President's Newsletter March 2017

Coming Events

Be sure to mark your calendar for a number of outstanding events coming to campus this spring.

Artist, author and Holocaust survivor Nelly Toll will talk about her experiences on March 27, at 7:30 p.m., in the library’s Bonaventure Room. Her compelling artwork will be on display until April 19.

The annual Batdorf Lecture will focus on “Eviction, an Ethical Dilemma,” March 21, 4 p.m., in the McGlinn Center.

The spring Francis Factor/Hesburgh Lecture, “Human Rights and the Catholic Church, from Saint Francis to Pope Francis,” will be held April 6, 7 p.m., in McGlinn, featuring Notre Dame’s Paolo Carozza.

The annual Interfaith Lecture on “The Art of Interfaith Understanding: A Tour of Interfaith Art at the Philadelphia Museum” with Dr. John Hougen will be held April 25, 7 p.m., in the McGlinn Center.

A new business leadership series sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership offers opportunities for professional, personal and business growth for entrepreneurs, families in business, and strategic-level executives with closely held firms. Upcoming breakfast-event topics include customer relationship management (April 18) and digital marketing strategies (May 24).

And I’m happy to say that by popular request, MargaritaVern is moving to Saturday (May 6) and being combined with a new Alvernia tradition. The weekend will kick off with an online Day of Giving event on May 5. (More information will soon be coming from the Alumni Association.) Follow Alvernia Alumni on social media for timely updates on this and many other developments.

Honors Convocation will be held Sunday, April 23, Spring Fling occurs on the following weekend, and graduation ceremonies will be May 13.

Visit the online calendar for information on all university events.

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