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Fall 2015 Program Offerings



How to respond to students in distress
Presenter: Eileen Suhrhoff
Thursday, November 5th - 10:00am to 12:00pm

As a caring college community, we are invested in creating a responsive and educated community that can support and responds to students at risk.  This workshop was designed to provide current information, strategies, and resources that will enable staff to identify and respond to Boston College's students in distress.  We hope you will join us in this conversation.

Supporting University Competencies: Big-Picture Perspective

Meet Your Colleague
Fr. Tony Penna, Director of Campus Ministry
Friday, November 13th - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Fr. Tony Penna is the director of Campus Ministry, a post he has held for the past seven years. Prior to assuming this role, he was a campus minister involved in creating the popular 48Hours program and later served as the chaplain to Boston College Athletics for ten years. As a 1970 graduate of Boston College, Fr. Tony is greatly indebted to the Jesuits for his education and even more so for much of his spiritual formation.



Creativity and Transformation in Later Life
Presenter: Michael Connolly
Thursday, December 3rd - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Jung said that the task of the second half of life - the "afternoon" of life - is achieving wholeness and integrity. Perhaps you hear the clock ticking - or think it's already quite late. Don't worry! "Late bloomers" are all around us. Using written cases, video, discussion, and experiential exercises, we will explore different kinds of creativity in the second half of life and identify a few that resonate with you.

Supporting University Competencies: Openness To Change

If you are interested in any of the session listed above, please register as space is limited.