The Resource Team for Faith, Values and Spirituality is comprised of faculty, staff and students committed to the mission and learning outcomes listed below.
Learning Outcomes Report 2009-10 (PDF)
To further strengthen UT students’ academic and personal development through character-building, spiritual development and enhancing their understanding of world cultures and religions.
Mission-based Learning Outcomes
Employing educated inquiry and engaging each other through various perspectives.
In the domain of character building, students will learn to:
- Make choices based on principles, beliefs, and values
- Identify and represent personal values
- Find or deepen their true vocation
In the domain of spiritual development, students will learn to:
- Develop and/or deepen their sense of purpose and meaning in life
- Seek enhanced self-awareness and identity through reflection
- Ask fundamental “why” questions to broaden their understanding of various world views
In the domain of enhancing understanding of world cultures and religions, students will learn to:
- Promote campus-wide understanding and enhance recognition of diverse spiritual beliefs in the broadest sense through dialogue, discussion and personal discovery
- Seek out opportunities to learn about world cultures and religions
- Explore interfaith conversations