Check out the different events and offerings taking place this week at Seattle University.?
Irreconcilable Conflict and Political Deadlock: A Deep Dialogue with the Interfaith Amigos
Wednesday, April 17th
Pigott Auditorium ?
What if greater spiritual awareness is the prerequisite to any effective healing of the major challenges of our time? What impacts might that have nationally and internationally? Come to this deep dialogue with Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Don Mackenzie, and Rabbi Ted Falcon, collectively known as the Interfaith Amigos. The Interfaith Amigos explore the spiritual roots of their traditions as a way toward true interfaith dialogue and collaboration. They focus on the inner work required for any significant outer change to last. The Interfaith Amigos are known for their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor. They address the usual taboos of interfaith dialogue - the "awkward" parts of each tradition - in order to create a more authentic conversation. For more information about the Interfaith Amigos, go to http://interfaithamigos.com
2nd Annual Seattle University Recycling Event
Wednesday, April 17th
7:30am ? 1pm
Seattle U Recycling Yard, 755 13th Ave (Between the School of Law Annex and the O?Brien Center ?
Spring clean your home and bring recyclables to the Seattle University Recycling Yard on April 17 for FREE. You can bring appliances, batteries, books, confidential paper, compact fluorescent light bulbs, electronics and accessories, garments, machinery and metal, office supplies, plastic grocery bags, Styrofoam, and toner cartridges. For a complete list and event flyer, go to www.seattleu.edu/sustainability. Please no chemicals, mattresses or furniture. Our event partner, Friendly Earth Recycling, will have staff to unload heavy items. Hard drives and other storage devices will be wiped through a secure data destruction program. For more information contact Matthew Benedict, Recycling Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 296-6459.
Global Connections Brown Bag with Teresa Ling
Wednesday, April 17
12:30 - 1:30pm
PIGT 203 ?
Join us for Global Connections, a brown bag series on careers and current issues in our globalized world. Each brown bag will feature a guest with background and expertise in international education, business, development and other areas of interest. On April 17, we are pleased to host Teresa Ling, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs, Albers School of Business and Economics. You are welcome to bring your lunch; cookies and coffee will be served.
Swishes for Wishes: Faculty/Staff vs. Students Basketball Game ?
The eighth annual Swishes for Wishes charity basketball game takes place Wednesday, April 17, starting at 7 p.m. at the Connolly Center North Court. A team of faculty and staff, coached once again by Executive Vice President Tim Leary, will take on a team of students, with student body president Nicole Gaddie serving as head coach. The proceeds from donations and other promotions benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation, one of the hardest-working charitable organizations in the country. This is always a fun evening of basketball, and both teams are determined to end the night victorious. Doors open at 6:45 p.m., so come on out cheer for your team of choice for a great cause!