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Dr. Daniel Sulmasy to Lecture as part of St. Norbert College's Killeen Chair Series

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From St. Norbert College, October 22, 2015
by Mariah Doughman,, 920-403-3089

Daniel Sulmasy, M.D., Ph.D., will visit the St. Norbert College campus to deliver a lecture as part of the college's annual Killeen Chair series.

Sulmasy's lecture "On Being a Doctor: Lessons From a Patient Named Fred" will take place on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m. in the Fort Howard Theater in the Bemis International Center on the St. Norbert College campus. It is free and open to the public.

Sulmasy is a professor of medicine and ethics at the University of Chicago and associate director of the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics.

This lecture is the fourth installment of the Killeen Chair of Theology & Philosophy's five-part 2015-16 lecture series, which is titled "Health and the Human Person." The aim of the series is to investigate the uncertainty about the nature of health and its relation to human well-being; it invites the community to join leading scholars who are harmonizing medicine and the humanities as they work to nurture health in its most robust form.

Established in 1984, the Killeen Chair of Theology & Philosophy is dedicated to providing a fuller understanding of theological and philosophical issues by bringing scholars to campus to speak in the fields of biology, psychology, economics, political science, the arts and literature. The wide range of guest scholars invited to the St. Norbert College campus emphasize the importance of a liberal arts education.

The Killeen Chair is named after the late Sylvester Killeen, O.Praem., the second abbot of St. Norbert Abbey and then-chancellor of the college.

For more information on the Killeen Chair, call 920-403-3932 or visit their website at

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