Posted by ICTC on Friday, September 6, 2019 at 10:10 AM PDT
The ICTC welcomes Dr. Jeanette Rodriguez as the Interim Director and Malcolm and Mari Stamper Endowed Chair in Catholic Intellectual and Cultural Traditions. Working alongside Dr. Rodriguez is Jessica Palmer, Assistant Director, and Amber Larkin, Program Coordinator. Please stop by the ICTC Office in Lemieux Library 659 to say hi and learn more about the ICTC programs for the year!
The Guadalupe Faith/Hospitality Experience in Mexico
Faculty/Staff Seminar with Immersion Experience
Dec. 6-15, 2019
Applications are now being accepted. All SU faculty and staff are invited to apply. The deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 10. Limited spaces available! Please contact Dr. Jeanette Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application.
The growing problems of immigration, displacement and poverty in our country and throughout the world accentuate the relevance and importance of the Faith/Hospitality experience offered by the Mexican Benedictine Sisters at the Guadalupe Center in Cuernavaca. This immersion experience/seminar addresses the dire need to build bridges of understanding between the rich and the poor, the north and the south, and differing cultures and religions. A faculty and staff delegation from Seattle University has traveled to Mexico since 2006 to engage with these perspectives. Their cumulative experiences were rich, diverse and resulted in a number of unexpected directions in creative work and professional development.
The program cost, $850 per participant, is covered by a grant from the Endowed Mission Fund. Participants are responsible for airfare, which is estimated at $500.
Click here to read the full September 2019 Newsletter