Mission and Vision:
Ignatian Humanism and the Case for Diversity
Monday, September 18, 2017 | 5 p.m.
12th-Floor Lounge | Lowenstein Center | Lincoln Center Campus
Fordham University | New York City
This event is sponsored by the Fordham Center on Religion and Culture.
Among Jesuit colleges and universities, commitment to mission and identity is measured by how institutional values translate into everyday policies and programs.
Do the core values exemplified by Ignatian humanism insist on honoring and advancing diversity? Or are there sources of tension between diversity and mission? How can Jesuit higher education begin to understand cultivating diversity as an aspect of its mission and identity?
Dean of Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts at Loyola Marymount University
Bryan Massingale, S.T.D.
Professor of Theology at Fordham University
George Drance, S.J.
Artist in Residence, Fordham Theatre Program
Artistic Director, Magis Theatre Company
Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Seattle University
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