In the spirit of advancing conversation, this article revisits "Just Listen: The Situation of Women in Jesuit Higher Education” (Conversations 29, Spring 2006).
In the most recent issue of Conversations (Fall 2015, No. 48), I wrote about how the emergence of the market society in the United States was negatively impacting intercollegiate athletics because it was “crowding out non-market values worth caring about.”
Preliminary to a curriculum revision, the College of Nursing at Seattle University began a process of discerning who are we, what are our foundational values as an institution and a profession, and how do we believe nursing education should commence? A hallmark of the Jesuit tradition is certainly caring for the sick, poor, and marginalized.