October 31 - PBK Visiting Scholar, John Comaroff, African & African American Studies, Anthropology, Harvard. View flyer for event.
4:00 p.m."How Europe and America Are Evolving Towards Africa," Beckman Auditorium, Ames Library
5:30 - 6:45 p.m. Reception with Faculty & Students, Beckman Foyer, Ames Library
7:00 p.m. ""Ethnicity, Inc.," Beckman Auditorium, Ames Library
November 1 - Sister Simone Campbell, leader of the Nuns on the Bus movement, lawyer, and national coordinator of NETWORK, a Catholic social justice lobby, will be on campus to speak about and engage in conversation about poverty and justice and how communities can alleviate suffering and close the gap between rich and poor. Students, staff and faculty are invited.
12 p.m. Lunch with Sister Simone Campbell, Davidson Room, Memorial Center.
7 p.m. Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall
November 7 - Justin Ahrens, IWU Alum, Rule29, “Design for Good”: For more than 10 years, Justin Ahrens has led Rule29 in the firm’s
commitment to “making creative matter®.” Through a collaborative
approach to both strategy and design, Rule29 has fostered a culture that
encourages involvement in many social issues. This is particularly
evident by the company’s GIVE initiative with includes their substantial
work in many social causes including work with veterans and in Africa.
Ahrens has also been a consistent voice for the design community as it
relates to balancing life, design and business. He is the author of Life Kerning: Creative Ways to Fine Tune Your Perspective on Career and Life.
4:30 p.m. Art Building, Room 218
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