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Date
Event
Wednesday, Sept. 13

11am-12pm

Bemis 312

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“Media Literacy in an Era of Fake News"

Speaker: Carla Anne Robbins
Council on Foreign Relations and Baruch College
Thursday, Sept. 14

2-3:30pm

Michels Commons

Involvement Fair
Saturday, Sept. 16

SNC Day
Wednesday, Sept. 27

11am-12pm

Bemis 114B

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“The Role of the United Nations in Global Governance"

Speaker: Samantha Power
Harvard University
Wednesday, Oct. 11

11am-12pm

Bemis 312

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“U.S.-Latin America Relations"

Speaker: Shannon K. O'Neil
Council on Foreign Relations 
Tuesday, Oct. 17

7pm

Ft. Howard Theater

The Norman and Louis Miller Lecture in Public Understanding

“Which Common Good? Rethinking Religion, Self-Interest and Agency”

By Joerg Rieger, Ph.D.
Cal Turner Chancellor's Chair of Wesleyan Studies 
Distinguished Professor of Theology, Vanderbilt University

Wednesday, Oct. 25

11am-12pm

Bemis 312

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“Dashed Hopes of the Arab Spring"

Speaker: Steven A. Cook
Council on Foreign Relations
Wednesday, Nov. 8

11am-12pm

Bemis 312

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“Conflict Prevention and Mitigation"

Speaker: Paul B. Stares
Council on Foreign Relations
Wednesday, Nov. 15

11am-12pm

Bemis 312

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“Revolutionary Movements and International Relations"

Speaker: Jack A. Goldstone
George Mason University
Wednesday, Nov. 29

11am-12pm

Bemis 312

Council on Foreign Relations - Fall 2017 Academic Conference Call Series

“The State of the World"

Speaker: Richard N. Haass
President, Council on Foreign Relations 
Saturday, Dec. 9

2-5pm

ARTgarage, Green Bay

Art for Human Rights

The ARTgarage and The Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice and Public Understanding at St. Norbert College are organizing an art exhibit to celebrate organizations in our community working towards the fulfillment of human rights. This event is also intended to honor the history of human rights as the milestone document; as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed on December 10, 1948. This event will include a look at contemporary human rights issues facing our world today and concentrate on the magnificent work being done in our own backyard. As Eleanor Roosevelt so famously stated, “Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home...".

This event plans to highlight local artists and local organizations that are working in the field of social justice and human rights while using art as a tool for civic engagement. This is both an awareness raising event as well as a day of celebrating the incredible work being done to advance the rights of all people in our own community.

Sunday, Dec. 10

International Human Rights Day

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

6pm

Bemis

St. Norbert Ambassador of Peace Award Presentation, Reception and Lecture
Harry Boyte, Senior Scholar in Public Work Philosophy at the Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship at Augsburg College and Founder of the International Youth Citizenship Initiative in Public Achievement, will be honored as the recipient of the 2017 Ambassador of Peace Award. The event includes an award ceremony, reception and lecture. 
Friday, Feb. 24, 2018

9am-3pm

Bemis International Center

Conference

“Invigorating Democracy and Public Work"

Keynote: Harry Boyte
Founder of the International Youth Citizenship Initiative in Public Achievement
Thursday, March 22, 2018

7:30pm

Ft. Howard Theater

The Norman and Louis Miller Lecture in Public Understanding

“Disturbing Aesthetics of Race”

By M. Shawn Copeland, Ph.D.
Professor of Systematic Theology
Boston College
April 9-13, 2018

The Mystical Arts of TIbet-Mandala Sand Painting

Featuring the Tibetan Monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery
The Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice and Public Understanding

Opening Ceremony- Monday, April 9th
Closing Ceremony- Friday, April 13th

 
Thursday, April 10, 2018

Better Together Day
Better Together Day celebrates interfaith dialogue and service on campuses around the country. Part of the Interfaith Youth Core, Better Together Day events vary every year and at every campus. Stay tuned to hear more about SNC's Better Together Day celebration on April 10
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