Faculty, Staff, and Alumni Programs
Ignatian Leadership Program
The Ignatian-inspired Leadership Program at Saint Joseph’s University (ILP) was founded in 2005 to foster the use of long-standing Ignatian principles for use in the life of the SJU educational community. Ignatian leadership offers a unique style of emphasis on the values of self-awareness, discernment, continuous learning and concern for the common good. The ILP is currently offered to two groups, administrators and faculty, who meet monthly during the academic year. Both cohorts participate in facilitated learning, discussion and reflection, to expand their leadership capacity. Each group has a different overall focus based on their unique professional needs. While the administrative cohort learns how to lead and manage more effectively, the faculty group examines the leadership of teaching, research and scholarship from the Ignatian perspective, as it applies to an academic community.
If you are interested in nominating a member of the SJU community for this program, please contact Fr. Dan Joyce at email@example.com.
Faculty and Staff Formation
Opportunities for faculty and staff to support each other in advancing the mission of Saint Joseph’s University.
Enrichment and service opportunities for the thousands of Hawks who spread the mission of Saint Joseph’s around the world.
Mission Reflection Opportunities
University strives to provide continuous opportunities for all who share in the mission of Saint Joseph’s to develop their professional and personal skills.
A method of speaking to and listening to God daily; an honest self-evaluation weekly with a person experienced in leading persons through meditation and contemplation
This is called the 19th Annotated Exercise
Ignatian Exercises: The use of scripture for contemplation and the practice of the daily “examen” for greater integration of prayer and work. This is also called the 18th Annotated Exercises