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This profile was last updated on 3/22/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Senior Coordinator of Jesuit Univ...


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  • Ph.D.
  • doctorate
    Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University
  • Masters degrees , Public Relations , Counseling , Philosophy , Divinity , Social Ethics and Organizational Behavior
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According to Ron Anton, ..., 22 Mar 2013 [cached]
According to Ron Anton, chairman of the board of trustees of the Jesuit Liberal Arts College, the Hong Kong government has told the Jesuits privately on several occasions of dates when they would issue a request for proposals, but these informal commitments have never been honored. In January of this year, the government announced publicly that it would issue a request for proposals at the end of March, but has yet to make an announcement.
"The new government is not as keen on this," Anton said.
We wanted it not just to be the center for Hong Kong but to be a center for Jesuit education worldwide," said Anton, who is also a senior coordinator of Jesuit university networking at Georgetown and served as the interim secretary of higher education for the Jesuits.
While Anton doubted that the government would renege on its commitment to education entirely, he said that it could make the land unattractive so that no group would want to, or be able to, establish a college or university there.
For example, Anton said the government could require the winning group to build roads to the site or clean up environmental damage left over from the British military. The government could also continue with its educational plan but require the winning institution to conform to unsavory enrollment standards.
Anton said that the Jesuits would be willing to build roads to the site but would not be able to afford cleaning up environmental damage and would not want to pursue a project that would require them to alter their educational model.
"We want to start small and grow gradually. Even something like Georgetown started small and grew gradually," Anton said. "We're thinking maybe after 10 years, we would have 1,500 students. If the government says, 'In 10 years we need 8,000 students,' then that's not going to be our model."
However, Anton stressed that the failure to secure this specific parcel of land would not derail the project completely.
"We would go back to looking for other possibilities," Anton said.
The Macau Ricci Institute - Newsletter, 3 Sept 2012 [cached]
An introductory presentation was given by Fr Ron Anton, Rector of Georgetown University, Washington DC, followed by another presentation by Fr Stephen Chow on the details of the proposal.
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Today we were pleased to welcome Fr. Ron Anton, SJ from the Georgetown Jesuit Community to celebrate our Christmas Mass with us. His message was simple: God loved us so much that he sent His son to earth to live with us, and that he encourages us to share His love with one another.
IAJBS - Board Members, 14 Mar 2013 [cached]
Ronald Anton
AJCU-EAO Official Website, 11 May 2010 [cached]
Fr. Ron Anton, S.J. The Beijing Center
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