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Posted on Tuesday, Apr. 6, 2010
The Catholic Green Initiative of Santa Clara County: Town Hall Meeting on Environmental Stewardship
The gathering will focus on the theology of stewardship, how it is central to our Christian heritage, and why it must be a Catholic concern. We will also discuss how to engage and activate your parish and your community It will include breakout sessions discussing how we can act in environmentally conscious ways.
When: April 10, 2010, 8:00 am to 1:00pm
Where: Archbishop Mitty High School - Aymar Event Center (map it)
Please RSPV before April 9 here.
Guest Artist Series: Performance and Workshop
As part of its Guest Artist Series, the Justice and the Arts Initiative is bringing Mauricio Selgado of Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP) to Santa Clara University on April 12th. Selgado's visit will include a performance and workshop and a question and answer period, and will also feature a presentation by Santa Clara alum Grace Patil about her work with ASTEP in India. Light refreshments will follow the program. The Justice and the Arts Initiative, in partnership with the entire university, aims to promote a culture of the arts and social justice which has a strong presence in campus life. Reservations for the program are appreciated and can be made by e-mailing email@example.com.
To learn more about the program, e-mail JAI or visit www.scu.edu/cas/jai.
40th Annual Senior Design Conference
When: May 6, 2010, 1:30pm to 5 pm
Senior Design Presentations: 1:30 – 4:30 pm, Engineering Center and Learning Commons
Demonstrations of Student Projects: 4:30 – 5:00 pm, Engineering Quad
National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology Program Webinar
Climate Policy 101: The College Student's Guide to U.S. Climate Legislation
When: April 8 at 2:00 pm Eastern
This webinar will summarize the current state of affairs for the climate bill, cap and trade, potential roadblocks, and opportunities for job creation and education. Other legislation highlighted: University Sustainability Program and the Community College Act.
The webinar, with Q&A, will be 1 hour. Participants will receive dial-in and URL information two days before the conference. Participants that want to participate via the phone only can request a copy of the presentation.
Click here to register for the April 8 webinar.
Earth Week 2010 Events
Sunday, April 18th
Tunnel of Oppression
Contact Pat Delves for additional information.
Monday, April 19th
Greg Boyle, S.J.
Wednesday, April 21st
Earth Day Festival
Interfaith Earth Day Meditation
Thursday, April 22nd
Power to the People: Renewable Energy for Underserved Communities
Friday, April 23rd
Growing Community: The Bronco Urban Gardens (BUG) Program
Blessing of the Forge (SCU Community Garden)
Battle of the Bands: Rock the Planet!