June 2-6, 1997
Murray Herrick, 155, 9:00 am to Noon
"Truth is wrought out by many minds working freely together" (Newman).
a) Welcome: Rich Rexeisen and Jeanne Buckeye
b) Introduction of Participants
c) Overview: Naughton
d) Michael Jordan and George Wilson
**Readings: "The Tension Between Liberal Education and Career Education" (updated version) Michael Jordan and "Work, Spare Time, and Leisure" in Only the Lovers Sing Josef Pieper. Theme: To retrieve St. Thomas' unique tradition of liberal arts and professional education.
e) Lunch: Fireside room
** Remarks by Fr. Dease
a) Seminar Participant: Summary of Monday's discussion and presentation in written format (these summaries could be used as the basis to the introduction of collection of papers).
b) Michael Naughton:
**Readings: "Mission and Identity in Catholic Business Schools" Naughton, Bausch and Pierucci and "The Integrity of a Catholic School of Management: Four Integrating Characteristics" Naughton and Bausch. Theme: To examine the present state of management education within Catholic universities.
a) Seminar Participant: Summary of Tuesday's discussion (handout).
d) Jeanne Buckeye and Don Briel
**Readings: John Paul II, Ex corde Ecclesiae; John Henry Newman The Uses of Knowledge (pp 8-77 with particular focus on "Knowledge Viewed in Relation to Professional Skill). This reading is in the small white book. Theme: To explore the larger tradition of Catholic education and its relationship with professional education.
a) Seminar Participant: Summary of Wednesday's discussion (handout)
b) William F. May (Southern Methodist University)
**Readings: "The Beleaguered Rulers: The Public Obligation of the Professional" William F. May. Theme: To consider the significance of management as a profession and vocation and its implications for management education.
a) Seminar Participant: Summary of Thursday's discussion (handout)
b) William F. May
**Readings: "Moral Leadership in a Corporate Setting" William F. May. Theme: To reflect on the meaning of the corporation in light of the week.
c) Naughton: conclusion; papers;
d) Lunch: Rogge Leyden Room
**Remarks by Msgr. Murphy