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2005 Institute Proceedings

Dalton Institute on College Student Values logoThe editors of the Journal of College and Character are pleased to include in this proceedings volume articles based on eleven presentations at the 2005 Institute on College Student Values, Leadership with Spirit: How Colleges Prepare Students to Lead with Moral Purpose and Commitment. Below, you will find the selected papers and presentations from the conference.

 

2005 Institute on College Student Values Bibliography


A Survey of Ethics Courses in State College and University Curricula

Angela Hernquist, University of Nevada Las Vegas


Connecting the Mind, Heart and Hands through Intentional Community at Calvin College

Jeff Bouman, Calvin College 


Fusions – Integrating Values In Higher Education

Jane Govoni, Ph.D., Saint Leo University 


Mindfulness and Moral Purpose – Exploring Connections

Frank Fear, Michigan State University 


Organizing a State-Level Conference on College Student Character

Blake Fry, University of Central Oklahoma


Preparing Students for Leadership in a Pluralistic World

Diana Denton & Peter Laurence


Spirituality and Leadership

Susan R. Komives, University of Maryland, College Park


The Hypothesis

PowerPoint presentation


The Multi-Faith Imperative – A new facility meeting the needs of 21st century students

Andrea L. Dowhower, Ph. D., Penn State University  


Trustworthy Leadership

Diana Chapman Walsh, Wellesley College 


Turning Off the Cell Phones and Living in the Present

Susie Jans-Thomas, Mount Mary College


 

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