in October 2011, Adam Davis, Director of The Center for Civic Reflection, offered a civic reflection facilitation training to a dozen students from Valparaiso University (Christ College), preparing them to become interfaith service leaders on campus. In their evaluations, participants commented that the training pushed them in their personal and professional reflective practices and strengthened their passion for interfaith and cross-cultural activities.Edit Back to News & Events
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Many of the faculty who participated said that the [training] was one of the best in-service programs that we have had at the college in many years. Several of our humanities departments have started some of their meetings with a brief civic reflection discussion. This seems to end up making their meetings more productive."
Vice President for Academic Services, Highland Community College
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