Events

April: Earth Month

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May

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CEJS Student Fellowship Presentations

When: May 14 at 3:30-4:30PM
Where: Zoom link available upon REGISTRATION HERE
Description: Please join us for a presentation by CEJS student fellows Myron Joel Bañez and Piper Klinger. Piper Klinger (Environmental Science, '21), recipient of the Gary L. Chamberlain fellowship, will present a comprehensive and inexpensive approach to prepare biochar for use in the treatment of arsenic-contaminated drinking water with biochar. Myron Joel Bañez (Economics and Public Affairs, '21), recipient of the Francis Student Research Fellowship, examines the role of the built environment to urban Filipino-American spaces and community development in Seattle. REGISTER HERE.

Sustainability at Home: An inter-campus event by WAHESC

When: May 12, 11:00AM-12:30PM
Where: ZOOM link available upon registration HERE.
Description: For many of us, this past year has meant our home has also served as our space for work or learning. How has this affected your personal sustainability actions? Hear from students and staff across the state of Washington about their personal sustainability actions, how the pandemic has impacted them, and what you can do to continue being a sustainability champion while "at home" or socially distanced! See event details and list of speakers and presentations at https://wahesc12.wixsite.com/website/events. Check back regularly for schedule updates.

Laudato Si' Week 2021

When: May 16th-25th
Where: Online, click here
Description: Laudato Si’ Week 2021 will be the crowning event of the Special Laudato Si’ Anniversary Year, and a celebration of the great progress the whole Church has made on its journey to ecological conversion. Learn more about Laudato Si' here and check out events here.

Interreligious Dialogue Initiative

When: May 19th, 4-5:30pm
Where: Online, RSVP to ICTC@seattleu.edu
Description: Please join us for this unique opportunity to learn about eco-spirituality from two cherished spiritual leaders. The topic will be twofold: Lummi spirituality in dialogue with Jesuit spiritual practice as well as Lummi reflections on ecology and earth care.

Darrell Hillaire, a highly esteemed leader and the executive director of Tse-sum-ten and Setting Sun Productions, has served as a coach, mentor, teacher, and leader for the Lummi Nation for more than twenty years (read more here).

Pat Twohy, SJ is the author of two seminal works, Finding a Way Home and beginnings: A Meditation on Coast Salish Lifeways. He has lived with and served indigenous peoples of the Northwest for four decades, including eleven years with the Colville Confederated Tribes in Eastern Washington and more recently the Swinomish and Tulalip Tribes of the Coast Salish Peoples. 

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March 2021

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