Lifelong Learning Online Programs
Eating to Enhance Immune System Function presented by Megan Baumler, PhD, Assistant Professor, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences
Dr. Baumler is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and has practiced in clinical and community settings. She has been at St. Kate's since the fall of 2018 and is the director of nutrition and dietetics. Megan is passionate about health and wellness, older adult nutrition, and gastrointestinal nutrition.
Watch the recording of Eating to Enhance Immune System Function
Planned Giving 101
Wondering what planned giving means? Curious about how you can support St. Catherine University today and into the future? Join our online conversation with experts, Mary Bennett '78 and Pook Grathwol '84, as we demystify this popular way of making gifts.
Link to the recorded version of Planned Giving 101
What's all this talk about Inclusive Excellence? Presented by Sandra Mitchell, Director of Equity and Inclusion, St. Catherine University
We are hearing a lot lately about Inclusive Excellence at St. Kate's, but what is it about? In this session, we will talk about this framework for diversity, equity and inclusion and what this means to the future of St. Catherine University. Link to recorded version.
View Past Presentations
Miss one of our online presentations? They are all archived and available to watch at your convenience.
Words Matter: Finding Common Humanity through Discourse - CC
Listening: Connection, Creativity and Transformation - CC
The Science of Food: Five Fantastic Foods for Body and Brain - CC
LINK to PDF of The Science of Food PowerPoint and suggested websites HERE
Minnesota Women Writers of Color
The Next Step in Your Career: When to Move on, Where to Go, and How to Get There
Special Lectures; Archived Recordings
Tips for your Twenties
From prepping healthy meals, to taking charge of your personal finances, to implementing mental wellness into your life, our expert lineup of alumni professionals is ready to help you conquer your twenties. Presenters: Emily Niswanger '11, Integrative and Functional Nutrition Dietitian at Anywhere Nutrition, Ka Bao Jennrich '18, Certified Law Student Practitioner at University of St. Thomas School of Law, Jennifer Koehn '89, Senior Planning Analyst at Hennepin County
Seeking Connections and Hope during the Pandemic-Julian of Norwich as a Companion for Us?
Presented by William McDonough, PhD, Professor of Theology, St. Catherine University. In this virtual session Bill will talk about how Julian of Norwich, an anchoress from the 14th century, may help us imagine deeper connections, foster sincere prayer, and help us find sources for hope during this time of Covid-19 and social distancing.
How to Make Sense of Labor Market Data and other Economic Indicators in the Covid Era Presented by Kristine Lamm West, PhD, Associate Professor of Economics, Chair of the St. Catherine University Economics and Political Science department and director of the Minnesota Center for Diversity in Economics. In this virtual session she will discuss the economic shock caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Who is the Dear Neighbor? Sociological perspectives on Community and Justice in the time of Covid-19 Presented by Daniel Williams, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, and affiliate faculty in Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity and Women's Studies.
Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues presented by Sister Helen Prejean.