Faculty & Staff Publications & Presentations

2016

Wilson, Ben, "Dorothy Day's Synthesis of Love of God and Love of Neighbor," in Dorothy Day and the Church: Past, Present, and Future (Valparaiso, IN: Solidarity Hall, 2016).

Wilson, Ben, "'We are All Downwinders' : A Catholic Social Tradition Primer," in SSLP Coursepacket.

"Embodying the Theological Vision of Catholic Social Tradition through Community Based Learning," Occasional Paper for the Center for Social Concerns, in revision. 

Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly with your God: Vatican II, Pastoral Ministry, and Lay Formation for Mission, ed. Donald P. McNeill, CSC, and Margaret Pfeil (Kansas City: Andrews McMeel Universal, forthcoming 2016).

The Scandal of White Complicity in U.S. Hyper-incarceration: A Nonviolent Spirituality of White Resistance, co-authored with Laurie Cassidy and Alex Mikulich, with a foreword by Sr. Helen Prejean. Content and Context in Theological Ethics, Series Editor Mary Jo Iozzio. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Paperback edition, 2016.

Centellas, S., R. Parroquin, and M. Moreno. “Spanish CBL and La Casa de Amistad” (May 25) Community Engagement Faculty Institute, Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame.

"Going Deeper: Notre Dame Club Involvement with the Summer Service Learning Program" presented at Notre Dame Alumni Association Leadership Conference, April 15, 2016.

Cahill Kelly, A., Centellas, S., Foster, R., Kostielney, A., Lombardo, P., Peters., M., Stanley, D., Zabukovic, S. May 2016. “Partnershipping: Orientation, Supervision, Reflection.” Community Engagement Faculty Institute Plenary Session, Notre Dame, IN.

Cahill Kelly, A., Lombardo, P., Mick, C., Stanley, D., Whiting-Jones, K. April 2016. “From Charity to Social Justice: Enhancing Student Development through Community-Based Pedagogy”. Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Summit, Indianapolis, IN.

“A Personalist Understanding of Human Dignity,” in Collected Essays of the Human Dignity Conference, ed. John Cavadini and Jessica Keating (forthcoming 2016).

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M (February 2016) Re-Framing Course Creation: The process of designing and implementing community and immersion based courses and how to help others in your community do likewise. Appalachian Summit on Service Learning Pedagogy & Practice 2016, Carson Newman University- Jefferson City TN.

“Approaching Racialized Violence through the Lens of Restorative Justice,” in Who Is My Neighbor? Crossing Boundaries of Prejudice and Distrust. 5th International Conference on Peace and Reconciliation, ed. Pauline Kollontai and Sebastian Kim (forthcoming 2016).

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M (February 2016) The Role of Student Leader Development in Successful Service-Learning Experiences: How deep understandings of mutuality, agency, and impact are accomplished on immersion. Discussed student leadership development that empowers student leaders to lead peers onto rich, mutually beneficial, positive immersion experiences. Appalachian Summit on Service Learning Pedagogy & Practice 2016, Carson Newman University- Jefferson City TN.

Parroquin, R. with E. Geiger‐Medina. (2016). Applying the POWER Model in a Second Language Class.  In M. Beckman & J. Long (Eds.), Community‐Based Research: Teaching for Community Impact. Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Centellas, S., R. Parroquin, and M. Moreno. (October). “Lessons Learned and Best Practices from a Sustained University-Community Partnership” 2016 Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Conference, Washington, D.C.

Parroquin, R., C. Mick, and S. Williams. (October). “Assessing the Impact of Community-Based Learning (CBL) on Student Learning Outcomes in a Spanish Program” at CUALHE- Consortium on Useful Assessment in Language & Humanities Education, University of Notre Dame.

Thompson, R., Brandenberger, J. W., & Hudson, T. D. (2016, January). Higher education for civic and moral responsibility: Engaged learning and moral identity. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC.

Parroquin, R. and S. Williams. (October). “Charting the Future: Cross-Campus Partnerships for Institutional Change” 2016 Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Conference, Washington, D.C.

McDowell, R., (2016, February).  Beyond the Pub: What Do Students Learn from Community Engagement in London. Presented at Center for Social Concerns Research Seminar Series. Notre Dame, IN.

“A Theological Understanding of Restorative Justice,” Journal of Moral Theology (forthcoming, June 2016).

2015

Hebbeler, M. (2015, February). From Service to Justice: Seeking Systemic Change through the Development and Implementation of Advocacy Campaigns on College Campuses. Presented at the IMPACT Conference, Los Angeles, CA. 

Taieb, H., Jaffé, I., McDowell, R., Spear, G., & Steingruber, S.,(2015). Civic Engagement in Multicultural Europe: American Students and Europeans in Dialogue,In E.J.Nash, N.C. Brown & L. Bracci, (Eds). Intercultural Horizons, Vol III: Intercultural Competence, Key to New Multicultural Societies in Globalized World. New Castle Upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Press.

Mick, C., (2015). Poverty/privilege: A reader for writers. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

"Tender and Tenacious: Who is the God illuminated by Catholic Social Tradition?" presented at Research Seminar, December 15, 2015.

Smith Shappell A. (2015, October). Cultivating Mutual Relationships in Service-Learning. Summer Service Collaborative Conference, Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH.

Arizmendi, K., Cahill Kelly, A., Centellas, S., Foster, R., Lombardo, P., Stanley, D., Thomas, J., Zabukovic, S. May 2015. “Partnershipping: Orientation, Supervision, Reflection.” Community Engagement Faculty Institute Plenary Session, Notre Dame, IN.

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M (February 2015) The Role of Student Leader Development in Successful Service-Learning Experiences: How deep understandings of mutuality, agency, and impact are accomplished on immersion. Discussed student leadership development that empowers student leaders to lead peers onto rich, mutually beneficial, positive immersion experiences. Appalachian Summit on Service Learning Pedagogy & Practice 2015, Carson Newman University- Jefferson City TN.

Parroquin, R. and S. Williams. (October 26) “Evaluating the Impact of Spanish Community-Based Learning (CBL) Involvement on Student Learning Outcomes and Community Partnerships” IUPUI’s Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

“Romero’s Theology of Transfiguration,” pp. 65-91 in Archbishop Romero and Spiritual Leadership in the Modern World, ed. Robert Pelton. Baltimore: Lexington Books, 2015.

Gura, A.Z. (2015). Science Fairs are a Stepping Stone for Success, International High School Journal of Science.

 

Parroquin, R. and C. Mick. (October 6) “On the Effectiveness of Spanish CBL Classes” Center for Social Concerns Research Seminar, University of Notre Dame.

Gura, A.Z. (2015, April). Broader Impacts Services for Faculty. Poster presented at National Association of Broader Impacts Summit, University of Wisconsin.

Finley, A., Reason, R., & Brandenberger, J. W. (2015, January). High-impact practices and student flourishing: The evidence we have and the evidence we need. Invited presentation at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Beckman, M., Gura, A.Z., & Wood, D. (2015, October). Neighborhood Revitalization in Bowman Creek. In Facilitating & Measuring Transformation. Presented at Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, Omaha, NE.

Parroquin, R. (July 18, 2015). “Art in Motion – Using Technology to Unframe Oswaldo Guayasamín’s Ecuador” AATSP’s Meeting the Needs of a Changing Profession conference, Denver, CO (July 17‐20).

Brandenberger, J. W. (July 2015). A review of Moral Development: Theory and Applications, by E. Vozzola (NY: Routledge). In the Journal of Moral Education.

Smith Shappell, A. (2015, May) Reflection as a Means of Discover. Faculty Community Engagement Institute. Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame.

Centellas, S., M. Moreno, and R. Parroquin. “Spanish CBL and La Casa de Amistad” (May 28); Botero, T., E. Mangione‐Lora, R. Parroquin, and A. Topash‐Ríos. “Art in Motion: Guayasamín’s Ecuador Unframed” (May 27), Community Engagement Faculty Institute, Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame.

Brandenberger, J. W., & Bowman, N. A. (2015). Prosocial growth in college: Results of a national study. Journal of Moral Education

Smith Shappell, A. (2015, March) Reflecting Theologically. Forum for Community Partners and Club Contacts. Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame.

Brandenberger, J. W. (2015, November). Conceptions of poverty and positive justice: College students’ understanding of inequality and responsibility for social change. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Moral Education, in Santos, Brazil.

 

Hebbeler, M. (2015, May). Charcoal in the Classroom: Refashioning the Academic Landscape through Art. Presented at the College Theology Society 61st Annual Convention. University of Portland, Portland, OR. 

Wilson, Ben, "An Unnoticed God," America Magazine 213.19 (2015), online and print.

2014

Beckman, M. (2014). The option for the poor and community-based education. In D. Groody & G. Gutierrez (Eds.), The preferential option for the poor beyond theology: An interdisciplinary reader. Notre Dame, IN: The University Of Notre Dame Press.

Purcell, W. ( 2014, December 6). The impact of Catholic Universities: A research initiative. Presented at the first annual St. Nicholas of Myra Conference on Catholic Social Thought. Providence College, Providence, RI.

Cahill Kelly, A., Centellas, S., Lombardo, P., Stanley, D., & Zabukovic, S. (2014, March). The Community-Based Learning Coordinator Model: Celebrating 20 years of Reciprocal and Mutual Campus-Community Partnerships.  Presented at Indiana Campus Compact 4th Annual Service Engagement, Indianapolis, IN.

Purcell, W. (2014). Solidarity through poverty and politics. In Becoming beholders: Cultivation sacramental imagination and actions in college classrooms. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Purcell, W. (2014, July 27).  Notre Dame today and the Center for Social Concerns. Presented at the Universal Notre Dame Celebration. Notre Dame Club of  Delaware, Wilmington, DE.

Purcell, W. (2014, May 29).  Notre Dame today and the Center for Social Concerns. Presented at the Universal Notre Dame Celebration. Notre Dame Club of Rochester, Rochester, IN.

Smith Shappell, A. (2014, October). Summer Service Collaborative: Shared Learning Goals and Assessment. Lilly Conference: Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning, Traverse City, MI.

Brandenberger, J. W. (2014, January). Summer Service Collaborative National Survey: Findings and Promising Practices. Presented at the national Summer Service Collaborative Bi-Annual Meeting, at Stanford University, CA.

Stoecker, R., & Beckman, M. (2014). Making higher education community engagement matter in the community. In J. Laker, C. Naval, & K. Mrnjaus (Eds.), Citizenship, democracy and higher education in Europe, Canada and the U.S. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith Shappell, A. (2014, January). “SSC Research Results and Next Steps”. Summer Service Collaborative Forum, Stanford University. 

Brandenberger, J. W. (2014, May). Practical Applications of Virtue Education. Presented at Virtue and its Development, a national symposium held at University of Notre Dame, IN.

Smith Shappell, A. (2014, July). "Theological Reflection: Guiding Young People from Service to Faith”. VISION Conference for Campus and Youth Ministers, University of Notre Dame.

Fabian, C., Brandenberger, J., Gray-Girton, A., & McReynolds, A. (2014, September). A multi-institutional study of student outcomes in summer service immersion programs: Preliminary findings from the Summer Service Collaborative. Presentation at the annual conference of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, New Orleans.

Reiff, J., & Brandenberger, J. (2014, September). Organizing your institution to embrace and support civic engagement. Preconference workshop presented at the annual conference of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, New Orleans.

Arizmendi, K., Cahill Kelly, A., Centellas, S., Lombardo, P., Peters, M., Stanley, D., Zabukovic, S. May 2014. “Partnershipping: Orientation, Supervision, Reflection.” Community Engagement Faculty Institute Plenary Session, Notre Dame, IN.

Brandenberger, J. W., Lapsley, D., Bowman, N., Hill, P, & Stey, P. (2014, November). Civic engagement and diversity learning: Impacts on long-term well-being and purpose. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Purcell, W. (2014, October 1). Beyond the Pub: Notre Dame community-based learning in Europe. Presented at the National Society of Experiential Education 43rd Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD.

Pfeil, M. (2014). Pacem in terris and a nonviolent spirituality of white resistance to hyper-incarceration. Journal of Catholic Social Thought, 11(1), 127-149.

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M (February 2014) Catholic Social Teaching: Finding Jesus’ Way in a Time of Uncertainty. Shared the history of CST in the church and 21st century manifestations in relation to millennials and the world we live in today. Ancilla College - Plymouth IN. 

Kollman, P. (2014, May). Can the Native Christian Speak? Presented at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.

Parroquin, R., T. Botero and K. Richman. (May 29, 2014) “Engaging the SB Latino Community Through CBL/CBR” Community Engagement Faculty Institute, Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame.

Purcell, W., and McDowell, R., (2014, September). Beyond the Pub: Community Based Learning in Europe.  Presented at National Society for Experiential Education- 42nd Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD.

Smith Shappell, A.(2014, December) Learning from the Poor Locally and Globally: A Response to Evangelii Gaudium. Church Life. 3(2).​

Mangione‐Lora, E., T. Botero, and R. Parroquin.  (July 11, 2014) “Making connections: Experiential Learning, Reflective Writing, and Course Content.”  AATSP’s Articulation to Success conference, Panama City, Panama (July 8‐11).

McDowell, R. and Taieb, H., (2014, October). Learning Together in Contemporary Cosmopolitan Europe.  Presented at Forum on Education Abroad- 2nd European Conference. Barcelona, Spain.

Kollman, P. (2014). Understanding the world-Christian turn in the history of Christianity and theology. Theology Today, 71 (2), 164-177.

Rivers Parroquín, Rachel, A. Topash‐Ríos, E. Mangione‐Lora, and T.Botero, eds. August 2014.  Art in Motion – Guayasamínʼs Ecuador Unframed: An Interdisciplinary Resource Packet for Teachers. University of Notre Dame.

2013

Parroquin, R. and Joyce Long. (May 30, 2013) “Community Based Research: What, How, and Why?” Community Engagement Faculty Institute, Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame.

Beckman, M., & Long, J. (2013). Beyond tomorrow: Charting a long-term course toward community impact in local public education. In H. E. Fitzgerald & J. Primavera (Eds.), Going public: Civic and community engagement, the scholarship of practice. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Cahill Kelly, A. & Stanley, D. (2013, April). Beyond Placement and Administration: Community Partners as Co-Educators. Presented at Indiana Campus Compact 3rd Annual Service Engagement Summit and 20thAnniversary Celebration, Indianapolis, IN.

Fabian, C. (2013, May). Identifying and using variables in quantitative research. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Research Academy on Service Learning, Indianapolis, IN.

Hebbeler, M. (2013, November). Entitlement to Enlightenment: Working with Volunteers (and their families) in the Age of Entitlement. Presented at the Catholic Volunteer Network 35th Annual Conference, Silver Spring, MD. 

Schlaback, G., & Pfeil, M. (Eds.) (2013). Sharing Peace: Mennonites and Catholics in conversation. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Hebbeler, M. (2013, March). CRS Advocates: University Students Effecting Change in U.S. Policy Toward Africa. Presented at the Africa Faith and Justice Network 30th Anniversary Conference. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN. 

Purcell, W. ( 2013, May 29). Notre Dame today and the Center for Social Concerns. Presented at the Universal Notre Dame Celebration. Notre Dame Club of Buffalo & Western New York, New York, NY.

Purcell, W. (2013, April 26). Notre Dame Today and the Center for Social Concerns. Presenter and organizer at the Indiana Catholic Poverty Summit. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Mick, C. (2013, September 10). Notre Dame in the local community. Presented at the First Year Challenge Event at the University of Notre Dame, Center for Social Concerns, Notre Dame, IN.

Sharing Peace: Mennonites and Catholics in Conversation, co-edited with Gerald Schlabach, based on the Mennonite-Catholic Theological Conference, Notre Dame, 2007. Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2013.

Purcell, W. (2013, March 21-23). Peace yesterday, today & tomorrow: Celebrating 50 years since Pacem in Terris. Presenter and organizer, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Mick, C, (2013, February 12). Designing community-based courses. Presented at the Kaneb Center Workshop for Community Based Teaching at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Mick, C. (2013, January 29). Living as neighbors: Using our resources responsibly. Presented at Theology on Tap at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Beckman, M. (2013, October 3). Social impact in the for impact organization. Discussion panel participant at Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference 2013, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

Brandenberger, J. W. & Bowman, N. A. (2013, October). Prosocial Purpose and Higher Education. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Moral Education, at The Universite du Quebec in Montreal, Canada.

Smith Shappell, A. (2013, November). Response, “From Charity to Faith”. Blessed are the Merciful: Charity as Sacramental Action, Department of Theology and the Institute for Church Life Conference, University of Notre Dame.

Arizmendi, K., Cahill Kelly, A., Centellas, S., Lombardo, P., Peters, M., Stanley, D., Zabukovic, S. May 2013. “Partnershipping: Orientation, Supervision, Reflection.” Community Engagement Faculty Institute Plenary Session, Notre Dame, IN.

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M. (February 2013) Collaboration for Social Impact: Social Entrepreneurship and the Moreau Center for Service and Leadership. Shared the creation and founding of the UP AshokaU Social Entrepreneurship Project, a social entrepreneurial service learning initiative and a model of leveraged funding and holistic investment created to support the project. This model sees collaboration and risk as key assets to nurturing student innovation. Ashoka Exchange 2013, University of San Diego- San Diego CA.

Mikulich, A., Cassidy, L., & Pfeil, M. (2013). The scandal of white complicity in US hyper-incarceration: A nonviolent spirituality of white resistance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kollman, P. (2013). New Angles on African Christianity. In C. Essamuah & D. Ngaruiya (Eds.), Communities of Faith in Africa and the African Diaspora (pp. 70-81). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock.

Taieb, H., Jaffé, I., McDowell, R., Spear, G., & Steingruber, S.,(2013, October). Civic Engagement in Multicultural Europe: American Students and Europeans in Dialogue. Presented at Third Annual Intercultural Horizons Conference. Siena, Italy.

Askildson, L. R., Cahill Kelly, A., & Mick, C. S. (2013). Developing multiple literacies in academic English through service-learning and community engagement. TESOL Journal, 4(3), 402-438.

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Beckman, M., & Caponigro, J. (2013, October). Public affairs meets the academy: STEM and the schools.  In Transforming and sustaining communities through partnerships. Presented at Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, Louisville, KY.

Cahill Kelly, A., & Lombardo, P. (2013, June). What does justice require in relationships between campus and community partners? How do faith traditions inform this question? Presented at the  National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

2012

Kollman, P. (2012). The Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Africa today: Some preliminary observations. Geestkracht: Bulletin voor charismatische theologie, 70, 49-59.

Kollman, P. (2012). Africanizing Christianity: Cross-cultural history and conceptual ways forward. In M. Rozbicki & G. Ndege (Eds.), Cross-cultural history and the domestication of otherness (pp. 119-137). New York, NY: Palgrave-McMillan.

“Reflective Teaching and Learning that become Service to Justice” panel discussion with community partners from La Casa de Amistad.  Ohio State University “To Learn and to Serve: Critical Service‐Learning Initiatives and Community Engagements” October 18‐20, 2012, Columbus, OH. 

Whelan, K., McDowell, R., Murphy, A., and Stranix, J. (December 2012). Integrating Community Based Learning to Promote Student Engagement and Learning in Local Study Abroad Context: A Dublin Case Study.  Presented at Forum on Education Abroad First Annual Conference.  Dublin, Ireland.

Kollman, P. (2012). Analyzing emerging Christianities: Recent insights from the social sciences. Transformations, 29 (4), 412-428.

“Enhance Student Reflection and Production by Integrating Prompts and Rubrics.” co‐presented with Elena Mangione‐Lora at ACTFL, Many Languages, One United Voice Convention, November 16‐18, 2012 at Philadelphia PA.

Kollman, P. (2012). Generations of Catholics in eastern Africa: A practice-centered analysis of religious change, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 51 (3), 412–428.

Graff, D. (2012, January). Food pedagogy. Presented at Food Networks: Gender & Foodways Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Bowman, N. A., & Brandenberger, J. W. (2012, November). The development of prosocial behaviors, attitudes, and self-perceptions in college. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, in Las Vegas, NV.

Hebbeler, M. (2012, November). Continuing Mission (and getting paid for it): Volunteer Transition from Service to Employment. Presented at the Catholic Volunteer Network 34th Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH. 

Bowman, N. , & Brandenberger, J.W. (2012). Experiencing the unexpected: Toward a model of college diversity experiences and attitude change. Review of Higher Education, 35 (2), 179-205

Lies. J. M., Bok, T., Brandenberger, J. W., & Trozzolo, T. A. (2012). The effects of off-campus service-learning on the moral reasoning of college students. Journal of Moral Education, 41(2), 189-199.

Hebbeler, M. (2012, July). A Guide to Student Formation through Vocational Discernment. Presented at the  Association for Student Affairs at Catholic Colleges and Universities 13th Annual Conference. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN. 

Hebbeler, M. (2012, October). Educating the Notre Dame Football Team through Community Partnerships. Presented at the National Society for Experiential Education 38th Annual Conference. Milwaukee, WI. 

Violence, Transformation, and the Sacred: They Shall Be Called Children of God (Annual Volume of the College Theology Society), co-edited with Tobias Winright. Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2012.

Purcell, W. (2012, October 5). Educating the Notre Dame football team through community partnership. Presented at the National Society for Experiential Education 38th Annual Conference. Milwaukee, WI.

Mick, C. (2012, October 4). How do we build a collaborative learning community? Presented at the Ethics Café event at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Mick, C. (2012, September 12). Notre Dame in the local community. Presented at the First Year Challenge Event at the University of Notre Dame, Center for Social Concerns, Notre Dame, IN.

Brandenberger, J.W. (2012). Investigating personal development outcomes in service learning: Theory and research. In P. H. Clayton, R. G. Bringle, & J. A. Hatcher (Eds.), Research on service learning: Conceptual frameworks and assessments (Vol. 2A). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Mick, C. (2012, April 25). Poverty in pints. Presented that the Young Professionals Against Poverty event at the Center for the Homeless, South Bend IN.

Beckman, M. (2012, October 19). Toward Impact in Communities. Presented at Science Shop Conference at Loyola University, Center for Urban Research and Learning. Chicago, Illinois.

Brandenberger, J. W. (2012, November). Engagement for what? Moral and ethical outcomes of community engagement in higher education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, TX.

Brandenberger, J. W., & Bowman, N. A. (2012). From faith to compassion? Reciprocal influences of spirituality, religious commitment, and prosocial development in college. In M. Mayhew and A. Bryant, Spirituality Enacted in Higher Education, Routledge. 

Smith Shappell, A. (2012, February). Faith informing social venturing internships. Presented at the Dalton Institute on College Student Values, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Beckman, M. & Frabutt, J. (2012, October 3). University-Wide Strategic Planning to Enhance Community Engagement: People, Process, and Tensions. Presented at the 13th Annual Outreach Scholarship Conference at the University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Brandenberger, J. W. (2012, October). Assessment/Research potentials in summer service learning. Presented at the national Summer Service Collaborative Bi-Annual Meeting, at the University of Delaware in Newark, DE.

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M.  (August 2012) Feminist Liberation Theology in the 21st Century and a Way Forward. Shared the foundations and formation of FLT out of late 20th century religious pluralism and its legitimacy as a viable lens in which to see both faith and life moving forward into the future. Wild Goose NW Conference, Corvallis Oregon.

Wolfson, M. (2012, May/June). The Ideological Attack on Job Creation. Dollars and Sense, 300, 19-22.

Mick, C. (2012, October). Negotiating effective and sustainable university community partnership. Presented at the Imagining American: Artists and Scholarship in Public Life. New York, NY.

Marley Bonnichsen, M.M (April 2012) Community Organizing for Sustainable Practices. Shared the foundations of community organizing and how they can be applied to both social and environmental justice work and practice. Emphasis on bringing together stakeholders for sustainable practice. George Fox/ University of Portland - Portland Oregon.

Hebbeler, M. (2012). Communion, Conversion, Solidarity. Church Life: A Journal for the New Evangelization, 1,  6-8.

Pfeil, M., & Wright, T. (Eds.). (2012). Violence, transformation, and the sacred: They shall be called children of God. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis.

Pfeil, M. (2012). Becoming Synergoi: Food, justice, and economic cooperation. In M. J. Allman (Ed.), The almighty and the dollar: Christian reflections of economic justice. Winona, MN: Anselm Academic.

Pfeil, M. (2012). Love and poverty: Dorothy Day's twofold Diakonia, Journal of Moral Theology, 1(2), 61-71.

2011

Pfeil, M. (2011). Oscar Romero’s theology of transfiguration. Theological Studies, 72, 87-115.

Beckman, M., Penney, N., & Cockburn, B. (2011). Maximize the impact of community-based research. Journal for Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 15(2), 83-104.

“Community Based Learning in the Context of L2 Learning and Another Culture,” Facilitated Roundtable discussion at Indiana Campus Compact, Networking Council—Northern Regional Meeting, September 30. University of Notre Dame.

Bowman, N., Brandenberger, J. W., Hill, P., & Lapsley, D. (2011). The long-term effects of college diversity experiences: Well-being and social concerns 13 years after graduation. Journal of College Student Development, 52 (6), 729-739.

McDowell, R., (2011) "Building relationships through theatre, Community-based learning en français!" ND Global / The European Edition.

Hebbeler, M. (2011, November). Best Practices in Campus Recruitment. Presented at the Catholic Volunteer Network 33rd Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. 

Purcell, W. (2011, November). Hope in action for building justice in the world. Presented at the Huether Lasallian Conference, Washington, DC.

Purcell, W. (2011, October). Healthcare is a Human Right: The Catholic Church's Teaching on Health Equity. Diseases of Poverty: A Major Problem: A Problem for Every Major. Presented at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Cahill Kelly, A., & Stanley, D. June 2011. “Beyond Placement and Administration: Community Partners as Co-Educators". National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Graff, D. (2011). Lovejoy’s legacies: Race, religion, and freedom in St. Louis (and American) Memory. Retrieved from http://www.historyhappenshere.org/archives/5584

Wilson, B., & Smith-Shappell, A. (2011, March 26). Engaging undergraduate students in theological reflections and catholic social thought. Presented at Dear Brothers and Sisters: Celebrating 120 Years Since Rerum Novarum Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Beckman, M., Penney, N., & Pfeil, M. (2011, November). Getting to outcomes: The dance between communities and Universities. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, Chicago, IL.

Brandenberger, J. W., Frabutt, J., & Greene, S. (2011, October). Pervasive and deep: University structures and paradigms to enhance engagement. Presented at the 12th Annual National Outreach Scholarship Conference, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Askildson, L., Mick, C., Cahill Kelly, A., Stanley, D. (2011, November). Developing multiple literacies in academic English through service-learning and community engagement. Presented at the annual conference of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, Chicago, IL.

Mick C. (2011, November). Developing multiple literacies in academic English through service-learning and community engagement. Presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the International Association for Research on Service-learning and Community Engagement, Chicago, IL.

Beckman, M. & Penney, N. (2011, October). Creating a framework for maximizing the impact of community based projectsPresented at the National Outreach Scholarship Conference in East Lansing, MI.

Brandenberger, J. W. & Bowman, N. A. (2011, March). From Principle to Action? Developing Research Tools to Assess Catholic Social Teaching Efforts in Higher Education. Presented at Dear Brothers and Sisters Conference (on Catholic Social Teaching), University of Notre Dame, IN.

Hill, P., Jackson, J., Roberts, B., Lapsley, D., & Brandenberger, J. (2011). Change you can believe in: Changes in goal-setting during merging and young adulthood predict later adult well-being. Social Psychology and Personality Science.

Mick, C. (2011, March). Writing for the real world of student work. Presented at the College of Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Beckman, M., Penney, N., & Pfeil, M. (2011, September). Community impact 101. Presented at the Indiana Campus Compact Regional Conference in Notre Dame, IN.

Brandenberger, J. W., Bowman, N. A., Lapsley, D. K., & Hill, P. L. (2011, February). College and moral purpose: Longitudinal impacts on well-being and engagement in young adulthood. Presented at the Institute on College Student Values, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Beckman, M. & Stoecker, R. (2011, May 11). A Community Development Model for Higher Education Community Engagement. Presented at the CuExpo 2011 Community-University Partnerships: Bringing Global Perspectives to Local Action. Waterloo, Canada.

Beckman, M. (2011, April 1). Framework for Evaluating the Impact in Communities of Community-based Research and Related University Community Efforts. Presented at the Indiana Campus Compact Summit. Indianapolis, IN.

Brandenberger, J. W. & Bowman, N. A. (2011, February). Prosocial development in college: Results of a national study. Presented at the Institute on College Student Values, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

2010

Mick, C. (2010, October). Sustained immersion courses and student orientations to equality, justice, and social responsibility: The role of short-term community-based learning. Resented at the International Association for Research on Service Learning  and Community Engagement, Indianapolis, IN.

Mick, C. (2010, September). Strengthening campus/community partnerships – understanding the impact, increasing the reciprocity, and building the momentum. Presented at Indiana Campus Compact, Regional Networking Council, Kokomo, IN.

Smith Shappell, A., Tomas Morgan, R., Bowman, N. A., & Brandenberger, J. W. (2010, October). Social Justice Outcomes In Service-Learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, Indianapolis, IN.

Mick, C. (2010, June). The role of short-term community-based learning immersions. Presented the Faith-Based Learning Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA.

Beckman, M. (2010). From connection to disconnection: Crossing over into the worlds of homelessness.  In D. Byrd, E. Nixon-Cobb, M. Beckman, L. McMahon, B. Seetch & A. Smith (Eds.)Teaching the isms: Feminist pedagogy across the disciplines. Towson, MD: Institute for Teaching and Research on Women, Towson University.

Purcell, W. (2010). Catholic Social Teaching and Catholic Relief Services Guiding Principles. Course for Catholic Relief Services.

Mick, C.(2010, March). Conducting Oral Histories to Serve Community Partners and to Teach Writing. Presented at the College Composition and Communication Conference, Louisville, KY.

“Theology’s Prophetic Commitment to the Urban Church,” Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America Annual Meeting, 2010, Vol. 65, ed. Jonathan Y. Tan. Cincinnati: CTSA, 2010.

Smith Shappell, A. (2010). Reflection as a means of discovery: Where is God in the experience? In C. Toms Smedley & R. J. Morgan (Eds.) Transformations at the Edge of the World (pp. 59-72). Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University

Bowman, N. A., Brandenberger, J. W., Hill, P. L., & Lapsley, D. K. (2010, May). How long do the effects of college diversity experiences last? Social concerns and well-being 13 years after graduation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

McDowell, R. (2010) "Eat, Pray, Love" Saint André Style. ND Global / The European Edition.

Smith Shappell, A., & Barbato, S. (2010). Post-Immersion reflective practices. Journal of College and Character, 11(3).

Marley, M. M. Unavoidable Presence: Contributions of feminist liberation theology as praxis in South Africa: 1985-1997. MA thesis. George Fox University, 2010.

Bowman, N. , & Brandenberger, J.W. (2010). Quantitative assessment of service-learning outcomes: Is self-reported change an adequate proxy for longitudinal change? In J. Keshen, B. Holland, & B. Moely (Eds.) Advances in Service-Learning: Research for What? (Advances in Service-Learning Research Series, Vol. 10). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Bowman, N., Brandenberger, J.W., Hill, P., Lapsley, D., & Quaranto, J. (2010). Serving in college, flourishing in adulthood: Does community engagement during the college years predict adult well-being? Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being2, 14-34.

Stoecker, R., & Beckman, M. (2010). Making Higher Education Civic Engagement Matter in the Community.

Bowman, N., Brandenberger, J.W., Mick, C., & Toms Smedley, C. (2010). Sustained immersion experiences and student orientations toward equality, justice, and social responsibility: The role of short-term service-learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 17(1), 20-31.

Stoecker, R., Beckman, M., & Min, B. (2010).  Evaluating the community impact of higher education community engagement.  In H.E. Fitzgerald, C. Burack & S. Seifer (Eds.) Handbook of engaged scholarship: The contemporary landscape. Volume Two: Community-Campus partnerships. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Toms Smedley, C., & Morgan, R. (Eds.). (2010). Transformations at the edge of the world. Abilene, Texas: Abilene Christian University Press.

“The Penitentials as Literature,” pp. 128-131 in The Encyclopedia of Christian Literature, Vol. 1, ed. George Kurian and James D. Smith.  Peabody, Lanham, Maryland: The Scarecrow Press, 2010.

Beckman, M., Cahill Kelly, A. & Heckner, B.J. October 2010. “Community Perceptions of Student Impact and Service Learning”. International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. Indianapolis, IN.

Hill, P., Burrow, A., Brandenberger, J.W., Lapsley, D., & Quaranto, J. (2010). Collegiate purpose orientations and well-being in adulthood. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.appdev.2009.12.001

Mick, C. (2010). Service, justice, action. Presented at the Center for Social Concerns Seminar for African American Scholars, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Mick, C. (2010). Introduction to poverty. Presented at the Jewish Community Center, Penn High School Club,  Mishawaka, IN.

Beckman, M. & Pigza, J. (2010, January). Community-Based Research (CBR): A Vital Curriculum for Faculty, Students, and Communities. Presented at the annual meeting of Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC.

2009

Beckman, M., & Stoecker, R. (2009, April). Enhancing Community Impact. Presented at Learn and Serve America: Higher Education; National Community-Based Research Networking Initiative, Princeton, NJ.

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

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

Beckman, M., Hensel, N., Lucero, C., & Randall, N.(2009, October). Defining Undergraduate Research: Carnegie Academy SOTL Institutional Leadership Program. Presented at the sixth annual Conference of The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Smith Shappel, A., Harrison, C., & Serra, S. (2009, June). From Service to Social Justice. Presented at the National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Mick, C. (2009, May). Here comes the neighborhood: Research on and for community-based learning. Presented at the Hesburgh Libraries Institute, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Marley, M. M. 2009. “The Boldest Meal: A Reflection on the Eucharist Theology of Denise Ackermann”, in Ragbag Theologies: Essays in Honor of Denise Ackermann, Feminist Theologian of Praxis, edited by Miranda Pillay, Sarojina Nadar, Clint Le Bruyuns, -Festschripht. Sun Press: Capetown, South Africa.

Mick, C. (2009, April). Sustainable service: Developing programs and positions for enduring community engagement in foreign languages. Presented at The Language of Service and Community Symposium at Rollins College, Winter Park, IL.

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

Mick, C. (2009). Appalachian service and Catholic Social Tradition. Presented at St. Pious X Catholic Church, Granger, IN.

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

Smith Shappel, A., & Barbato, S. (2009, June). Post-Immersion Reflective Practices. Presented at the National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

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

Hebbeler, M. (2009, May). A Story-Formed Life: Dorothy Day’s Encounter with The Brothers Karamazov. Presented at the College Theology Society 55th Annual Convention. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN. 

Purcell, W. (2009, June). Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into Service Learning. Presented at the National Faith, Justice and Civic Learning Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

“Wise as Serpents, Innocent as Doves: Strategic Appropriation of Catholic Social Teaching,” pp. 64-71 in Prophetic Witness: Catholic Women’s Strategies for the Church, ed. Colleen Griffith, a volume in the Century 21 Series, ed. James Keenan and Patricia De Leeuw. New York: Crossroad, 2009.

Lies, W. (2009, February). Business Leadership and Catholic Social Thought. Presented at the Business Operations Leadership Institution, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

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

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

2008

“An Analysis of the Aparecida Document in Terms of Structural Sin,” pp.123-136 in Aparecida, Quo Vadis?, ed. Robert Pelton, C.S.C. Scranton: University of Scranton Press, 2008.

“Power and the Option for the Poor,” pp. 215-227 in Hope and Solidarity: Jon Sobrino’s Challenge to Christian Theology, ed. Stephen Pope. Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2008.

2007

“Called and Gifted: Charism and Catholic Social Teaching,” Horizons 34:2 (Fall 2007), 222-237.

“Liturgy and Ethics: The Liturgical Asceticism of Energy Conservation,” Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 27:2 (Fall/Winter 2007), 127-149.

“True Peace: The Power of Solidarity,” New Theology Review (February 2007), 61-70.

“Whose Justice? Which Relationality?” pp. 111-129 in Just Policing, Not War: An Alternative Response to World Violence, ed. Gerald W. Schlabach. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2007.

2006

“Social Sin: Social Reconciliation?,”  pp. 171-189 in Reconciliation, Nations and Churches in Latin America, ed. Iain Maclean. London: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2006.

(in press)

Mick, C., (in press). Good writing: A reader and rhetoric for change. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Mick, C., (in press). Poverty/privilege: A reader for writers. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Mick, C., & Middlebrook, G. (in press). Synchronous and asynchronous modalities. In B. Hewett & K. Depew-Romberger (Eds.), Foundational practices in online writing instructions. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press.

Wilson, B. Reconciliation and the people of God. Assembly: A Journal of Liturgical Theology, (37:6).

Parroquin, R. (in press). Community-based spanish: A power case study. In M. Beckman & J. Long (Eds.), The teaching and practice of community-based research for community impact. Sterling,VA: Stylus.

Beckman, M., & Joyce, L. (Eds.), (in press). The teaching and practice of community-based research for community impact. Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Beckman, M., & Wood, D. (in press). The role of community-based research in achieving community impact.  In M. Beckman & J. Long (Eds.), The teaching and practice of community-based research for community impact. Sterling, VA: Stylus.