Grounded in the Catholic and Ignatian tradition, Campus Ministry serves
persons of all faiths by animating a commnity of faith through vibrant
worship, retreats and small faith communities; promoting a faith that
does justice through education, advocacy, service and reflection; fostering
the development of whole persons who are servant leaders in their local,
global and faith communities. - John Scarano, Director - email@example.com
The Arrupe Scholars Program recognizes John Carroll students for their significant commitment to two interrelated values of John Carroll’s mission: intellectual inquiry that demands critical thinking and engaging in social justice and community service that leads to social action
in Applied Ethics
The Program in Applied Ethics supports teaching, research, and community
service in applied ethics. The program enhances ethical decision-making
by increasing awareness of the ethical issues that confront individuals
and society today and by providing intellectual resources for understanding
and resolving these issues. - Paul Lauritzen, Ph.D., Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
Poverty and Solidarity - Educating For Social Responsibility
The Poverty and Solidarity program's goals are to enhance student learning about poverty and to foster recognition among students that they have a social responsibility to work toward the alleviation of poverty. Program Director: Jim Lissemore, Associate Professor, Biology Dept. email@example.com - 216-397-4196
for Community Service
The Center for Community Service is committed to providing high quality
community service opportunities for John Carroll students, faculty,
alumni and staff.
Director: Dr. Peggy Finucane, firstname.lastname@example.org.
for Career Services
The Center for Career Services offers comprehensive career development
services developed and implemented in alignment with the Jesuit tenets
of education culminating in individual career and life satisfaction
for students and alumni.
0f Catholic Studies
The Institute of Catholic Studies sponsors courses that highlight, within
the history of ideas, the contribution of Catholic intellectuals and
scholars across various disciplines, from philosophy to science.
Paul V. Murphy PhD (email@example.com), Director.
Program in Italian American Studies
The Bishop Pilla Program in Italian American Studies works to recognize
and salute the contributions of Italians and Italian Americans to the
history and culture of the United States.
Dr. Santa Casciani, Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Education at John Carroll offers a wide range of opportunities.
Students begin with the University Core Curriculum. From
there they can build upon this solid foundation with an interdisciplinary
minor; Meet other internationally-minded students; Study abroad;
or Jump-start a career. Andreas Sobisch (email@example.com) , Director
The Center for Teaching
A commitment to research and scholarship that fits the more traditionally
accepted model is vital to our faculty and institution.
Innovation Center (FTIC)
The Faculty Technology Innovation Center is dedicated to advancing the
use of technology to enhance teaching, learning, and research at John
The Master of Arts in Humanities is an interdisciplinary program designed
for qualified holders of the bachelor's degree who seek to deepen their
understanding of cultural and ethics topics and who regard the liberal
arts as subjects of lifelong study. The program is open to both traditional
and nontraditional students. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cardinal Suenens Center
for Theology and Church Life
The Cardinal Suenens Program exists to serve the vision of the Second
Vatican Council especially as its themes intersect with the legacy of
Cardinal Suenens. Those themes include but are not limited to the Church
and co-responsibility of the people of God, ecumenism, the gifts of
the laity, and spirituality. - Professor Doris Donnelly, Ph.D., Director
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To keep the fire of Ignatius' love for God and the world burning in
our hearts today, the Ignatian Spirituality Institute (ISI) offers an
educational program for the training of spiritual directors in the tradition
of the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola. email@example.com
and Mary Tuohy Chair for Interreligious Studies
The Walter & Mary Tuohy Chair, established at John Carroll University
in 1966, was one of the first ecumenical chairs to be established at
an American university. It is named for the late Walter J. Tuohy, who
was chief executive officer of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, and
his wife, Mary. Joseph Kelly, Chairperson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Mathematics
& Science Education, Teaching & Technology
The Center exists to advance the quality of K-12 mathematics and science
education in northeastern Ohio by using technology and collaborating
with educational communities, professional organizations, institutions
of higher education and school districts - both public and private -
and others who share our goal. Linda Gojak, Director email@example.com
M. Muldoon Center for Entrepreneurship
An educational, networking, and consulting resource for entrepreneurs
and owners of privately held businesses, particularly members of the
University’s Entrepreneur Association (see below).
The mission of JCUEA is to nurture entrepreneurship and contribute to
our members’ business success by promoting creative problem solving
among peers, and through interaction with The Muldoon Center for Entrepreneurship,
in a collegial atmosphere, and in a manner consistent with the value
system of John Carroll University.
Darlene Morales, Assistant to the Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
for Educational Renewal (IER)
The Institute for Educational Renewal (IER) is a literacy and school
change initiative. IER's mission is to improve the quality of
school life for children in Cleveland and to foster the development
of child-centered communities of learners.
Deborah G. Zawislan, Ph.D., Director - email@example.com
EconomicsAmerica, Cleveland Center is dedicated to improving an understanding
of economic principles and the global economy. Working through school
systems, the Cleveland Center strives to teach students in grades K-12
to apply economic principles in making reasoned choices as future workers,
entrepreneurs, voters and consumers.
Paula Aveni,Executive Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Catholic Theological
Society of America
Our purpose, within the context of the Roman Catholic tradition, is
to promote studies and research in theology, to relate theological science
to current problems, and to foster a more effective theological education,
by providing a forum for an exchange of views among theologians and
with scholars in other disciplines.
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