Events

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Pizza, Pop, and Politics: "Politics of Place: Does Where You Live Determine How You Vote?"

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Location: Geddes Hall, Coffee House

Join ND Votes for a discussion of geography and politics — North and South, urban and rural. How will the politics of place affect the 2020 presidential election? Guest speakers include political science professors Josh Kaplan and David Campbell…

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Thursday, March 21, 2019

2019 CST Conference: "Option for the Poor: Engaging the Social Tradition"

(part of a series)

Location: University of Notre Dame

Option for the Poor: Engaging the Social Tradition 2019 Catholic Social Tradition Conference  This biennial conference sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame will explore how Catholic social tradition can engage academics and practitioners in the challenges of the most marginalized and vulnerable people in societies today. If the moral test of a society is how it treats vulnerable people, the signs of the times suggest there is significant room for improvement in communities around the world. By assembling experts in Catholic social ethics, the conference seeks to identify social issues with practical responses adequate to address the difficulty of resulting injustices.…

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Workshop/Discussion: "Ethics, Community Engagement, and Higher Education"

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Location: Geddes Hall, Room 233

Allan Loup, assistant program director of Ethics at the Graduate School, and Jay Brandenberger, director of Research and Graduate Student Initiatives at the Center for Social Concerns, will lead a discussion of how the ethics of professional practice (found in disciplinary codes, for example) and the ethics of community engagement intersect. How can graduate students and faculty foster integrated ethical practice and engagement, and to what ends? This workshop will be participatory, and open to graduate students of all disciplines. Counts for the Graduate Certificate in Community Engagement and Public Scholarship…

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Friday, March 22, 2019

2019 CST Conference: "Option for the Poor: Engaging the Social Tradition"

(part of a series)

Location: University of Notre Dame

Option for the Poor: Engaging the Social Tradition 2019 Catholic Social Tradition Conference  This biennial conference sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame will explore how Catholic social tradition can engage academics and practitioners in the challenges of the most marginalized and vulnerable people in societies today. If the moral test of a society is how it treats vulnerable people, the signs of the times suggest there is significant room for improvement in communities around the world. By assembling experts in Catholic social ethics, the conference seeks to identify social issues with practical responses adequate to address the difficulty of resulting injustices.…

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Saturday, March 23, 2019

2019 CST Conference: "Option for the Poor: Engaging the Social Tradition"

(part of a series)

Location: University of Notre Dame

Option for the Poor: Engaging the Social Tradition 2019 Catholic Social Tradition Conference  This biennial conference sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame will explore how Catholic social tradition can engage academics and practitioners in the challenges of the most marginalized and vulnerable people in societies today. If the moral test of a society is how it treats vulnerable people, the signs of the times suggest there is significant room for improvement in communities around the world. By assembling experts in Catholic social ethics, the conference seeks to identify social issues with practical responses adequate to address the difficulty of resulting injustices.…

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Friday, April 5, 2019

Been & Seen Discussion Series: "Listening to Uganda"

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Location: Geddes Hall, Coffee House

Experience can teach us important lessons in a way no classroom can offer; when people “go places and meet people,” they will have stories to tell and insights to share. The Been and Seen Series provides a format for students and faculty to talk about what they have seen and learned within the course of their research or an immersion trip.…

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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Community Engagement Faculty Institute

(part of a series)

Location: Geddes Hall

Taking Education Beyond the Walls of the Classroom June 4–6, 2019 The Center for Social Concerns offers the Community Engagement Faculty Institute for all who want to explore or deepen their knowledge, skills, and passion for community-based teaching and research. The agenda for this dynamic Community Engagement Faculty Institute is imbued with engaged learning, mixing lectures by faculty and community experts on the theory and practice of community engagement with immersion into the local community to learn with community partners. We address a range of social concerns, such as poverty, violence, oppression by unjust systems and structures, immigration, incarceration, and education. The 2019 Faculty Institute will consider the Center for Social Concerns annual theme, “Moving Margins: Living the Option for the Poor.”…

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Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Community Engagement Faculty Institute

(part of a series)

Location: Geddes Hall

Taking Education Beyond the Walls of the Classroom June 4–6, 2019 The Center for Social Concerns offers the Community Engagement Faculty Institute for all who want to explore or deepen their knowledge, skills, and passion for community-based teaching and research. The agenda for this dynamic Community Engagement Faculty Institute is imbued with engaged learning, mixing lectures by faculty and community experts on the theory and practice of community engagement with immersion into the local community to learn with community partners. We address a range of social concerns, such as poverty, violence, oppression by unjust systems and structures, immigration, incarceration, and education. The 2019 Faculty Institute will consider the Center for Social Concerns annual theme, “Moving Margins: Living the Option for the Poor.”…

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Thursday, June 6, 2019

Community Engagement Faculty Institute

(part of a series)

Location: Geddes Hall

Taking Education Beyond the Walls of the Classroom June 4–6, 2019 The Center for Social Concerns offers the Community Engagement Faculty Institute for all who want to explore or deepen their knowledge, skills, and passion for community-based teaching and research. The agenda for this dynamic Community Engagement Faculty Institute is imbued with engaged learning, mixing lectures by faculty and community experts on the theory and practice of community engagement with immersion into the local community to learn with community partners. We address a range of social concerns, such as poverty, violence, oppression by unjust systems and structures, immigration, incarceration, and education. The 2019 Faculty Institute will consider the Center for Social Concerns annual theme, “Moving Margins: Living the Option for the Poor.”…

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