Responding to Microaggressions
Thursday, May 12, 2022, 5-7 p.m.
This interactive workshop, facilitate by Rebecca Slaby from AMAZEworks, will provide a space for alumni to learn to initiate important conversations about identity, differences, bias, prejudice, and stereotypes, using an Anti-Bias Educational model. Gain an understanding of how to help create conditions for belonging for everyone in your family, workplace, and community.
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Watch Past Webinars
A Seat at the Table: The 2021 Minnesota Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
Presented by Diane Fittipaldi, MBA, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Business Administration
Watch this presentation on the findings of the Minnesota Census of Women in Corporate Leadership for alumni and friends. Every year, St. Catherine University's School of Business produces the Minnesota Census on Women in Corporate Leadership, a research study that examines the representation of women on boards of directors and as executive officers in Minnesota's largest publicly held companies. In this year's census, Minnesota firms made room at the table for women, but not every table and not all women.
St. Kate's Reads
In celebration of Women’s History Month, and in collaboration with Alumni Relations, the Center for Women, and University Library Archives, join a discussion of The Fierce Life of Grace Holmes Carlson: Catholic, Socialist, Feminist led by author Donna T. Haverty-Stacke. Grace Holmes Carlson is a 1929 graduate of the College of St. Catherine; she later became a beloved teacher and administrator of St. Mary’s Junior College, now part of St. Catherine University.
Hear about current topics in the field of nursing and what is new in the nursing program at St. Kate’s from Dr. Fero, the dean of nursing in the Henrietta Schmoll School of Health.
Conversation with Books 2022 A tradition since 1965! Enjoy a lively panel discussion about the best new fiction and non-fiction, with a few selections to enhance our backgrounds in reading. 2022 Book list, 2022 Additional Readings List
Conversation with Books 2021 - 2021 Book List
Vespers, May Our Love Give Life, Reunion 2021, Prayer Leader Sister Karen Hilgers, Music by Rosie Romportl, Choir Director Ginny Claessens McDonald '57, First Reading by Sister Sharon Howell and alumna celebrant Mary Albright Michel '71, Storyteller is Sister Therese Sherlock and the reflection on the readings is written and offered by Sister Joan Mitchell.
Reflections from the President, Reunion 2021, presented by ReBecca Koenig Roloff '76.
Financial Acumen, presented by Presented by Megan Kalina and Sally Adams. Powerpoint with links to resources.
Using Your Influencing Skills to Get Things Done, presented by Julie Beckel Nelsen ’91, MBA, assistant professor of business administration. Powerpoint with links to resources.
Higher Education as a River of Fire: A Lifelong Quest for Growth, presented by Bill McDonough, PhD, professor of theology and coordinator of graduate theology. Powerpoint.
Making a Difference: My Fight for Native Rights and Social Justice by Ada Deer and Theda Perdue, University of Oklahoma Press, 2019. Margret McCue-Enser, assistant professor of communication studies, will present her research on "Ada Deer," a Menominee spokesperson and Native American Rights advocate.
Daybreak Woman: An Anglo-Dakota Life by Jane Carroll, History, International Studies and Women’s Studies, Sister Mona Riley Endowed Chair in the Humanities.
St. Kate's Integrated Learning Series Lectures Integrated Learning at St. Catherine University is a multidimensional expression of an active Liberal Arts pedagogy. Located at the intersection of creative energy and critical reflection, the Integrated Learning Series is one way we partner academics with activism, the paper with the performance, and the campus with the community. It is the array of courses, activities, speakers, events, performances and exhibitions that coalesce into our ways of knowing. The Integrated Learning Series is the web that binds our learning experiences together and the narratives that connect our collective community.
Additional Online Resources
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Lesson Plans for Families
Pivoting to this virtual world with young children at home has presented challenges and victories. In an effort to share St. Kate’s resources with families acclimating to distance learning, we have partnered with our Early Childhood Center to offer some of their lesson plans to you. May 2021 lessons, March 2021 lessons, February 2021 lessons, January 2021 lessons. 2020 lessons: November lessons - October lessons - August lessons - July lessons - June lessons - May lessons
Audit an Online Course
Check out St. Kate’s courses now offered online. Alumni near and far, this is your chance to audit an online course.
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