedagogy Research Grant

The Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy provides funding for a number of research grants relating to the impact of Ignatian and Jesuit pedagogy on teaching. Provided below is a listing of the awardees with a link to their successful grant application.

 

2017-2018 

Name

Department

Project

Elisabeth Bayley Department of English  ‌Nurturing Empathy through Reflection on Interconnection and Vulnurability through Reading My Mortal Enemy by Willa Carter
Stacy Neier Department of Marketing ‌A Macro Heart for Micro Enterprise: Enriching Ignatian Pedagogy for Microenterprise Communities
Polina Pine Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Impact of Cultural Environmental and Extracurricular Activities on Learning Effectiveness
Alice Weinreb Department of History H‌ungering for Justice, Nourishing Action: An Ignatian Approach to Teaching Food History

 

2016-2017 

Name

Department

Project

Robyn Mallett Department of Psychology Pedagogical Benefits of Two-Phase Testing
Catherine Nichols Department of Anthropology Curanting Museum Exhibitions in the Jesuit Tradition of Teaching and Learning
Rebecca Silton, Patrick Green, Jessica Horowitz Department of Psychology, Center for Experiential Learning, Graduate School Mentoring Strategies to Enhance Learning and Teaching
P. Ann Solari-Twadell School of Nursing Exploring the Meaning of Collaborative Testing