This presentation describes a project to train the next generation of Ignatian scholars (at the doctoral and licentiate levels) who can provide a theological foundation for the practice of Ignatian/Jesuit spirituality.
XLRI was founded in 1949 by Fr. Quinn Enright, S.J. in the Steel City of Jamshedpur. Fr. Enright visualized XLRI to be a partner in the liberation and development journey of the independent India with a vision of "renewing the face of the earth". Fr. Bill Tome joined hands with him to bring that vision to fruition. Both, together with the other Jesuit companions, worked tirelessly towards translating the Vision "Renewing the face of the earth" into action.
The Journal of Management for Global Sustainability is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the publication of original research in the field of management and global sustainability. Global sustainability is the broad set of interconnected issues that encompass, but are not limited to, achieving environmental preservation, social entrepreneurship, poverty eradication, social justice, desirable production and consumption patterns, species preservation, and spiritually rich lives at this time in our species’ history on this planet. The journal publishes articles on how productive enterprises contribute to realizing and achieving global sustainability to create socially just and spiritually-whole ways for all species to thrive forever.
The journal welcomes submissions from all disciplines for manuscripts that contribute to our academic understanding of the role of management in achieving global sustainability. These articles shall be subject to a double-blind review process overseen by an international editorial board. Submissions of theoretical work, empirical studies, book reviews, pedagogical tools and practitioner manuscripts are all encouraged.
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- International Association of Jesuit Business Schools
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The presentation from Jesuits Melbourne 2015 of the Miller Center of Santa Clara University and a white paper that shares the GSBI methodology.
This document invites the reader to reflect upon the rich background and understanding of justice and its role in the Jesuit university, especially as it has become the pivotal value and aim of Jesuit institutions since first articulated in 1975 at General Congregation XXXII.
Presentation on the Reflection and Practices in Faculty Development for Mission from Melbourne 2015
In 1998, Saint John's Abbey and University commissioned renowned calligrapher Donald Jackson to produce a hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible. This website invites you to explore this work of art that unites an ancient Benedictine tradition with the technology and vision of today, illuminating the Word of God for a new millennium.
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Presentation on Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla - Ponencia Gonzalo Inguanzo (español)