The Madeleva Scholars Program provides a structure enabling students to achieve most fully those qualities articulated in the Mission Statement of The Academy of the Holy Cross: courage, compassion, and scholarship. The Program is named in honor and recognition of Sister Mary Madeleva, CSC, a noted member of the Sisters of the Holy Cross.
The Madeleva Scholarship is available to entering freshmen and transfer students at Saint Mary's College. You must have a minimum 2.7 GPA to be eligible for this award.
Moreau Presidential Presidential Scholarship Dean's Scholarship Madeleva Scholarship Le Mans Award Bertrand Award The Saint Mary's Scholarship Committee evaluates the total profile of each student by reviewing: The challenge of her curriculum Grade point average Class rank (when appropriate) Test scores Extracurricular activities Need Based Awards: These scholarships, named for a specific.Activities and Societies: Sancta Crux Scholars Program, Madeleva Scholars Program, Best Buddies (2014-2016), SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) (2014-2016), Class Treasurer (2015-2016.The Madeleva Award is presented annually to the outstanding graduate student selected from the cohort receiving advanced. The Outstanding Scholarship Award in Communication is given to that senior whose scholarly work merits special commendation. The Excellence in Dance Award is given to the outstanding dance minor. The Excellence in Theatre Award is given on the basis of scholarship and.
Three Approaches to Teaching Pearl: Introduction to Literature, British Literature I, and the Mythology of JR.R.Tolkien. PRINTABLE VERSION. Jane Beal University of California, Davis. Pearl is an extraordinarily beautiful, fourteenth-century, dream vision poem. It is infinitely rewarding to teach, but notoriously difficult to do so. That is because the poem requires a level of literacy that.Read More
October 2018 Study Abroad Newsletter “We promise you discovery: the discovery of yourselves, the discovery of the universe, and your place in it.” Sister Madeleva Wolff Picture by Catherine Kirkpatrick Welcome to the Fall 2018 study abroad newsletter! This semester's newsletter will explore the stories and experiences of Saint Mary's students study abroad experiences: the trials and the.Read More
Sullivan-Dunbar engages a wide-ranging interdisciplinary conversation between Christian ethics and economics, political theory, and care scholarship, drawing on the rich body of recent feminist work reintegrating dependency and care into the economic, political, and moral spheres. She identifies essential elements of a Christian ethic of love and justice for dependent care relations in a.Read More
Nov 30, 2012 - Favorites books in womanist theology and ethics. See more ideas about Theology, Favorite books, Books.Read More
In the essay’s second section, I review recent scholarship on the virtue of hospitality, demonstrating how feminist scholars insist that hospitality is risky, mutual, marginal, and takes place across difference. In the third section, I argue that Francis’ virtue perspective on inequality presumes the virtue James F. Keenan, SJ calls Jesuit hospitality as a solution, while Francis deepens.Read More
Passionate Spirituality is a newly revised and expanded version of the 1989 Madeleva Lecture, delivered by the author, Elizabeth Dreyer at St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana. The earlier.Read More
In Chaucer's Canterbury Tales we have a Geoffrey Chaucer who creates a plurality of characters, who in turn often create a plurality of characters, reminding one of those racks of masks in classical and medieval Terence manuscripts.20 Among these masks Chaucer assumes are those in transvestite drag of scarlet-clad, Mary Magdalen-like Alisoun of Bath (following upon his mask of the Miller.Read More
The Faculty Book Gallery is the collection of books that are featured at Santa Clara University's Faculty New Publications reception which celebrates the accomplishments of SCU faculty who have published a book, produced a film or composed works of music in the past year. The annual event is sponsored by the University Library to honor the diverse works created by the university's exceptional.Read More
Description: Current issues are now on the Chicago Journals website. Read the latest issue. The Journal of Religion is one of the publications by which the Divinity School of The University of Chicago seeks to promote critical, hermeneutical, historical, and constructive inquiry into religion. While expecting articles to advance scholarship in their respective fields in a lucid, cogent, and.Read More
Edna St. Vincent Millay. Poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay was born in Rockland, Maine, on February 22, 1892. Her mother, Cora, raised her three daughters on her own after asking her husband to leave the family home in 1899.Read More