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Faith Sharing Friday: Dr. Heidi Bostic


Nov 6, 2020 11:56 AM

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Dr. Kathy Coffey-Guenther
Senior Mission and Ignatian Leadership Specialist @MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
Dr. Kathy Coffey-Guenther currently serves as the Senior Mission & Ignatian Leadership Specialist in University Advancement at Marquette University. Additionally, Kathy serves/has served as adjunct faculty for undergraduates and clinical adjunct faculty for graduate students at Marquette University. Kathy received a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Marquette University and a certificate in spiritual direction from the Aquinas Institute of Theology. For many years, Kathy has worked with a particular emphasis in Ignatian spirituality as a means for healthy spiritual and emotional living. Kathy has also served as a spiritual director, speaker and consultant to religious congregations, clergy and religious, and parishes focusing on the work of community building, conflict resolution and spiritual growth.
Dr. Heidi Bostic
Dean of the Helen Way Klinger College of Arts & Sciences @MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
Dr. Heidi Bostic is dean of the Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. She brings to this position a broad portfolio of leadership experience in higher education. Across these roles, Bostic has fostered interdisciplinary innovation; promoted the success of faculty, staff and students; and advocated for diversity and inclusion. As Visiting Associate Provost at Furman University, Bostic led interdisciplinary initiatives involving research, curriculum and community engagement. Focused on student success, she developed and taught a course on Designing a Good Life. Bostic served as Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Professor of French at the University of New Hampshire, where she launched the Grand Challenges Initiative and was co-principal investigator on a multiyear grant from the Mellon Foundation to enable more community college students to transfer to UNH and complete a four-year degree.