The ACCU calendar lists events taking place around the country and the world 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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Registration is now open for this 2017 Catholic Social Tradition Conference.
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.
The Institute for Catholic Social Thought at Villanova University is hosting a celebration of the fifth anniversary of the election of Pope Francis. The goal of the conference is to provide a theological and historical analysis of this pontificate.
Call for Papers: Suggested concurrent session themes include: Francis’ Theology of the Church, Francis and Vatican II, Francis’ Vision of Mission and Discipleship, Amoris Laetitia and Moral Theology, Francis’ Critique of Inequality, Laudato si’ and Creation, Francis and International Affairs. Proposals for concurrent sessions due by May 1, 2017. Papers due by December 1, 2017 to executive editor email@example.com.
Explore, reflect, and develop a deep understanding of the role and mission of a Catholic institution! Enrollment is limited; register by May 15, 2017.
Collegium turns 25 in 2017. Therefore, in place of the normal 2017 summer colloquy, Collegium will hold a larger but shorter conference — a “Pause at 25” to examine the state of Catholic higher education today, and to consider our future work. Each Collegium member school is invited to send a team of three participants in 2017, providing a chance for alumni/ae to re-engage with Collegium.
The World Union of Jesuit Alumni (WUJA), founded in 1956, holds an international Congress every four years to gather Jesuit friends and alumni—from as many as 50 countries representing a global network of Jesuit ministries—to build international networks and affirm Jesuit centric values for a greater good.
From June 28-July 2, 2017, WUJA will meet for the first time ever in North America, at John Carroll University, in Cleveland, Ohio. WUJA 2017 will gather renowned, world-class speakers committed to Uniting Our Jesuit Frontiers in the arts, business, science, law, spirituality, theology, faith and leadership, service, and justice.
Attendees, made up of alumni and friends of Jesuit institutions, will enjoy countless opportunities to connect, learn and celebrate, providing a unique platform for participants to take shared experiences back to their country to help shape our society for the common good.
Each July, the Institute for Administrators in Catholic Higher Education hosts a four-day seminar providing a singular opportunity for administrators and leaders at Catholic colleges and universities around the globe to interact with some of the nation’s most outstanding scholars and practitioners as they address issues that Catholic higher education faces on a daily basis.
Join ASACCU to explore "Journey for the Dream: Catholic Higher Education as a Compass for Our Students."
Join us in summer 2017 for the second ACCU Mission Officer Institute. Details and registration information coming in early spring.
With the number of displaced people in the world at more than 65 million in 2016, the plight of refugees has gained new prominence as countries have taken in displaced people. To address the issue, universities have an important role to play through the missions of teaching, research, and services. The International Federation of Catholic Universities, together with the Pontificia Università Gregoriana, the Center for Religious Understanding (USA) and Being the Blessing Foundation (USA) will hold an international conference next November at the Gregorian University in Rome and then create an international network of universities and institutions willing to collaborate going forward in responding to that crisis. In the spring, IFCU and its partners will dedicate an online resource portal to this topic, in order to provide academics and field actors with studies, reports, policy papers, and so forth likely to contribute to the discussions of the conference.
Registration details and additional information will be posted as it is made available.