Regis Proud Ken Sagendorf, Ph.D. Director and Professor, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning I came to Regis University four years ago after attending and working at two other institutions. Almost immediately, I noticed a distinction: This is a mission-driven place where the curriculum, the budgets and the people are aligned to help students consider the myriad ways they can apply their education to make a difference. My role here is somewhat unique in that I serve in the capacity of both administrator and faculty. This affords me the opportunity to teach courses in multiple colleges across the University. In every classroom, whether I’m teaching first-year health profession students, graduate students in contemporary liberal studies or seniors in Regis College, students ask, “Why does this matter?” in the context of trying to answer the Jesuit question, “How ought we to live?” In doing so, they challenge me to be a better teacher. Having joined Regis students on immersion trips, I am convinced the solution to poverty and injustice lies in changing the structural components of society. When I see our students acting as men and women in service for and with others, I am proud to give back to Regis because of what we’re doing for our students—and the positive effect our students will have on this world. Ken Sagendorf is one of the 209 Regis University faculty and staff members who made contributions in the 2014-15 fiscal year totaling nearly $100,000. THANK YOU, Ken, and every member of the Regis community who gives back to Regis services, programs, scholarships and students each year. As a faculty and staff donor, Ken is Regis Proud.