Join us for the Philosophy Department's Annual St. Albert the Great Lecture
This year's lecture is entitled Walking with Pope Francis: Encouraging Dialogue and Friendship at Gannon. It is also part of the CHESS Racial Justice: Be the Change lecture series. Please register for this event in advance by following this link: http://www.gannonalumni.org/event/albert.
Join three Gannon leaders for a discussion of justice, diversity, and inclusion at Gannon, in the context of Catholic Social Teaching from Fratelli Tutti. Gannon faculty, staff, students, and alumni are invited to participate in the conversation.
The Annual St. Albert the Great lecture sponsored by the Philosophy Department invites colleagues to present their current research in the spirit of interdisciplinary learning and exploration in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
Dr. Lori Lindley, Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Rebecca Perry, Director of the Center for Social Concerns
-Co-chairs of Gannon's Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion Steering Committee
Dr. Eric Dart, Chair of the Theology Department and the Liberal Studies Task Force