Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
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We need to understand how media influences our lives and how to ethically create and utilize media in our private and professional lives.
Having the opportunity to stay in contact with students, once they have moved on, has been a very rewarding experience to me as professor.
Our students are curious but respectful, hard-working, typically come from modest backgrounds, and they are beautiful.
Aristotle opened my mind to a completely different way of thinking. All I wanted to do was learn more—to understand more deeply.
College should be a profoundly liberating experience, intellectually, socially, and culturally.
The next four years will go fast, enjoy them. Never make the same mistake twice.
I love it when students raise challenging questions in class and present new ideas.
I think as our scholarship matures, most academics find our own niche.