Concurrent Sessions 3
1:30 - 3 Friday Concurrent Session 3
1. Dominican Pedagogy*
a. Dominican Teaching and Tradition in Liberal Arts Core Seminars, Panelists: Andrew-David Bjork, Ph.D., Julieanna Frost, Ph.D., Mark Schersten, Ph.D., Siena Heights University
b. Engaging and Inspiring Alumni Through the Four Pillars of Dominican Tradition, Marion Flomenhaft, Ph.D., Molloy College
2. Education and Responsibility for the World Within Diverse Disciplines*, Robert Murray, Ph.D., St. Thomas Aquinas College, Chair
a. Teaching Design as an Ethical and Sustainable Practice, Nina Bellisio, M.F.A.
b. Compassion, Creativity, and Social Justice: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching about Prisons, Ellen Chayet, Ph.D. and Barbara Yontz, M.F.A.
c. Native American Activism and the Pine Ridge Reservation, Heath Bowen, Ph.D. and Ryan Burbridge, student
3. Building Community Through Innovative Partnerships, Sister Linda Bevilacqua, O.P., Ph.D., Roxanne Davies, Ph.D, Jack Dezek, Ph.D., and Carols Viera, M.Ed., Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) Handouts and PP for Session: CLP PDF ; Community Learning Partners ; PP
4. Vulnerable Populations*
a. It's About Inclusion: The Cutting Edge Program, Dr. Dedra Hafner and Lili O'Connell, Edgewood College
b. Rediscovering and Maintaining Hope in Children of Poverty, Kevin Sheehan, Ed.D., Molloy College
* Note: where presenters are grouped together, each presenter will have approximately 30 minutes for their topic.