The Transformative Character of Jesuit Education: Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the UCA Jesuits’ Martyrdom Come join us for a luncheon conversation with Robert Lassalle-Klein dedicated to Ignatian pedagogy. Tuesday, November 18 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m." Conaton Board Room" Free Lunch Provided: Please RSVP RSVP to Teresa Hardin Ext. 3139 or firstname.lastname@example.org Why attack a Jesuit university? What is it about Jesuit education that unsettles? Is it our emphasis on personal and social transformation? Is it our concern for those who are suﬀering on the margins of society? Is it the notion of accompaniment or solidarity? What is clear: over the past twenty-five years, Jesuit institutions have become known for the integration of faith and social justice. Each Jesuit university will carry this mission out in a diﬀerent way. What can we learn from our colleagues who were martyred in El Salvador? !Sponsored by: ! Institute for Spirituality & Social Justice ! The President’s Oﬃce" " at Xavier University"