The following are suggested pre-conference readings for participants to familiarize themselves with the topics to be explored. All of these readings are available electronically through the electronic reserve of the Grasselli Library at JCU (see instructions below). A password will be provided to registered attendees.

  • Arnett, Jeffrey J. “Emerging Adulthood: A Theory of Development from the Late Teens Through the Twenties” American Psychologist 55.5 (2000):469-480.
  • Arnett, Jeffrey J.”The Psychology of Globalization” American Pschologist 57.10 92002): 774-783.
  • Harman, P. “Vocation and the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola” Revisiting the Idea of Vocation. Ed. Haughey, John C. Washington D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2004.
  • Korth, Sharon J. “Precis of Ignatian Pedagogy: A Practical Approach” A Jesuit Education Reader. Ed. Traub, George W. Chicago, IL: Loyola Press, 2008.
  • Nicholas, Adolfo, S.J. “Depth, Universality, and Learned Ministry: Challenges to Higher Education Today” Remarks for Networking Jesuit Higher Education: Shaping the Future for a Humane, Just, Sustainable Globe. Mexico City, April 23, 2010.
  • Tanner, Jennifer L. and Arnett, Jeffrey J. “Presenting Emerging Adulthood: What Makes it Developmentally Distinctive?” Debating Emerging Adulthood: Stage or Process. Ed. Arnett, Jeffrey J. New York: Oxford Press, 2011.
  • Tanner, Jennifer L. and Arnett, Jeffrey J. “Themes and Variations in Emerging Adulthood Across Social Classes” Debating Emerging Adulthood: Stage or Process. Ed. Arnett, Jeffrey J. New York: Oxford Press, 2011.
  • Other recommended readings

  • Santilli, N. “Don’t Call Us Millenials!” Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 37(1) April 2010.
  • Neafsy, John, A Sacred Voice is Calling: Personal Vocation and Social Conscience, Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2006.

  • Accessing Your Online Full-Text Journal Articles through
    The Electronic Reserves (ERES) Service

    System Requirements

  • Connection to the Internet (on or off campus)
  • Netscape 4.5 or higher OR Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher
  • Class Password (obtain from your instructor)
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • A Free copy of the Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from Adobe
    To Connect to the Online Electronic Reserve System
    1. Connect to
    OR From the Library Home Page (
    Click on “Find Course Material” then “Electronic Reserves (Eres)”.
    2. Click on “Electronic Reserves and Reserves Pages
    3. Search for your class using the keyword ‘netvue’.
    4. You will be prompted for a password.
    Use the password provided after registration. Keep this password handy. If you forget or lose the password, contact your Peggy Finucane. The library is unable to give users passwords directly.

    To Print an Article
    Be sure to use the print button in the upper left hand corner of
    the Acrobat Reader frame in the browser.

    Links to Articles in the Grasselli Electronic Journal Collection
    Some articles from our electronic journals collections will require you to authenticate with your name and the library barcode number from your JCU ID if you are off campus.

    If you need a course password, contact your instructor.
    If there is a problem with accessing the server or documents, contact
    The Library Reference Desk at (216) 397-4234 or Adam Green ( at (216) 397-1637