“A rich dialogue … will lead to curricular models, multidisciplinary seminars, and community-based learning projects that will certainly enhance students’ ability to apply aspects of servant leadership, social entrepreneurship and global understanding to their life and work.”
Peter B. Finn
Principle, St. Mary's University College
"The more I listened to people talk about reconciliation and the process of bringing a country back together again, the more I kept seeing parallels to things that we either need to do here or haven’t even thought about doing here. I can see the whole work of reconciliation being something that an American student can come back with.”
Assistant Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication
"It will be a learning experience from the point of application. I think the Mychal Judge Center really takes the shell shock that people felt after 9-11 and puts it in a productive framework. The visuals from 9-11 are still in people’s minds and Father Mychal Judge was one of those visuals …
"His legacy is really what is moving us forward in some small way at this institution in terms of looking at issues of conflict and peace and reconciliation and how you move through those stages and if you can move through those stages. It’s a healing, it’s our reconciliation trying to deal with what happened on 9-11 and moving it forward in the 21st century."
Director of Study Abroad and International Programs