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Saint Louis University
September 27-November 16
Opening Reception September 27 4:30-6:30
This year's faculty exhibition at Saint Louis University features work by fourteen artists.
A variety of media will be on display ranging from painting and sculpture to metals
and photography. The artists featured in this exhibition are: Amy Bautz, Ilene
Berman, Martin Brief, Jim Burwinkel, Sage Dawson, Deborah Douglas,
Richard Dunn, Peg Fetter, Becky Grass, David Johnson, Nila Petty,
Sharron Pollack, Terri Shay, and Theodore Wood.
The Lilly Graduate Fellows Program is offering ten fellowships of $3000
per year for three years for those who are considering a career teaching at
religiously-affiliated colleges and universities. Those selected will comprise
a cohort that will attend four national conferences over three years at Lilly's
expense. Lilly Graduate Fellows and their mentors will also participate in a
distance colloquium that involves group readings and discussions over the
course of the three year program. This colloquium requires an average time
commitment of 2-3 hours per week. The students in the past six cohorts have
given the program extremely high praise, citing not only the enriching discussions
in the biweekly colloquium but also the emotional and spiritual support that their
mentors and fellow students have offered in withstanding the rigors of graduate
This fellowship is available to those who plan to enroll in a Ph.D., M.F.A. or Th.D.
program in the fall of 2014 in any of the following disciplines: art; art history;
creative writing; history; interdisciplinary studies; languages and literatures; music;
music history; philosophy; religion; rhetoric; theater history; and theater arts. Applicants
must have received a B.A. from Saint Louis University no earlier than April, 2009.
Saint Louis University will nominate three students by November 19. If you know of
talented seniors or recent alumni who are applying for Ph.D. programs in the fall,
please forward this information to them or contact Mark Edward Ruff, Associate
Professor of History, at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.If you have additional
questions, please contact me at the abovementioned email and, most importantly, check
the Lilly Fellows website: www.lillyfellows.org and click on Graduate Fellows Program on
the link in the center of their home page. The link:
http://www.lillyfellows.org/GraduateFellowsProgram.aspx should take you there directly.
For more information, you can contact the Lilly Fellows program directly via e-mail
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 219-464-5317.
James H. Korn Award for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Awards Ceremony
November 5, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., Allied Health Multipurpose Room
The Reinert Center is proud to announce the winners of this year's Jim Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award. We would like to congratulate the members of the IPE Teaching and Learning team:Rebecca Banks, Social Work
Interfaith Partnership's Annual Dinner will be held on Wednesday evening,
November 6, at the St. Louis Marriott West Hotel (near Maryville University).
Doors open at 6 p.m. and the dinner begins at 7 p.m. Michael Wolfe, a Muslim,
author, and filmmaker, will speak about how Islam has partnered with other religions.
Bishop Howard Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will receive
a special award for his many years of leadership with Interfaith Partnership and the
interfaith community of St. Louis. The cost for the dinner is $75 per person ($35 for students).
Make checks out to Interfaith Partnership and send to 483 East Lockwood, Suite
107, St. Louis, MO 63119. Contact Leslie Heberlie at email@example.com for
The 2014 Interfaith Calendar is available for $19.95 (includes shipping/handling).
Make out your check to CRLMC and send to the Council of Religious Leaders of
Metropolitan Chicago, 5401 S. Cornell Avenue, Suite 223, Chicago, Illinois 60615.
Order online at www.crlmc.org. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Active Learning Strategies for The Flipped Classroom: A Mini Workshop
November 14, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m., CGC Seminar Room 124
What would you do with your class time if you didn't have to lecture? That
question is at the heart of the reason faculty are attracted to the flipped
classroom model (reversing what we typically do in the classroom with what
students do on their own outside of class time) and concerned about it at the same
time. In this mini-workshop, we'll examine active learning strategies to help
structure small group work and discussion for the flipped classroom. Participants
are encouraged to bring course syllabi and come prepared to work on a course plan.
(Note: this session does not cover technology such as Tegrity for creating lectures.)
Register for this workshop here.
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The third annual Saint Louis University Art Fair, themed "Where Creativity Touches Lives," will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec 10, in the Wool Ballroom of Busch Student Center. University artists can showcase their talents the third annual event. A portion of the proceeds from the fair will benefit "Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit."
Call for Artists! The SLU Art Fair committee, a subgroup of the MOVE committee, seeks artists for the fair. University faculty, student artists, staff, alumni and immediate family members of the SLU community are eligible to take part, and all creative media are welcome.
There is a $25 non-refundable registration fee (waived for SLU students) to cover the cost of the fair. The registration fee is waived for SLU students.
Set-up for the event will take place from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9. Anyone interested in taking part should complete the Artist Information Form and use the online payment form to pay for registration.
Angelyn Dries, OSF, Professor Emerita, Department of Theological Studies
authored "Catholic Mission in North America, 1910-2010," a chapter in Stephen
B. Bevans, ed., A Century of Catholic Mission. Regnum Edinburgh Centenary
Series, Oxford. The Series commemorates the World Missionary Conference held
in Edinburgh in 1910 and elaborates on the diversity of global mission in the century
that followed, as well as the impetus toward the reunification of Christians.
Angelyn Dries, OSF, Professor Emerita, Department of Theological Studies was
elected Vice President of the American Catholic Historical Association (2014) with
succession to President (2015). The ACHA is an organization of scholars from various
academic fields, archivists, and others who study the historical dimensions of Catholic
Tobias Winright co-edited Environmental Justice and Climate Change: Assessing
Benedict XVI's Ecological Vision for the Catholic Church in the United States. Lanham,
MD: Lexington Books, 2013.
Nathaniel Rivers, Assistant Professor, published "Rhetorical Theory/Bruno Latour" (Video Series). Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture.
"We Have Never Been Critical." (Video). Itineration: Cross Disciplinary Studies in Rhetoric, Media, and Culture.
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