STM Faculty, Dr. Leticia Guardiola-Sáenz, was awarded the 2019-20 Colloquy on Race Critical Consciousness $5,000 grant. Dr. Guardiola-Sáenz’s grant entitled, “Sharing Experiences: exploring the use of the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm for the development and advancement of critical race consciousness in the classroom” has been approved for funding. The Wabash Center is a program funded by the Lilly Endowment Inc.
Gratia vobis et pax, The Jesuit mission and charism is being fully realized in the Invenio Cohort of the Doctor of Ministry Program. Invenio means to discover and this cohort show an energy and breadth of experience from which we know they will discover new ways to impact the world. This group of brilliant scholars representing multiple minoritized populations is taking seriously the scholarly and practical work of engaging society in gospel values. Representing the African American community, Women in ministry, the LGBTQQIA+, Differently Able, and more; this cohort is the first fully minoritized DMin cohort. Under the tutelage of [...]
Many of you may remember Carolyn from her time as a student in the Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling, and her work as a graduate worker who managed our continuing education newsletter. Carolyn is returning to STM after six years of exceptional service at Recovery Café. If you are not familiar with Recovery Cafe, it is a Seattle non-profit that offers a supportive, therapeutic community and school for women and men recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other mental health challenges. Carolyn's graduate work in the Pastoral Counseling program began after a 35-year hiatus from higher education. During those three [...]