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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This conference will discuss papers collected from students, faculty and staff with their reflections on the pope's encyclical and how individuals can work towards overcoming the issue of climate change.
The conference will be exploring the implications of climate change from a variety of scholarly perspectives to consider ways to improve our planet's future.
Explore what's on the horizon for the American Catholic Church. Registration now open!
A reexamination of the secular principles of academic freedom, and a discussion of how a theological understanding might build on and further develop it. Call for papers now open.
Loyola University Chicago will mark the 50th anniversary of the conclusion of Vatican II with a public symposium that explores how women's lives across the globe have changed since the Council, and how these changes have affected the Church.
The Congregation for Catholic Education is preparing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Declaration Gravissimum Educationis and the 25th anniversary of the Apostolic Constitution Ex corde Ecclesiae. Within this context, the Dicastery is organizing "Educating Today and Tomorrow. A Renewing Passion," which will take place in the Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican and at Castel Gandolfo. This Congress aims to give voice to the different stakeholders actively engaged in Catholic education in the various social and geographical contexts.
Sponsored by the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry and the National Catholic Young Adult Ministry Association (NCYAMA), this conference will draw young adults around the theme, "Here I am, Lord."
Join us to explore "Word & Witness: Celebrating the Charisms of Catholic Higher Education"