Exploring the intersection of work and faith, professors and staff members from the various graduate schools will discuss how this intersection plays out in their own work life, and will serve as conversation partners for students who want to learn more about how people integrate their faith and the

Connections aims to explore the intersection of work and faith, and to provide a venue for ongoing conversation about how we navigate the connection between the two. Each session offers the opportunity to hear from professors and other professional staff from the various graduate schools on how this intersection plays out in their own work life, followed by a question and answer period. Connections presenters and other staff members then serve as conversation partners for students who want to learn more about how people integrate their faith and their work.

Friday, November 12, 2021 4:00 pm

From the Lynch School of Education and Human Development:

Charles Cownie, Director, Catholic Teacher Formation / Director, Urban Catholic Teacher Corps

Cristina Gerry, Assistant Program Director, Urban Catholic Teaching Corps 

Elizabeth Sparks, Former Associate Dean (Retired)

Campion 139 and by Zoom

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Contact Ellen Modica, Campus Minister for catechesis.