Lifelong Learning

St. Catherine University promotes learning as a continuous and lifelong process and provides spiritual, educational and professional experiences that enhance quality of life and empower alumnae/i.

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    Online Learning

    Alumnae/i have asked for online learning opportunities, and we listened! Participate in our series of online presentations about relevant and current topics, featuring St. Kate's faculty who are experts in their field.

    Each free program is one hour, starting a noon, 30-40 minutes of presentation followed by a period of questions and answers. Because these events are by phone and/or online, you can participate wherever you happen to be!

    Detailed program descriptions coming soon.

    Registration is required — online registration is coming soon! Instructions on how to access the presentation will be sent with your registration confirmation.

  • October 17

    Understanding Structural Racism

    This session will be presented by Vincent Skemp, professor of theology, and Nancy Heitzeg, professor of sociology.

  • november 14

    Social Determinants of Health: A Public Health Primer

    Presented by Mary O’Neill Hearst, professor of public health.

  • january 16

    Critical Thinking in the Digital Environment: Discerning the Truth in News

    Presented by Dr. Joyce Yukawa, professor of library and information science

  • March 13

    Our International Graduates: Making a Difference, Transforming the World

    Presented by Donna Hauer, CSJ Consociate and director of St. Kate's Multicultural and International Programs and Services