Explore the literary links between Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte and Virginia Woolf. Geri Chavis, professor emerita of English, will discuss the significant links between these three women authors who notably influenced the literary world for over a century.
Join in the second 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 edition will feature Landscape of the Song of Songs by Elaine James, theology professor.
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!
All first-year and transfer students at St. Kate's take an introductory course called The Reflective Woman as part of the core curriculum. In this course, students share a meal with alumnae and interview them about their lives. We need 150+ alumnae to participate in these interviews each semester.
The topic of confidence at work is one women face regularly. This session addresses what women can do to build confidence and pursue the promotion, the recognition, and the seat at the table.
Katies Connect is a semi-annual gathering of St. Kate's graduates, featuring professional networking and an inspirational talk by a St. Kate's alumna. It's free, and food is provided, but please RSVP.
Learn to tackle your professional challenges, regardless of industry, by using effective storytelling skills.
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.