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.
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Dr. Ghazala Hayat, Director of Neuromuscular and Clinical Neurophysiology at SLUCare, as well as Director of Continuous Quality Improvement at SLU Medical School, joins us to talk about the experience of students, administrators, doctors, lab technic... more
Fr. Carlos Esparza, SJ, from the department of Economics speaks about how his research intersects with the mission of the Church as well as SLU's mission, and how his identity as a Jesuit priest has been impacted by his formation in the Society as we... more
Gina Merys, Director of the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, speaks with us about what the Reinert Center has to offer, how it expresses SLU's mission, and what programs are available to faculty.
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SLU Mission Matters launched 2 years ago and published 33 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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