Online Learning for Alumni

Lifelong Learning Online Programs

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"Virtual Connections" Archived Recordings

Who is the Dear Neighbor? Sociological perspectives on Community and Justice in the time of Covid-19 with Daniel Williams, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, and affiliate faculty in Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity and Women's Studies.

Sister Anne Joachim Moore Lectures

The Moore Lectureship Award was established in 1995 to honor Sister Anne Joachim Moore, the founder and President of St. Mary’s Junior College (1964-1986).  The purpose of the award is to promote an understanding of the connection between social justice and higher education in our community, a view Sister Anne Joachim espoused. Each year the Moore Lectureship award recognizes a faculty or staff member who has demonstrated this commitment to justice through their work at St. Catherine University. These lectures are given during our annual Faculty and Staff workshops and now available here for all alumni!

2020, Amy Hamlin, Associate Professor of Art and Art History, What is an Education for? Change and Adaptation for a Culture of Inquiry

2019, Thelma Obah, Director of the O'Neill Center for Academic Development, Making Sense: Life Lessons and Center Stories

2018, Geri Chavis, Professor of English and Women’s Studies speaks on Truth, Lies and Fiction: Reflections on a Life's Journey

2017, Janet Dahlem, Associate Professor of Holistic Health, Breaking the Silence for Justice... Honey, Be Fearless

2016, Kathy Daniels, Director, Catherine G. Murphy Gallery, ART: Another Road to Social Justice

2015, Donna Hauer, Director of Multicultural and International Programs and Services, The Simplicity and Complexity of Authentic Relationship

2014, Margaret Dexheimer Pharris, Professor and Associate Dean for Nursing, Embracing a Transformative Mindset with Social Justice as a Rudder

2013 Hui Wilcox, Professor of Sociology, Women's Studies and Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity, The Desire to be Whole: Meditation on Dance, Pedagogy, and Social Justice