Spirituality and Education SIG 114
Spirituality and Education SIG 114
SIG Purpose
To identify principles of education consistent with a variety of spiritual traditions and their implications for practice.
Message from SIG Chair

Welcome to Spirituality and Education SIG website

I want to invite you to examine our new SIG website and explore the possibilities to be found by those drawn with common interests in spirituality.

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Who We Are


Officers 2019-2020

Judy A. Alston, Ph. D.

Chair Appointed, 5/1/2019 - 4/30/2020

Ashland University
401 College Avenue
127 Schar Hall
Ashland, OH 44805
WORK:  (419) 207-4983


Cristina Corrine Santamaria Graff, Ph.D.

Program Chair, 5/1/2019 - 4/30/2021

Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis
920 East 52nd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205
WORK: (317) 274-6848


Molly Serene Dunn, Ph.D.

Secretary, 5/1/2019 - 4/30/2021

Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Education
2331 Chapel Hill Boulevard Odenton, MD 21113
WORK: 7733086331

Officers: 2017-2018

Dannielle Joy Davis, Ph.D.
Program Co-Chairs:
Robert London, Ph.D. &
Tami Augustine, Ph.D.
Cristina Santamaria Graff, Ph.D. 



Molly Dunn, Ph.D. 



Officers: 2016-2017


Dannielle Joy Davis, Ph.D.
Program Co-Chairs
Robert London, Ph.D. &
Tami Augustine, Ph.D.
Angela Cartwright, Ph.D. 




Officers: 2014-2016

Dr. Kathleen Harris, Ph.D.
Seton Hill University
Associate Professor, Division of Education
One Seton Hill Drive
Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 830-1035

Dr. Cathy C. Leogrande, Ph.D.
Le Moyne College
Associate Professor of Education
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY 13214

Past Chairs
Dr. Tom Peterson Ed.D.
Professor of Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Department of Educational Innovation
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
(678) 839-6128 

Dr. Bob London
California State University, San Bernardino
College of Education
5500 University Blvd.
San Bernardino, CA 92407


Key Initiatives
Spirituality in Education Book Series Call for Proposals
United We Stand: The Role of Spirituality in Engaging and Healing Communities A volume in the new IAP series: Contemporary Perspectives on Spirituality in Education Book Series Editor: Dannielle Joy Davis, Saint Louis University The results of the 2016 U.S. election and subsequent policies at the federal level have led some to refer to the country as "The Divided States of America." However, segments of society are drawing upon their faith and spirituality to develop strategies to mend social relationships and fragmented communities. The Contemporary Perspectives on Spirituality in Education book series will feature volumes geared towards understanding and exploring the role of spirituality in addressing challenge, conflict, and marginalization, particularly within education in America and internationally. Please see the attached document for call details.

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