Spring 2022 Events

CBL Academic Conference Panel: "CBL Across Disciplines," Wednesday, April 27th, 10:45am-12:15pm, Stein 212

  • Join the Donelan Office for a CBL Academic Conference Panel Presentation, "CBL Across Disciplines." This panel will feature students from a variety of CBL courses. The students will share about their CBL courses and projects/placements, as well as about their learnings from the CBL experience. Refreshments will be served!
  • CBL Courses and Students Featured:

    • "Beginnings and Endings" - Kit Meszaros ‘24 and Lindsay Riordan ‘25
    • "Art of Africa and the Americas" and "Kings and Caliphs" - Grace Morrissey ‘22
    • "Theology of Making" - Luke Birch ‘25 and Michael Scuderi ‘25
    • "Filmmaking in Spanish" - Diana Chavez Cruz ‘24 and Sam Kirkpatrick ‘24
    • "Seeking Justice" - Molly Doyle ‘22 and Rachel Enad ‘22

CBL Dialogue Session: "20 Years of CBL and Looking Ahead," Wednesday, April 20th, 5pm, Rehm Library

  • Join us to commemorate 20 years of CBL! The panel discussion will include panelists Fátima Oseida '20 and Anh Phan '21 (former CBL Interns), as well as CBL professor, Prof. Ginny Ryan and longtime community partner with the WPS Transition Program, Judy Freedman. The panelists will help us to reflect on the last 20 years of CBL programming and partnerships between Holy Cross and the Worcester community, and allow us to think about what we hope for the future of the Donelan Office.

Community Engagement Pop-Up, Tuesday, March 15th, 4-6pm, Levis Browsing Room of Dinand Library

  • Want to learn more about Community Engagement at Holy Cross? Stop by the Community Engagement Pop-Up on March 15th between 4 and 6pm in the Levis Browsing Room of Dinand (bottom floor). Come early so you can be sure to snag a cupcake from The Queen's Cups!

CBL Dialogue Session: "'Toxic Charity'/Getting Started with CBL," Wednesday, February 23rd, 6pm, Hogan 406

  • Join CBL Interns for a discussion on getting started with CBL, definitions of charity, and how to mitigate potential negative effects of volunteering. All students are welcome.

Review select past events on our Events - Archive webpage.