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JANUARY 2015

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Friday | Janurary 16 | 4–5 PM

Labor Café

Geddes Hall | Room B034

The Labor Café is a biweekly venue for students, faculty, and staff to gather for casual yet critical conversation on contemporary issues related to work, equity, and social justice. Sponsored by the Higgins Labor Studies Program

 

 

 

Wed.| January 21 | 7–7:45 PM | Mendoza, Room 133

Thu. | January 22 | 5–5:45 PM | Geddes Hall , Room 135

Information Sessions

Social Enterprise and Microfinance Internships (SEMI)

  • For sophomores and juniors in the College of Business, or students who have completed relevant social enterprise or micro finance courses
  • 8-10 weeks
  • 1 credit business* / 1 credit theology
  • Financial stipend for living expenses
  • $2,500 scholarship
  • LEARN MORE / APPLY NOW


*Only one internship credit can be applied toward a Mendoza student’s degree requirements. If a student has any questions, he/she should consult the undergraduate advising office in the Mendoza College of Business.

 

 

Friday | Janurary 30 | 12:30 PM

Soup and Substance

Geddes Hall | Coffee House

Brought to you by Center for Social Concerns and Take Ten student club.

 

 

 

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FEBRUARY 2015

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February 2–3, 2015

Snite Museum of Art /Art Art History and Design Lecture/visit by Liz Reznik

Curator of Graphic Advocacy exhibit (details to be confirmed)

 

Thursday | February 5 | 11:45 AM1 PM

Hospitality Lunch—St. Margaret's House
Geddes Hall | Coffee House

Scarves, ties and, cards made by the women of St. Margaret's House will also be available for purchase.

 

February 6–7, 2015 Tentative

Vicki Scheiber, Catholics Mobilizing Against the Death Penalty Network, workshop and talk

both are to be confirmed, but we'd like to get the dates on teh CSC calendar for now. I'll send details as soon as I get them from Margie Pfeil.

 

Tuesday | February 24 | 6:30–7:30 PM

Making a Living Making a Difference Annual Lecture

Geddes Hall | Andrews Auditorium 

Speaker: TBD

Want to earn a living while making a difference in the world? A nonprofit professional will share his/her experience with combining a passion for service and justice with the need to pay the bills!

 

Friday |February 27 | 12:30 PM

Soup and Substance

Geddes Hall | Coffee House

Brought to you by Center for Social Concerns and Human Rights ND student club.

 

 

 

 

February 27–28, 2015

Human Development Conference

Keynote speaker: Jeffery Sachs

Cosponsored by Center for Social Concerns; Ford Program in Human Development/Kellogg 

 

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MARCH 2015

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March 18-19, 2015

Sr. Rosemary Nyirumbe Visit

 

Wednesday | March 18 | 6:30 PM

FILM: Sewing Hope

DPAC | Browning Cinema

Tentative

 

Thursday | March 19 | 11:45 AM1 PM

Hospitality Lunch—Stone Soup Community
Geddes Hall | Coffee House

$5 donation—Proceeds benefit Stone Soup Community.

 

Catholic Social Tradition Conference

JOY & HOPE

50th Anniversary of Gaudium et Spes

March 22–24, 2015

Conference Information

 

 

 

 

Tuesday | March 31

Helen Prejean Lecture Tentative

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APRIL 2015

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Wednesday | April 1

Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D.,Faculty Community-Based Research Awards Dinner

 

Tuesday | April 14

FILM: Mothers of Bedford

Geddes Hall | Andrews Auditorium

(Time to be confirmed)

Cosponsored by Center for Social Concerns and Institute for Church Life.

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MAY 2015

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May 27–29, 2015

Community Engagement Faculty Institute

 


 

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