The Office of Educational Leadership at the Stuart Center led a week-long program called Seeking a Different Life: The immigrant experience with a group of high school students from Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich, Connecticut. Greenwich is a beautiful, pastoral setting bordering on urbanized suburbia and a short train ride to Manhattan.
The Stuart Center for Mission, Educational Leadership and Technology, a ministry of the Society of the Sacred Heart, on Saturday, May 9, presented the second annual Kit Collins, RSCJ, Micah Awards to two individuals and an organization. This year’s Micah Award recipients are:
The August issue of the Corps Connector - the newsletter of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps - features a piece on Sister Betsy Hartson's ministry, Living Wages. Sister Hartson and a colleague, Bob Crittenden, founded Living Wages in 1998 because they believed education was the key to ending poverty. Read the IVC article. To learn more about Sister Hartson, see her profile on this site.