Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
Alice KaylorDean of StudiesPhone: 724-805-2049
The Benedictine Pedagogy Conference is held annually on a different Benedictine college or university campus, which serves as host for two years. Over the past seven years, the Conference has established a reputation of providing a venue in which faculty, staff and administrators can share ideas and practices through which they have successfully integrated the Ten Hallmarks developed by the Association of Benedictine Colleges and Universities (ABCU) in the classroom, student life and collegiate environment. The conference will address a range of critically important themes that impact the changes within our campuses that relate to the maintenance and well-being of the unique Benedictine charism of our founders today. Presenters are among the faculty, staff and administrators of our institutions.
The Nature of Benedictine Colleges and Universities: Do We Create a Unique Learning Experience?
Consider “environment” broadly to include the classroom, library, campus, community, dining hall, residence halls, liturgical spaces, athletic facilities and the activities and relationships that we cultivate therein.