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Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal (JHE) is a scholarly, peer reviewed, open access, online journal focused on the development, advancement, and critique of higher education in the Jesuit tradition. We welcome submissions on the scholarship and practice of Ignatian pedagogy in any academic disciplinary or interdisciplinary context as well as how the Jesuit mission is infused in all aspects of higher education, including student life, experiential learning, and other cocurricular activities.


“For everyone ought to reflect that in all spiritual matters, the more one divests oneself of self-love, self-will, and self-interests, the more progress one will make.”

Current Issue: Volume 7, Number 2 (2018)

Editorial

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Editorial
Janet Lee and Linda S. Lange

Reflection

Scholarship

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Contingent faculty
The Poor and Marginalized Among Us: Contingent Faculty in Jesuit Universities
Richard D. Clark, Carrie Buchanan, and Christina Rawls

Praxis

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Magis in Jesuit Higher Education
Teaching Magis at College: Meaning, Mission, and Moral Responsibility
Marcus Mescher

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Student Success
Removing Barriers for Contemporary Student Success
Amy Beth Rell and Elisa Robyn

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Athletics and Mission Programming
Sport at the Service of Human Development: Distinctly Jesuit Athletics
Matthew L. Davidson Ph.D. and Robert W. Davis Jr., Ed.D.

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Compassion
Compassion: A Way to Live in Community
Michael Lee Spangle and Richard Marsceau

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Counselor Education
Jesuit-Infused Online Training to Work with Military Couples & Families:
Joshua Kreimeyer and Jody Huntington

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