The second “Integrative Conversations” event will take place on Wednesday, November 4, from 7-9 p.m., in the Pilot House bookstore. Titled “A Call to Action: Pope Francis and the Integrity of Creation: The Encyclical on the Environment,” the program will be moderated by College of Arts and Sciences dean Michael Andrews and will include presentations by Christina Astorga, theology; Bill Barnes, business; Steve Kolmes, environmental studies; and Gary Malecha, political science. Members of the Student Leadership and Advising Council (SLAC) will lead student questions and conversation. Faculty and staff are invited to attend, and are asked to encourage their students to come as well.
No RSVP is required. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served. The new Papal Encyclical can be found at this link. For more information contact Laura Hogue, college of arts and sciences, at 7760 or email@example.com.