Search

filter search results
Filtered by: × VirtualEvents Clear all
Showing 398 Results
Leadership

Thinking About Your Legacy

The definition of legacy is “something that is passed on,” but a legacy can take many forms. During this session, Chris Stevens will moderate a discussion with a group of...

View Event
Art and History

Disidencia sexual y de género en Gabriela Mistral / Gender and Sexual Dissidence in Gabriela Mistral

Offered in Spanish and English with simultaneous interpretation. Claudia Cabello-HuttAssociate Professor of SpanishDirector of Graduate StudiesThe University of North Carolina at...

View Event
Art and History

Book Launch – Republics of Difference: Religious and Racial Self-Governance in the Spanish Atlantic World

You are invited to the launch of the latest book by Kellogg Faculty Fellow Karen Graubart, associate professor of history, on the ways subordinate groups in the Spanish empire,...

View Event
Religion and Philosophy

Christmas Lessons & Carols

Christmas Lessons and Carols will begin at 10 p.m. in the Basilica prior to 11 p.m. Christmas Eve Mass in the Night. All are welcome! Join us on Saturday, December 24, 2022, from...

View Event
Religion and Philosophy

Advent Lessons & Carols from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart

The annual Advent Lessons and Carols will be held on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 7:15 p.m. in the Basilica. This special prayer service celebrating the scriptures and music of the Advent...

View Event
Art and History

Writing Names and Ancestors

Literatures of Annihilation, Exile, and Resistance presents “Writing Names and Ancestors: Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint and Orlando White in conversation with Azareen Van der Vliet...

View Event
Art and History

Fifth Annual Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop: “Settlement, Space, and Society in Rural Byzantium”

Each year, our Byzantine Studies Program offers a workshop with the year’s Byzantine Studies Postdoctoral Fellow. This year’s workshop, “Settlement, Space, and Society in...

View Event
Global Affairs

Race, Rights, and Great Power Politics: An update from the International Race and Rights Lab

The Black Lives Matter movement has shed light on a complex web of social, economic, and political factors driving continued racial injustice in the US. While we struggle to come...

View Event
Religion and Philosophy

Harmony with Humanity and Nature: Honoring the Legacy of Thich Nhat Hanh

What if deep listening was a non-violent solution to conflict? What if humankind understood and appreciated the interconnection of all living things? As the main inspiration for...

View Event

Ardent Spirits: The Essential Science

Have you ever wondered about all the science, engineering, technology, business and craftsmanship that goes into each sip of your favorite spirit? Ken Kuno, professor in the...

View Event
Leadership

The Search for an Inspiring Life—How to Measure What Matters Most

College students are typically of an age in which they actively recalibrate their compass, whether morally, vocationally, or otherwise. They shift from relying on external...

View Event
Leadership

The Value of Kinship in Leadership

What does kinship mean? Does kinship have a place in the fast-paced world of industry? What can we learn about kinship from the leader of one of the largest companies in the...

View Event