Event Title

Lunch and Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Galligan-Stierle

Presenter Information

Michael Galligan-Stierle

Location

Kennedy Union Ballroom

Start Date

17-7-2019 11:45 AM

End Date

17-7-2019 1:30 PM

Description

Journeying Together: Assisting Students in the Development of "Career Craft" and "Soul Craft"

Within a Catholic college or university, faculty are tasked to prepare students for their professional careers. Student affairs professionals are often assigned the task of equipping students to become leaders for the common good. In truth, the division of labor is never that precise. In fact, student learning and leadership development are best when the wisdom people of the university collaborate on the task of developing students "career craft' and "soul craft." Yet faculty and student affairs professionals know all too well that these are challenging times to be educators, and collaboration across the aisle is harder than ever.

Come gain insights into today’s students, church aspirations for Catholic universities, and keeping one’s sanity and integrity in the midst of it all.

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Dr. Michael Galligan-Stierle is the retired president of the Association of Catholic Colleges & Universities.

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Jul 17th, 11:45 AM Jul 17th, 1:30 PM

Lunch and Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Galligan-Stierle

Kennedy Union Ballroom

Journeying Together: Assisting Students in the Development of "Career Craft" and "Soul Craft"

Within a Catholic college or university, faculty are tasked to prepare students for their professional careers. Student affairs professionals are often assigned the task of equipping students to become leaders for the common good. In truth, the division of labor is never that precise. In fact, student learning and leadership development are best when the wisdom people of the university collaborate on the task of developing students "career craft' and "soul craft." Yet faculty and student affairs professionals know all too well that these are challenging times to be educators, and collaboration across the aisle is harder than ever.

Come gain insights into today’s students, church aspirations for Catholic universities, and keeping one’s sanity and integrity in the midst of it all.