Join in the first in a three-part event series, St. Kate’s Reads, where the St. Kate’s community comes together to enjoy common reading and thoughtful dialogue. This season’s first event will feature a dinner and discussion surrounding Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower.
As we mark the 40th anniversary of the Multicultural and International Programs and Services Department this fall, we can think of no better way to honor this milestone than to bring together our multicultural and international gradutates, former MIPS staff members and current MIPS students to celebrate the growth and vibrancy of MIPS over the years.
Professor emerita Mary Margaret Smith, PhD, will look at our current political climate and explore ideas on how we got here, look at what happens with the midterm elections and talk about the implications of the results and moving forward.
Let's raise $500,000 in one day! For one day every year, the St. Kate’s community comes together for a great cause. Each gift is a pledge to change a student's life.
Show your support on November 14.
Join the University community for a celebration of St. Catherine of Alexandria, the patron saint of students, philosophers, and scholars. Alumnae/i are invited to a special reception at 5:30 p.m. in Rauenhorst Ballroom.
A panel of St. Kate’s recent graduates discuss how they are working for change in the world and how you can too!
A beloved St. Kate's winter tradition. A lively panel of avid readers discusses some of the best in new fiction and nonfiction. Bring your book club!
Recall and share your favorite St. Kate's memories, and have a blast making new memories at Reunion 2019.
In summer 2019, we celebrate Katies who graduated in years ending in 4 or 9:
1944 • 1949 • 1954 • 1959 • 1964 • 1969 • 1974 • 1979 • 1984 • 1989 • 1994 • 1999 • 2004 • 2009
Enjoy a 12-day literary journey in England, the lives and works of three renowned women authors will come alive. Site visits to village and city places directly relevant to our three featured authors’ personal worlds and fictional settings will be integrated with animated discussions of three novels: Austen’s Persuasion; Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Virginia Woolf’s Night and Day.