Fourth Annual Catholic Heritage LectureThursday, Feb. 13, 7-8 p.m.Pigott Auditorium The Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture welcomes Jose Casanova, Ph.D., prominent sociologist of religion from Georgetown University, as a speaker for the Catholic Heritage Lectures. Casanova will be delivering a talk titled “The Church in a Global Pluralistic World: Challenges and Opportunities” in which he will discuss the Catholic teachings on religious freedom and human rights, with a focus on how these attitudes can help or hinder the hierarchical Church’s ability to thrive in regions undergoing rapid social changes. For more information, visit Catholic Heritage Lectures or contact Calvin Garrett at firstname.lastname@example.org. A Call to Vision: A Jesuit’s Perspective on the World—Photography by Don Doll, S.J.Artist Lecture and Opening Reception, Thursday, Feb. 13 Vachon Gallery presents a collection of photographs by Don Doll, S.J. Capturing the scenes of ordinary life from around the world, Father Doll sees through the lens as both a photographer and as a Jesuit. With a passion to find God in all things, he attempts to shed light on both the joys and the sorrows of the world. Doll will give a lecture from 6 to 7 p.m. at Bannan Auditorium (102). The opening reception will take place 7 to 9 p.m. in Vachon Gallery (FINR 208). A professor of journalism at Creighton University Doll has had his photographs published in National Geographic and A Day in the Life of… books over the past 50 years. Using photojournalism as a medium, he has documented the lives of many people within many cultures while continuing the work of his Jesuit calling. From working with Native American cultures in his early years to traveling to countries in South America and Asia, Doll’s photographs depict the lives of those who are typically not seen. For more information, visit Fine Arts or contact Em Olson at email@example.com or 296-2340. SU’s Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability Offers Tours of the World-Famous Bullitt CenterOngoing: Tuesdays (12:30 p.m.) and Wednesdays (2 p.m.)Bullitt Center (1501 E. Madison)One of the world’s greenest office buildings is only a 5-10 minute walk from campus. SU’s Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (www.seattleu.edu/cejs), which is housed at the Bullitt Center, welcomes you, your class and your friends/colleagues to take a tour! The tour features the center’s exhibition space; the composting, energy, and water filtration systems; the roof wetland; the building’s “irresistible” stair and more. For more information visit: Bullitt Center Tours. Tours are by appointment only and only offered to SU students, staff, faculty, administrators and alumni. To reserve a space, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tours are 30-45 minutes, and accommodate 20. To bring a class/group larger than 20 (and/or at a different time) please contact Mike Schut at email@example.com. “The Imaginary Invalid" by MoliereFeb. 19-March 2Wednesdays-Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:00pmLee Center for the Arts*There is no Sunday matinee on Feb. 23.*Preview: Feb. 19; opening: Feb. 20 How sick are you? When you’ve got money to burn, there are lots of interesting treatments to try, especially if you are avoiding realities you can’t control. Presented by the theatre program, Moliere’s last, and funniest play is directed by Ki Gottberg, professor of Fine Arts. For more information, visit Fine Arts or contact Em Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org. African American Alumni Chapter Kick-Off BreakfastSaturday, Feb. 15, 7:30-9 a.m.LeRoux Room (STCN 160)Seattle U faculty, staff and students are invited to join us as we celebrate Black History Month and the re-launch of the Seattle University African American Alumni Chapter at the Search for Meaning Alumni Breakfast. You’ll have the opportunity to learn all about the African American alumni chapter, its leadership and future events. The breakfast will feature prominent alumnus and Search for Meaning Book Festival speaker, Chaplain Larry Walls LT, USN (Retired), MDiv ’13, author of the book I Love You, Really I Do. Attendees will enjoy a breakfast buffet and a Q&A session with the author. Space is limited—register today. Tickets are $10. For more information, visit SU African American Chapter or contact Harmony Frederick in Alumni Relations at 296-5664. Free Webinar: Addressing Co-Occurring Mood and Alcohol Use Disorders in College PopulationsWednesday, Feb. 12, 9 a.m. Wellness and Health Promotion invites you to join the Healthy Minds Network’s upcoming webinar, Addressing Co-Occurring Mood and Alcohol Use Disorders in College Populations. The webinar will feature Paola Pedrelli, Ph.D., whose research focuses on the negative consequences of co-occurring depression and substance use among college students. She will be joined by other expert panelists. The free webinar, which requires no special software, will synthesize cutting-edge research in the field and is appropriate for clinical and non-clinical audiences. RSVP to email@example.com with your name and e-mail address and questions or comments for the panelists to address. For more information, contact Ryan Hamachek at firstname.lastname@example.org. AGSA 2014 Kick-Off MixerThursday, Feb. 13, 8:30-10 p.m.Pigott 416 The Albers Graduate Student Association (AGSA) presents invites you to the 2014 Kick-Off Mixer. Come socialize and network with graduate business students while enjoying beverages and appetizers. Meet the new 2014 admin team and hear about upcoming events. AGSA is a student-run organization committed to enriching the educational experience of graduate business students at Seattle University through social events and guest speakers. For more information, contact Lindsey McGrew at email@example.com. Information Sessions on Careers · Career Services is hosting an information session with Grassroots Campaigns from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11, in the Pavilion Living Room. All majors from the College of Arts & Sciences are being sought. Please encourage your students to attend. If you are interested in partnering with Grassroots Campaigns on research opportunities or learning about positions that apply to your students, please attend. For more information, contact Sarah Thomson at 296-6080. · A session on Careers in International Development will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bannan 102. A panel of international development professionals will share their reflections and experiences working in global development organizations such as the Seattle International Foundation, the U.S. State Department (USAID) and others. Sponsored by Career Services, Magis: Alumni Living the Mission, Office of Global Engagement and the Poverty Education Center. For more information, contact James Vivé at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-296-6085. “The Royal Tenenbaums” Come join SEAC for a showing of “The Royal Tenenbaums,” at 7 p.m. tonight, Monday, Feb. 10, in Pigott Auditorium. There will be free food! For more information, contact Noah Schenirer at email@example.com. Two Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day · Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the United Filipino Club at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11, in Admin 306. Learn about the importance of Filipino courting and help create Valentine’s Day baskets for kids to hand out to their classmates. All are welcome! Visit UFC for more information or contact Germe Ambion at firstname.lastname@example.org. · Campus Ministry and the GLBTQ Prayer Group invite you to celebrate with an event titled Redefining Love: Reflections on Love from a GLBTQ perspective, which takes place 12:30-1:30 p.m., on Tuesday, Feb. 11, in Student Center 210. Take some time out to reflect on love and make some personalized Valentine’s for the special people in your life (romantic or not). Cake and punch will be served! For more information, contact Rachel Doll O’Mahoney at email@example.com. HAWC’S Annual Healthy Relationships Week The Health and Wellness Crew presents Healthy Relationships Week, Feb. 10-14. It’s a time for promoting relationships that value mutual respect, trust, honesty and understanding. Information on some of the activities, including a Lord of the Rings-themed commitment booth, will be posted throughout the week on HAWC’s Facebook page. For more information, contact HAWC member Sara Sanchez at (206) 296-2593.
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