Saint Louis University’s Office of Mission and Identity ensures that the principles and traditions of Catholic, Jesuit higher education, and the mission and core values of SLU are integrated into operations, structures, programs and practices, and the formation of its students, faculty, staff, administration and board members.
Mission Matters Ep. 34: Dr. John Martin & the Gift Body Program
Dr. John Martin III, the director of the Gift Body Program at SLU Medical School, describes what the program is, how it benefits medical students, future medical students, and even already-practicing surgeons. Learn more at https://www.slu.edu/medicine/medical-education/case/gift-body-program.php
Mission Now Ep. 4: A Retrospective on Hope
Fr. Suwalsky and Dr. Johnson speak about the nature of hope, the effects of hope, and the absolute need for hope to be our commitment, our support, and a lived aspect of our SLU mission.
Mission Matters Ep. 33: Felicia Powell and Judi Buncher & the Staff Advisory CommitteeSAC Ready
Judi Buncher, incoming president of SAC and Felicia Powell, current president of SAC at Doisy speak about what the committee is all about and how to become a member.
Fore more information visit https://www.slu.edu/sac/
Mission Matters Ep. 32: Danielle Uy and Bill Kauffman & the Office of the General Counsel
Vice President Danielle Uy and Former Vice President Bill Kauffman speak about the experience of the Office of the General Counsel specifically as it relates to SLU's Jesuit mission and identity.
Mission Matters Ep. 31: Christy Hicks-Aydt and Dr. Benjamin DeFoy & Laudato Si
Christy Hicks-Aydt and Ben deFoy talk about their experience on the working group that has committed SLU to being a "Laudato Si" University. More at https://laudatosiactionplatform.org/
Mission Matters Ep. 30: Jay Hammond & the Ignatian Service Minor
Jay Hammond explains the newly formed the Ignatian Service Minor, launching in Fall 2022. As architect and director of the minor, Dr. Hammond describes how the minor intersects with different academic disciplines as well as the CORE, the Universal Apostolic Preferences, and the Mission Priority Examen.