Fall 2021 Events
Community Engagement Night, Monday, September 6th, Hogan Ballroom
This event is for CBL and SPUD students to get signed up with a community partner for the semester/year. Please register in advance on myHC. Register here! Session 1 is at 6pm (students in MONT 104D, SPAN 302, SPAN 304, and SPAN 414 should attend session 1) and Session 2 is at 7pm (students in MONT 102G, MONT 106D, and MONT 108D should attend session 2).
Anti-Racist Community-Engaged Learning: Principles, Practices, and Pedagogy, Monday, September 20th, 11am-4pm (Virtual)
Join in a national dialogue with leading scholars on advancing best practices in anti-racist community-engaged pedagogy. The morning panel will explore a Statement of Principles of Anti-Racist Community-Engaged Pedagogy developed by a four-university team; in afternoon sessions, leading scholars will share how their work relates to these principles, and participants will explore how they can apply the lens of anti-racist community engagement to research and to faculty and staff development. This is a virtual symposium sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (DHE), Campus Compact, Salem State, Worcester State, and Fitchburg State Universities, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Register to attend.
CBL Dialogue Session, Wednesday, September 22nd at 6:30pm, Hogan 406
Join CBL Interns for a conversation on, "Getting started with CBL/Toxic Charity."
JUHAN Student Leadership Conference, September 30th-October 2nd
The Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network (JUHAN) invites students to the 7th Biennial Student Leadership Conference. The Conference brings together students from across the Jesuit network of colleges and universities to learn about how we, as a Jesuit community, can best respond to the humanitarian crises of the world. This year's conference will address climate change as a seminal issue of our time and how it intersects with the field of humanitarian action. Students who attend the conference will learn how to plan initiatives on their home campuses using Laudato Si’ and the forthcoming 7-Year Plan as a framework for action. The Conference will take place on: Thursday, September 30th (5-8pm) Friday, October 1st (5-8pm) Saturday, October 2nd (9am-1pm) Holy Cross students will join the conference virtually and then gather in-person on campus to reflect and action plan on Monday, October 4th at 6:30pm. A limited number of students will be able to take part, so register today. The conference is free for Holy Cross students.
CBL Dialogue Session, Wednesday, December 1st at 6:30pm, Hogan 406
Join CBL Interns and CBL alumni for a conversation on, "Where do we go from here? Living a life of service and justice."