Current Year Theme and Events

2013-2014

We're currently working on the following events.  If information is lacking, please check back later for details.

Winter & Spring 2014 Theme: Making a Living, Making a Life.

 

Winter Quarter

“Making a Living, Making a Life”:  Work, Money & Meaning
A faculty lecture series featuring Cynthia Clark, Steven Horn, Charles Fischer, Sandra Lepper, Don Smith, Jason Ripper, Margaret Riordan, & Mike VanQuickenborne
12:20-1:20 in WHI 105 on Tuesdays (Jan. 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, & Mar. 4).

Literature & Liberal Education
Dr. Andrew Tadie, Associate Professor of English, Seattle University
12:20-1:50 on Wed., Feb. 26
JKC 106
A popular professor at Seattle University, Andrew Tadie is the founder of their "Faith and Great Ideas" program. He's also on the board of directors for the Seattle G.K. Chesterton Society, and a faculty associate with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI). He is a frequent participant in ISI's summer honors programs and a mentor of ISI Honors Fellows. He's the co-editor of The Riddle of Joy: G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis, and the co-editor of Permanent Things: Toward the Recovery of a More Human Scale at the End of the Twentieth Century.

Faculty Performances

 

Spring Quarter

“Making a Living, Making a Life”:  Work, Money & Meaning
A faculty lecture series featuring Cynthia Clark, Steven Horn, Charles Fischer, Sandra Lepper, Don Smith, Jason Ripper, Margaret Riordan, & Mike VanQuickenborne
10:00-11:00 in WHI 105 on Tuesdays (Apr. 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13, 20, & 27).

Holocaust Survivor Forum Series
12:20-1:20 in JKC 101 on Wednesdays April 9, 23, May 7, and 21
Speakers to be announced later

Faculty Performances

Tuesday Travelogues

 

Past Theme and Events

Fall 2012:  Revolutions  (Continuation of the Winter/Spring 2012 themes.)
2013: Exploring enlightenment in a material world.