The ACCU calendar lists events taking place around the country with a focus on Catholic higher education. Included are both conferences sponsored by ACCU and those that are related to member campuses. To submit an event that may be of interest to Catholic higher education, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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With the theme "Knowledge and Mercy," this initiative is supported by the Congregation for Catholic Education in collaboration with the University Pastoral Care Office of the Vicariate of Rome and the Italian Ministry of University and Research.
How can we integrate the best of modern technology and capacities with the wisdom of first nations? The conference brings together an interdisciplinary set of scholars and artists ready to integrate first-nation and mainstream contemporary understandings to move toward a flourishing planet. The symposium looks deeply into the mindsets, practices, and wisdom of first nation peoples across multiple disciplines.
CALL FOR POSTER SUBMISSIONS: Submission deadline: August 1, 2016. For details, contact Eugene Halton, email@example.com.
Enjoy this opportunity to engage with others committed to interfaith and community service, share experiences, and learn best practices. The Gathering is free of charge for up to 5 campus representatives.
This academic, online forum has been created to explore inspiration in sports. Created through a collaboration between the Neumann University Sport Management program and the Institute for Sport, Spirituality and Character Development, PSI also provides practical resources on sports' ability to inspire.
Frontiers & Borders: The Edges of Campus Ministry
Borders and edges often provoke fear and uncertainty in our lives, and certainly in our ministry. Yet, they are also holy places of encounter where ideas and cultures are exchanged. Join CCMA as we learn and refine our calling to open the doors of our ministry to all those on our campuses, to move from an understanding of "those people" to "our people," and to see one human family whom we are called to be in relationship with, to love, and to encounter.
More information and registration will be coming soon.
Preconference sessions begin on Thursday, January 26.
What are the perennial foundations on which Catholic universities are based? While we have many established practices, values, beliefs, methodologies, and theories, we also need to take into account developments in digital literacy, the growing role and involvement of the family, the constant search for creative pedagogies in the university, and more. More information and the call for papers can be found at the link below.