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Center Faculty and Staff Presentations

Sample of scholarship presented by Center faculty and staff

Organized within each of the following categories:

Catholic Social Tradition and Church Life

Community-Based Pedagogy

Community-Based Research

Higher Education, Ethical Development, and Social Responsibility

International Service and Globalization

Justice Education and Social Action

 

 

Catholic Social Tradition and Church Life 

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2008–2011

Brandenberger, J., Lies, W., & Bock, T., November 2008. “Moral Development and Faith-Based College and Universities". Interactive panel facilitated at the Association for Moral Education International Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Lies, W. July 2008. “Walking the Talk: Living Justice in Our Lives and Church". Views from the Veranda, St. Alphonsus, Chicago, IL.

Lies, W. February 2009. “Business Leadership and Catholic Social Thought". University of Notre Dame’s Business Operations Leadership Institution, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Lies, W. April 2009. “Catholic Social Teaching: The Healing Principles". Faith and Work Speaker Series at Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, Chicago, IL.

Pfeil, M. June 2008. “Incarceration and White Privilege". A panel participation for the Catholic Social Thought Group at the Annual Meeting of the Catholic Theology Society of America.

Purcell, W. June 2009. “Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into Service Learning". National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

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2002–2007

Beckman, M. November 2002. “Teaching Catholic Social Tradition". Option for the Poor Conference, University of Notre Dame. Notre Dame, IN.

Brandenberger, J.. June 2006. Lives in the Balance: College Students' Search for Meaning and Vocation". Messiah College Conference on Faith Traditions, Spirituality, and Service-Learning. Messiah College, PA.

Cahill Kelly, A. November 2002. “In God We Trust? Questions about Faith and Civic Engagement". Campus Compact National Summit. Providence, RI.

Cahill Kelly, A., Knight Santoni, C., Lies, W., & Smith Shappell, A. May 2004. “Transitions in Faith: Young Adulthood and Beyond. Campus Ministry Symposium. Notre Dame, IN.

Lies, W. October 2004. “Religion and Politics Panel". Latin American Studies Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

Lies, W. February 2005. ACCU Wrap-Around Session and USCCB National Catholic Social Ministry Gathering. Washington DC.

Lies, W. July 2005. “Survivor: Citizenship and Service in Today's World". Theology on Tap; Saint Clement's Parish. Chicago, IL.

Lies, W. July 2006. “Putting the 'Catholic' in Catholic University: Integrating Catholic Social Tradition Across the Curriculum". Hesburgh Lecture Series. Orlando, FL.

Miller McGraw, A., & Andrea Laidman, A., September 2006. “Teaching Catholic Social Tradition: Integrating Faith, Knowledge and Civic Responsibility". Depaul University Conference on Strengthening Civic Engagement and Spirituality in Higher Education. Chicago, IL.

      

Purcell, W. October 2005. “Baptism: Living Our Call to New Life". 2005 Emmaus Conference of the Diocese of Raleigh. Apex, NC.

                     

Purcell, W. March 2006. Catholic Social Teaching and Service Learning. Notre Dame, IN.

Smith Shappell, A. November 2003. “Catholic Network of Volunteer Service Conference". Tapestry of Faith, Tapestry of Service. Santa Monica, CA.

Smith Shappell, A. October 2005. “Alumni Club Collaboration with the Center for Social Concerns". Region 10, Notre Dame Alumni Association. New York, NY.

Smith Shappell, A. May 2006. “From Creative Ministry to Compassion: Undergraduate Students Encounter Henri Nouwen". Turning the Wheel:Henir Nouwen and Our Search for God Conference. Toronto, CN.

Tomas Morgan, R. October 2002. Catholic Peacebuilding Network, Maryknoll. Ossining, NY.

Tomas Morgan, R. June 2003. “Catholic Peacebuilding Network”. Washington, D.C.

 

Community-Based Pedagogy

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2008–2011

Cahill Kelly, A., & Stanley, D. June 2009. “Working with Secular Agencies to Promote Faith-Based Learning: A Community-Based Learning Model at the University of Notre Dame". National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Purcell, W. September 2008. “From the Field to the Hood: Experiential Seminars that Work from Migrant Communities to the Inner City". NSEE 37th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Smith Shappel, A. October 2008. “Summer Service-Learning Courses: Method and Content". Andrews McMeel Summer Service-Learning Forum, University of Notre, Notre Dame, IN.

Smith Shappel, A., & Barbato, S. June 2009. “Post-Immersion Reflective Practices". National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Toms Smedley, C. June 2009. “Student Leadership and Transformational Models". DePaul University Roundtable Discussion, National Faith, Justice, Civil Learning Conference, Chicago, IL.

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2002–2007

Beckman, M. March 2006. “Research in the Summer Service Learning Program". Andres McMeel Universal Foundation Alumni Symposium for the Summer Service Learning Program. Notre

Dame, IN.

Brandenberger, J.. May 2003. “Higher Education and Social Responsibility: Developmental Contexts for Moral and Civic Learning". John Carroll University, Center for Community Service and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Cleveland, OH.

Brandenberger, J. January 2006. “From Service to the Voting Booth: The Relationship Between Community-Based Learning and Political Interest Among College Students". International Civic Education Conference. Orlando, FL.

Brandenberger, J., & Collado, J. June 2007. “Political Engagement, Community-Based Learning, and Higher Education". National Symposium on Integrating  Community-Based Learning with Catholic Social Thought. Notre Dame, IN.

Cahill Kelly, A. March 2003. “The Community-Based Learning Coordinator Model at the Center for Social Concerns, and Building Effective Partnerships". Panel Presentation at the Indiana Campus Compact Regional Meeting. Notre Dame, IN.

Cahill Kelly, A. March 2004. “Indiana Campus Compact Regional Meeting, Indiana University South Bend". South Bend University and College Partnerships. South Bend, IN.

Cahill Kelly, A. September 2005. Indiana Campus Compact Listening to Communities Meeting. Indiana University South Bend. South Bend, IN.

Cahill Kelly, A., & Stanley, D. October 2006. “The Community-Based Learning Coordinator Model: Working toward Effective Partnerships". NSEE 35th Annual Conference: Grand Ole Experiences: Great New Opportunities. Nashville, TN.

Lies, W. April 2005. “Integrating Service Learning Across the College and University Curricula". Hesburgh Lecture Series; Alvernia College. Reading, PA.

Lies, W. May 2005. “Community-based Learning and the Catholic University". Hesburgh Lecture Series; Saint Ambrose University. Davenport, IN.

Miller McGraw, A. June 2005. “Notre Dame in Appalachia: Student Learning Through Community Engagement". Just Connections Conference.Maryville, TN.

Miller McGraw, A., & McDowell, R. June 2007. “An Integrative Pedagogy of Community-Based Learning: Student Leadership, Scholarship and Spirituality". From Evangelization to Discipleship. Notre Dame, IN.

Paladino J., & Smith Shappell, A. June 2004. “Journey of Excellence-Creating the Connection". Human Resources Annual Leadership Conference. Notre Dame, IN.

Smith Shappell, A. October 2005. “Methods of Reflection in Service-Learning". National Society of Experiential Education. Philadelphia, PA.

Smith Shappell, A. September 2006. “Methods and Theological Reflection in the Summer Service Learning Program". Depaul University Conference on Strengthening Civic Engagement and Spirituality in Higher Education. Chicago, IL.

Tomas Morgan, R. June and July 2003. “Assessing Partnerships". Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia.

 

Community-Based Research

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2008–2011

Beckman, M. July 2008. “North American Action Research Alliance: Building a Network". Loyola College Working Conference on Catalysts for Change: University-Community Research Centers and Networks, Center on Urban Research and Learning (CURL), Chicago, IL.

Beckman, M. October 2008. “Building Bridges to Community through Socially Engaged Research". 14th Annual Conference of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, Covington, KY.

Beckman, M. April 2009. “Enhancing Community Impact". Learn and Serve America: Higher Education; National Community-Based Research Networking Initiative with Randy Stoecker, Princeton, NJ.

Beckman, M. & Pigza, J. January 2010. “Community-Based Research (CBR): A Vital Curriculum for Faculty, Students, and Communities". Annual Meeting of Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC.

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2002–2007

Beckman M. (with Lead Alliance) April 2003. “Chemistry in Service to the Community: Working Together to Identify and Reduce Residential Lead Hazards". Campus Community Partnerships for Health Conference. San Diego, CA.

Beckman, M. June 2003. “Restoring Economic Vitality in the Inner City: An Example of a Community-Based Research Course". Community and Scholar Activists in Community-Based Education in Appalachia Conference, Emory and Henry College. Emory, VA.

Beckman, M.. October 2003. “Lead Paint Alliance: Working Together to Identify and Reduce Lead Hazards". Community Research Network Conference. Sandstone, MN.

Beckman, M. January 2006. “Facilitating University Community-Based Research: Rationale, Examples, and Challenges". International Conference on Civic Education: Research and Practice. Orlando/Altamonte Springs, FL.

Beckman, M., Lende, D., & Collado, J. September 2006. “Faculty Engagement in CBR: Incentives, Challenges and Responses". Learn and Serve America: Higher Education; National Community-Based Research Networking Initiative. Princeton, NJ.

Beckman M., & Miller Mcgraw, A. February 2006. “Community-Based Research, Economic Justice for All: The Unfinished Agenda". Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Wrap Around Meeting. Washington D.C.

Cahill Kelly, A. June 2004. “Community-Based Learning Coordinators Speak: The Challenges of Doing Community- Based Research from the Community Perspective". Institute for Community Research Crossroads Conference: Critical Issues in Community-Based Research Partnerships. Hartford, CT.

Collado, J., & Bailey, K. March 2007. “Facilitating University Community-Based Research Grants, Courses, and Coalitions". Beyond Borders: Beyond Boundaries The 18th Annual National Service-Learning Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

Power, C., Brandenberger, J.., Power, A., LaVoi, N., & Trucano, M. July 2006. "Morality and Civic Engagement in the Global Community". The Association for Moral Education International Conference. Fribourg, Switzerland.

 

Higher Education, Ethical Development, and Social Responsibility

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2008–2012

Toms Smedley, C.M.S. June 2012. "Bridge the Gap: Study Abroad and the Christian Student". Council for Christian Colleges & Universities Best Semester Programs conference for off-campus study coordinators, First Christian Church, Houston, TX.

Beckman, M. October 2009. “Defining Undergraduate Research: Carnegie Academy SOTL Institutional Leadership Program”. Sixth annual Conference of The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (with Cecilia Lucero, Nancy Randall, and Nancy Hensel), Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Bowman, N. November 2008. “How many is enough? The impact of diversity courses on college students’ personal, moral, and social development”. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Bowman, N., & Brandenberger, J. October 2009. “Quantitative assessment of community-based learning outcomes: Longitudinal versus self-reported gains”. Annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, Ottawa, Ontario.

Bowman, N., & Brandenberger, J. November 2009. “Experiencing the unexpected: Toward a model of college diversity experiences and attitude change”. Annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Bowman, N., & Brandenberger, J., Hill, P., and Lapsley, D. October 2009. “Helping others and helping yourself: The role of undergraduate community engagement in promoting well-being in adulthood.” Annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, Ottawa, Ontario.

Brandenberger, J. May 2009. “Assessment of Moral Mission and Engaged Learning: Research Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame.” IUPUI Symposium on Assessing Student Civic Outcomes, Indianapolis, IN.

Brandenberger, J. November 2009. Invited panel presentation at the National Symposium on Civic Engagement, Public Work, and Psychological Well-Being sponsored by Association for American Colleges and Universities, Bringing Theory to Practice, Washington, DC.

Brandenberger, J., & Bowman, N. October 2008. “A developmental model of research and assessment at the University of Notre Dame: Advancing a research Program”. Annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, New Orleans, LA.

Brandenberger, J. , & Bowman, N. October 2008. “A Different Kind of Summer School: Research and Assessment of the Impacts of Summer Service Learning”. Andrews McMeel Summer Service-Learning Forum, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Brandenberger, J., Bowman, N., Lapsley, D.,& Hill, P. June 2009. “Moral Purpose and Human Flourishing: The Role of College Experiences in Promoting Adult Engagement and Well-Being”. National Faith, Justice, and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Brandenberger, J., Lapsley, D., & Bowman, N. October 2009. “The development of moral purpose: A longitudinal study of the college experience and beyond.” Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Educating for Personal and Social Responsibility Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Brandenberger, J., Lapsley, D., Hill, P., & Bowman, N. July 2009. “Moral purpose, college and beyond: A longitudinal study”. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Brandenberger, J., McManus Warnell, J., & Cahill Kelly, A. June 2008. “Business Education and Moral Learning: A Three-Year Longitudinal Study”. Conference on Business Education at Catholic Universities: The Role of Mission-Driven Business School, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

 

Brandenberger, J. ., & Pfeil, M. November 2008. “Civic Engagement and Moral Learning: Pedagogies and Promising Practices from Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns”. Symposium at the Association for Moral Education International Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Hill, P., Lapsley, D., Brandenberger, J., & Burrow, A. May 2008. “Adolescent Value Orientation Predicts Adult Generativity and Well-Being”. 20th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Lies, W. April 2009. “Community and the Classroom: Integrating Community-Based Learning into the University Curriculum”. Presentation to the faculty of Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA.

Purcell, W. October 2009. “Addressing the Heart of Poverty through Experiential Education”. National Society for Experiential Education 38th Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.

Smith Shappel, A., Harrison, C., & Serra, S. June 2009. “From Service to Social Justice". National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Toms Smedley, C. 2008. “Modeling Cultural Antiethnocentrism: Learning Service in Non-traditional Locations". Poster Presentation for University Partnerships, (NAFSA) National Association for Study Abroad, Washington, DC.

Toms Smedley, C., Pfeil, M. R., & Novick, R. June 2009. “Theology, Sustainability, and the Academy: Exploring and Integrating a Spiritual Approach to University and Program Sustainability”. National Faith, Justice, Civil Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

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2002–2007

Brandenberger, J. June 2002. “The Scholarship of Engagement: Research and Assessment of Moral Learning and Developmental Concerns”. Assessment Conference of the American Association of Higher Education. Boston, MA.

Brandenberger, J. February 2005. “Models of Leadership and Social Responsibility: Experiential Learning Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame”. Annual Florida State Institute on College Student Values. Tallahassee, FL.

Brandenberger, J. November 2005. “Community-Based Learning: Developmental Contexts for Moral and Civic Learning”. Presentation given to the Community-Based Learning Coordinators, Boys and Girls Club. South Bend, IN.

Brandenberger, J. October 2006. "Setting a Research Agenda:  Service-Learning in Faith-based Colleges and Universities". Presented (with J. Eby, E. Hollander, & L. Vogelsang) at the International Research Conference on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. Portland, OR.

Brandenberger, J., Cahill Kelly, A., & McManus Warnell, J. July 2006. "Integrated Ethical Development in Business Education:  A Longitudinal Study". The Association for Moral Education International Conference. Fribourg, Switzerland.

Brandenberger, J., & Collado, J. September 2006. “Mission Achieved? Research on Civic Engagement and Moral Learning at the University of Notre Dame”. Depaul University Conference on Strengthening Civic Engagement and Spirituality in Higher Education. Chicago, IL.

Lies, J., Bock, T., & Brandenberger, J. April 2007. "The Effects of Service-Learning on the Moral Reasoning of College Students". The Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Lies, W. November 2005. “Social Justice and the Higher Education Curriculum”. Hesburgh Lecture Series; Benedictine High School. Richmond, VA.

McManus Warnell, J., Brandenberger, J., & Cahill Kelly, A. March 2007. “Business Education, Ethics and Community-Based Learning: A Three-Year Longitudinal Study”. Santa Clara University Conference: Callings: Fostering Vocation through Community-Based Learning. Santa Clara, CA.

 

International Service and Globalization

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2008–2011

 

Purcell, W. June 2008. “Notre Dame and Catholic Relief Services: Partnering for Solidarity”. CRS Higher-Education Partners Gathering, Cabrini College, Radnor, PA.

Tomas Morgan, R. February 2008. “Promising Practices in International Service Learning: A Case Study Presentation on Notre Dame’s International Summer Service Learning Program”. Presented at the 2nd Annual Conference on International Service Learning, Indianapolis, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R. March 2008. “Student Outcomes of International Service Learning: Assessing Notre Dame’s International Summer Service Learning Program”. 3rd Annual Conference on International Service Learning: Advancing Research and Practice, Indianapolis, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R. June 2009. “Fostering Faithful and Global Citizens through International Service Learning”. National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, Chicago, IL.

Tomas Morgan, R. October 2009. “Mission-Driven Institutions: Fostering Global Citizens”. 3rd Annual Fostering Global Citizenship in Higher Education, Brattleboro, VT.

Tomas Morgan, R. June 2010. “International Service Learning”. Invited plenary panelist at Sustaining Our Call to Service 6th Biennial Faith-Based Service-Learning conference, Grantham, PA.

Tomas Morgan, R. March 2011. “Fostering Global Citizenship”. Presented at the Catholic Social Tradition conference on Celebrating 120 Years since Rerum Novarum, Notre Dame, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R. March 2011. “International Service Learning in a Faith Based Context”. Invited presentation at the Brookings Institution and Washington University sponsored symposium on International Service and Higher Education: At the Threshold of a New Era, St. Louis, MO.

Tomas Morgan, R. & Hartman, E. April 2011.“International Service Learning: Theory, Promise, and Practice”. Presented at the Forum on Education Abroad, Boston, MA.

Toms Smedley, C. June 2008. “Faith and International Service Learning”. Invited panelist for Messiah College Conference on Faith and Service-Learning, Grantham, PA.

Toms Smedley, C. 2008. “Continuing Support for Success: Debrief for Post-Study Abroad students”. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators International Symposium, Boston, MA.

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2002–2007

Beckman, M. August 2003. “Globalization”. Workshop for Holy Cross Associates. South Bend, IN.

Beckman, M. June–July 2006. “Globalization's Losers: A Framework for Understanding Poverty and Social Challenges in the Developing World”. Interdisciplinary Studies in Tsunami Impacts and Mitigation, A Summer REU Program at the University of Notre Dame, Natural Hazards Seminar Series. Notre Dame, IN.

Lies, W. March–April 2005.“Contemporary Catholicism, Religious Pluralism, and Democracy in Latin America: Challenges, Responses, and Impact”. Kellogg Institute Conference. Notre Dame, IN.

Purcell, W. February 2006. “Giving Your Two-Cents Worth: Addressing Global Poverty”. Catholic Festival of Faith of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

Purcell, W. March 2006. “Voices of Women of Afghanistan: Building Solidarity”. St. John Parish Forum. Goshen, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R. May–June 2002. “Seeking Collaboration: Holy Cross Institutions of Higher Education in the U.S. and Holy Cross Missions in East Africa”. Institutional visits and partnership assessment in Uganda and Kenya.

Tomas Morgan, R. March 2003. “Interactive Plenary Session: Sharing Best Practices in International Service Learning – Pre-Orientation and Re-Entry”. International Service Learning Conference, Marquette University. Milwaukee, WI.

Tomas Morgan, R. March 2003.“Sharing Best Practices in International Service Learning – Orientation and Re-Entry”. Interactive panel at the International Service Learning conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Tomas Morgan, R. June–July 2003. “Assessing Partnerships”. Institutional visits and partnership assessment in Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia.

Tomas Morgan, R. March 2005. “Short Term Mission”. Presented as consultant on the Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation of People in Faith and book project Mission Trips That Matter: Embodied Faith for the Sake of the World (Upper Room Books, 2008) Sonora Desert, AZ.

Tomas Morgan, R. February 2006. “Faith Based International Service Learning”. Presented at the Association of Catholic Colleges & Universities Social Justice wrap-around sessions, Washington, DC.

 

Justice Education and Social Action

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2008–2011

Brandenberger, J., Li, E., Thornton, M. ., Hill, P., Burrow, A. ., & Lapsley, D.. November 2008.  “Promoting Social Values in Undergraduates”. Association for Moral Education International Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Hebbeler, M. May 2009. “A Story-Formed Life: Dorothy Day’s Encounter with The Brothers Karamazov”. Fifty-fifth annual convention of the college theology Society, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Pfeil, M. February 2008. “Dorothy Day on Love and Friendship”. Invited lecture at Villanova University, Villanova, PA.

Pfeil, M. October 2009. “Theory and Practice: Teaching Sustainability through Community-based Learning”. Renewing the Campus: Sustainability and the Catholic University, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Purcell, W.. June 2009. “Educating for Justice”. Frank J. Lewis Institute, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R., & Horn, P. June 2009. “Fostering Political and Civic Engagement”. National Faith, Justice, and Civic Learning Conference, De-Paul University, Chicago, IL.

Tomas Morgan, R., Smith Shappell, A., Bowman, N., & Brandenberger, J. October 2010. “Social justice outcomes in service-learning”. Presented at the International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) annual conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R., Wisler, A., & Castro, L. April 2008. “Educating for Peace”. Presented at the Future of Catholic Peacebuilding conference, Notre Dame, IN.

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2002–2007

Beckman, M. November 2002. “Power and Powerlessness”. Workshop for Lay Mission candidates of the Maryknoll Religious Community. Maryknoll, NY.

Beckman, M. June 2003. “Economics of Labor”. Workshop for Interfaith Committee on Worker Justice Interns. Chicago, IL.

Beckman, M. November 2005. “Power and Powerlessness”. Lay Mission Candidates of the Maryknoll. Maryknoll, NY.

Brandenberger, J. January 2003. “Leadership for a New Millennium: Challenges for Youth and Education” .Palm Beach Community College. Eissey Campus, FL.

Lies, W. September 2004. American Political Science Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.

Lies, W. November 2004. “Community-based Learning and Justice Education at the Catholic University”. Hesburgh Lecture Series; Bellarmine University. Louisville, KY.

Purcell, W. July 2005. “State of Practice of Social Entrepreneurship”. Access, Enterprise, & Catholic Social Traditions. Notre Dame, IN.

Purcell, W. February 2006. “Living Our Faith: Evangelization Through Social Justice”. Catholic Festival of Faith of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

Purcell, W. April–May 2006. “Sustaining Hope: Social Action for Transformative Evangelization”. 70th Annual National Conference of Catechetical Leadership Conference.

Chicago, IL.

Purcell, W. June 2006. “Educating for Justice”. Frank J. Lewis Institute for Campus Ministry. Notre Dame, IN.

Purcell, W., & Porter, K. February 2007. “Living Wages at Universities”. Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Annual Conference. Washington D.C.

Smith Shappell, A. November 2002. “Inroads to Freedom, A Holy Experiment”. Catholic Network of Volunteer Service Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Tomas Morgan, R. October 2002. “Envisioning a Catholic Peacebuilding Network”. Interactive sessions of the Catholic Peacebuilding Network, Ossining, NY.

Tomas Morgan, R. June 2003. “Envisioning a Catholic Peacebuilding Network”. Interactive sessions of the Catholic Peacebuilding Network, Washington, DC.

Tomas Morgan, R., Collado, J., Quaranto, P., & Smith, K. June 2007. “To Vote or Not to Vote: Strategies for Encouraging the Political Engagement of College Students at Catholic and State Universities”. From Evangelization to Discipleship" Integrating Catholic Social Thought and Community-Based Learning Conference. Notre Dame, IN.

Tomas Morgan, R., Santoni, C., Cahill Kelly, A., Loesch, C., & Cunningham, S. May 2004.“Faith in Action”. Presented at the Campus Ministry Symposium, Notre Dame, IN.

 

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