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CSJ Institute

Our Founders

Research

Our Commitment


The CSJ Institute seeks to promote research efforts that highlight the achievements of our sister-scholars as well as advance our commitment to issues of social justice.

The CSJ Institute continues to award research grants to Mount faculty, and results are showcased at the annual Academic Convocation.

 

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“Exploration of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet (CSJs) mission and history in providing holistic care for women affected by sexual violence.”

- Abigail Rea, Nursing

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"Moving Mountains the CSJ Way – Restorative Justice models in business administration."

- David Burkitt, Business Administration

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"The Influence of One’s Pursuit of Social Justice on the Aging Process: An Exploration of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet."

- Michelle Melendres, Sociology

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"Let the Lace Begin- A thematic analysis of first year student reflections on the Spirit of the Founders"

- Madeleine Bruning and Shannon Green

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