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Five Things you Should Know about Jesuit Worldwide Learning: Higher Education at the Margins, Martha Habash

Submissions from 2020

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Learning with Students at the Margins: Creighton University’s Pilot Program with Jesuit Worldwide Learning 2017-2018, Martha Habash

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Reflection on the Implication of the Jesuit Apostolic Preferences on Study Abroad and International Immersions, Rene Padilla

Submissions from 2019

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The BlueBox Practicum: Integrating Technology, Culture, and Academic Service-Learning, Charles Braymen and Dustin Ormond

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Bridging the Cultural and Linguistic Divide Through Virtual Exchange, Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco, Carolina Marturet de Paris, Oscar Kennedy Mora, Xóchitl León Oyarzabal, Edison Rene Santacruz Bastidas, María Mena-Böhlke, and Olaf Böhlke

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One Country, Two Systems, Three Faces: Creighton’s Travel Course to Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Macau, Andy Gustafson, Keith Olson, and John Wingender

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Service-Learning Research for Development: An Option for the Poor in Practice through Social Analysis and Community Engagement, Thomas M. Kelly and Kate L. Nolt

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Translating Ignatian Principles into Artful Pedagogies of Hope, Susan Mossman Riva

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Developing an Ignatian Pedagogy for Occupational Therapy Education in China: The Lived Experience of the First Two Entry Level OTD, Jesuit Trained Clinicians, Angela Patterson and Alfred G. Bracciano

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Convening the World: True Access and Global, Synchronous Pedagogy in Regis University’s Master of Development Practice, Emily Van Houweling and Nina Miller