Podcast: Compassionomics – The Act of Making Care Matter

Mia Baumgartner, Manager of Spiritual Care & Wellbeing, and the Joy in the Workplace Project at University of Washington Medical Center speaks with Spehar-Halligan Professor and CEIE Director, Michael Trice, about the book - Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence That Caring Makes a Difference by Stephen Trzeciak and Anthony Mazzarelli. Mia and Michael discuss compassion [...] Read More

Podcast: Starting with Why: Lead by Raising Consciousness

Rev. Dr. Chloe Breyer spoke with CEIE's Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice about her leadership as Director of the Interfaith Center of New York (ICNY), which developed a pioneering curriculum in civics training for grassroots religious leaders, built multi-faith advocacy coalitions preventing bias crimes, and promoted criminal justice and immigration reform. Subscribe to our Podcasts [...] Read More

Podcast: National Security, Human Security, and the Values Essential to our Future

Dr. Audrey Hudgins, Associate Clinical Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Seattle University, spoke with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice about her current project with the Jesuit Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla regarding the labor movement. After her retirement from the US Army as a strategic intelligence officer, Dr. Hudgins began a second career teaching [...] Read More

Podcast: The Challenge of Public Theology Today

As part of the Faith and Order podcast series, in collaboration with the NCC USA, CEIE's Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice spoke with Dr. Matt Lundberg, director of the de Vries Institute for Global Faculty Development and professor of Religion at Calvin University. This conversation encourages us to take the risk at the local community [...] Read More

At the RoundTable: Religious Literacy and Global Hunger

At the RoundTable: Religious Literacy and Global Hunger Diana Muresan, of the Church World Service, sat down to talk with the CEIE Student Affiliates: Prabhjeet Kaur, Sofia Sayabalian, and Zachary Dar. Together, they discussed the importance of Diana's work, religious literacy, and how to not feel overwhelmed when addressing global hunger. (The event mentioned with [...] Read More

Podcast: Leading from the Heart of the Historic Black Church Experience

Rev. Dr. Doris Cope, who serves as Minister of Outreach at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Seattle, Washington, spoke with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice about the position of Minister of Outreach and the rich history of the Black Church. Subscribe to our Podcasts at:    Return to all Podcasts "Black Lives Matter [...] Read More

Podcast: A Jesuit Identity that Imagines, Shapes and Integrates

Professor Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos is the inaugural Vice President at Mission Integration at Seattle University and is also affiliated with the department for Theology and Religious Studies, spoke with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice about Mission Integration and how we understand these in the vital life of a Jesuit University in the world today. Subscribe [...] Read More

Podcast: With the Founder of the Beyonce Mass

Rev. Yolanda Norton, founder of Beyonce Mass, speaks to Dr. Edward Donalson about their womanist worship service that uses the music and personal life of Beyoncé as a tool to foster an empowering conversation about Black women—their lives, their bodies, and their voices. Subscribe to our Podcasts at:    Return to all Podcasts Read More