Kelly James, PhD
Although all Lasallian institutes of higher education provide service-learning opportunities, the many colleges and universities lack a consistent approach. Based on the author’s experiences at Christian Brothers College, she provides a case study of best practices and offers suggestions for a comprehensive approach for undergraduate Lasallian formation and adult identity development. By creating course clusters across disciplines, students can maximize their learning experiences with comprehensive course preparation and applied experiences.
Touching Hearts and Teaching Minds: Strengthening Lasallian Higher Education through Mission
Keywords: Catholic; Lasallian; Higher Education
Kelly James, PhD, is an assistant professor in the behavioral science department at Christian Brothers University (CBU) in Memphis, TN. Kelly earned her PhD in sociology with a minor in women’s studies from Louisiana State University and an MA in sociology and a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Memphis.