Title of Presentation

Engaging with Vocation on Campus: Faculty/Staff Development Across a Diverse Curriculum and Co-Curriculum

Start Date

6-1-2022 10:00 AM

Abstract/Description

Promoting student vocational discernment is an institutional responsibility best achieved when faculty and staff across the curriculum and co-curriculum pursue a common set of goals in ways that are most appropriate for the students they teach and lead. We gained this critical insight while co-editing Engaging with Vocation on Campus, a recently published collection of essays detailing our colleagues’ efforts to address vocation in the courses and programs they teach and deliver.

In this session, we will share the lessons we learned editing the book then lead participants through reflective exercises and brief conversations designed to help them articulate their institution’s vocational ethos, share methods of vocation-related faculty and staff development that have worked for them in the past, and identify steps to further support vocational discernment in diverse settings across their institution.

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Jan 6th, 10:00 AM

Engaging with Vocation on Campus: Faculty/Staff Development Across a Diverse Curriculum and Co-Curriculum

Promoting student vocational discernment is an institutional responsibility best achieved when faculty and staff across the curriculum and co-curriculum pursue a common set of goals in ways that are most appropriate for the students they teach and lead. We gained this critical insight while co-editing Engaging with Vocation on Campus, a recently published collection of essays detailing our colleagues’ efforts to address vocation in the courses and programs they teach and deliver.

In this session, we will share the lessons we learned editing the book then lead participants through reflective exercises and brief conversations designed to help them articulate their institution’s vocational ethos, share methods of vocation-related faculty and staff development that have worked for them in the past, and identify steps to further support vocational discernment in diverse settings across their institution.