Events

Travel Grants for Students

ATTENTION CSS STUDENTS: Did you write a really awesome research paper in the last year or two for one of your CSS courses? Planning to present at a conference or attend a conference for some research experience? The Department of Cultural and Social Studies has some funding for you! Send an email to Dr. Heinemann with your request! 

Fall 2018 Events

Social Reconciliation Conference - September 28 & 29

Harper Center, Room 3028

Sept. 28 and 29, Creighton University will host a conference with scholars from nine different institutions meditating on peacemaking and reconciliation, especially as those ideals are found in Roman Catholic history, traditions and sacraments.

This conference is sponsored by the Office of Mission and Ministry and the Center for Catholic Thought. For more information, please contact Carol Krajicek.

St. Francis Day Celebration - October 4

Mass - 12:00pm (Noon) at St. John's Church, Rev. Alexander Roedlach, SVD presiding

Lunch - 12:45 - 2:00pm, Lower St. John's

All are welcome and encouraged to attend a celebration with St. Francis, and a re-commitment to the St. Francis Pledge.

The St. Francis Spirit of Sustainability award will be presented by Dr. Ryan Wishart.

This event is co-sponsored by the Schlegel Center for Service & Justice, Campus Ministry, St. John's Church, the Justice & Peace Studies Program, and the Office of Sustainability Programs.

Experience of a Palestinian Christian: Oppression and Hope for Peace - Wednesday, October 4 at 7pm, Harper Center, Room 3028

Born in Jerusalem in 1947, Nora Arsenian Carmi is a Palestinian Christian who became a refugee in her own city, divided after the establishment of the Israeli State. Nora has served as community builder in Palestinian society in both professional and voluntary capacities. In 2009, Nora was chosen to address His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to the Holy Land. In 2015 she was among the delegation privileged to meet His Holiness Pope Francis.

Campus sponsors include the Justice & Peace Studies Program and the Creighton University Muslim Student Association.

Resilience: Informing Our Practice to Protect Our Children, An Inter-Professional Summit on ACES - Tuesday, October 24 at 5pm, Harper Center, Room 3023

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The Social Work Program at Creighton University, partnering with Project Harmony, is hosting the event Resilience: Informing Our Practice to Protect Our Children. The purpose of this event is to foster an environment for learning how to be a better professional, provider, practitioner and person.

This is intended to be an inter-professional dialogue and exploration of a topic that can directly impact your skills and service to clients, patients, students and the community. To that end, we invite juniors and seniors particularly in the majors of Social Work, Nursing, Healthcare Administration and Policy, Sociology, Medical Anthropology, and Education or pre-health majors. The importance of this topic is directly applicable to students in professional and graduate training in health and law.