The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies is very pleased to present Dr. Wes Jackson, founder and President of The Land…
Alvernia University Associate Professor of Theology Kevin Godfrey, Ph.D. will present the Cardinal Newman Lecture at 7 p.m. on Tuesday,…
On Tuesday, January 31, Newman University history professors Dr. Cheryl Golden and Dr. Kelly McFall will present “‘From California to…
As part of the Cardinal Newman Week events, Edward J. Miller will give a presentation titled “On Being an Alma Mater: Newman’s Experience and Ours.” The talk will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22, in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
The Gerber Institute enjoyed the presentation by noted Catholic author and columnist E. J. Dionne, who spoke at Newman University on…
The Gerber Institute will extend its examination of the study theme “Reconciling Differences” at least one more year. Additionally, however, the Institute’s programming for the 2009-2010 academic year will address the theme of reconciliation with a focus on the specific areas of healthcare and education.
Healthcare Reform Discussion Series: Session Three – Healthcare and Immigration Issues
Tarcisia Roths Alumni Center (inside the Dugan Library and Campus Center)
Topic: How do immigration and health care issues intersect? What are the challenges that must be faced?
Panelists: Fran Betzen Cook, Marlene Dreiling, and Deborah Snapp
Healthcare Reform Discussion Series: Session Two – Perspectives on the Relationship between Healthcare and Financing
Cardinal Newman Room (on the lower level of Sacred Heart Hall), Newman University
Topic: How do reimbursement practices affect models of care? How would you re-envision the future?
Panelists: Dr. Ed Hett, Lynette RauvolaBouta, Michael Murphy
The Gerber Institute will present a lecture by author Paula Huston, author of Forgiveness: Following Jesus into Radical Loving and several other spiritual works, at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 7 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center, inside the Dugan Library and Campus Center on the Newman Campus. The event is free and open to the public.