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Calendar of Events

Sept. 26, 2022


Fort Howard Theater

Catholic Identity and LGBTQ+ Inclusion

Join Bishop John Stowe, Diocese of Lexington KY, as he examines the role of LGBTQ+ inclusion in Catholic Identity. 

"LGBTQ people reflect the image and likeness of God, just as anyone else, and so it is our duty to love and defend them." – Bishop Stowe, America Magazine

This program is made possible through funding from the Theology & Religious Studies Discipline, the Norman Miller Center, the Cassandra Voss Center, the Killeen Chair in Theology & Philosophy and the Center for Norbertine Studies.

Sept 29, 2022

5:30 p.m.

Hendrickson Dining Room

Bemis International Center

"BROKENNESS AND BEAUTY: Peacemaking in a World in Crisis
St. Norbert College Ambassador of Peace honoring Jill Drzewiecki

Join us as we honor Jill Drzewiecki ’99 as the St. Norbert College Ambassador of Peace. Ms Drzewiecki is the Gender-Responsive Education Specialist with Jesuit Refugee Services (JRS) in Rome, Italy.

There will be appetizers and beverages available starting at 5:30 p.m., followed by the presentation of the Ambassador of Peace award and lecture given by Ms. Drzewiecki at 6:15 p.m. 

This event is free and open to the public.

Registration is appreciated but not required. Follow this link to register. 

Oct. 11, 2022


Mulva 101

Educational Policies and Historical Issues affecting First Nation Students

Join Oneida Elder Wanda Anton and Oneida educator with the GBAPS Stephanie Pekah as they examine the historical impact of laws (like the Indian Relocation Act of 1956 and Wisconsin Act 10) on teacher confidences in their ability to deliver of authentic lessons about Native American cultures (specifically in music). To summarize the research, many teachers struggle to identify and deliver authentic experiences for our own students because we were never provided with those experiences ourselves. 

This program is being offered in partnership with Teacher Education and meets HR ED Hour requirements.

Oct. 20, 2022


Mulva Library Flex Space

Get Out The Vote Banner Making Workshop with Moki Tantoco

This get-out-the-vote banner-making workshop is in association with the Aram Han Sifuentes Exhibition "Let Us Vote" in the Bush Art Center Galleries. Aram Han Sifuentes is a social practice artist who works to claim spaces for immigrant and disenfranchised communities. Her work often revolves around skill sharing, specifically sewing techniques, to create multiethnic and intergenerational sewing circles, which become a place for empowerment, subversion, and protest.

The program is made possible through funding from The Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice, & Public Understanding, The Honors Program, The Office of Student Inclusion and Belonging, The Mulva Library, the Bush Art Center Galleries, and the Art Department

Oct. 25, 2022

7 p.m.

Waltre Theater

"Global Challenges to Human Rights Today"
Norman and Louis Miller Lecture with Prince Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein

From refugee crises to global poverty, rigged elections and growing populism — and the intolerance and oppression it breeds — we are at a pivotal moment in the fight for human rights.

Throughout his years of service as a career diplomat and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein has been a champion for the protection of fundamental human rights. His work has involved the security of equality, justice, and respect -- and has directly influenced international justice, United Nations peacekeeping and women's development.

In this lecture, Zeid discusses his concerns about the threats to global stability posed by such forces as racism, xenophobia, nationalism and authoritarian leaders, and poses that the safety of humanity will be secured only through vision, energy and generosity of spirit. According to Zeid, "Silence does not earn you any respect -- none," and only through civic activism can we ensure equality and justice.

This lecture is supported by the Norman Miller Center Endowment.

Nov. 8, 2022

All Day

 Election Day

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