Plan now for fall 2010 events

Jul 15, 2010

Newman University will present a variety of speakers, celebrations and other activities of interest this fall. Look for more details coming soon on these events.

Monday, Sept. 13

Immaculée Ilibagiza

Rwandan genocide survivor and New York Times best selling author.
7 p.m. – Performance Hall

Sunday, Sept. 19

John Henry Cardinal Newman Beatification Ceremony

Re-airing of the ceremony performed by Pope Benedict XVI in England
8:30 p.m. – Dugan-Gorges Conference Center

Saturday, Oct. 2

Party on the Plaza

Fundraising and social event featuring food and drink, auctions, live music and more!
5 p.m. – Newman University Founders Plaza

Thursday, Oct. 14

Hesburgh Lecture

University of Notre Dame Professor Stephan Fallon presents “Reading Great Books with the Homeless”
7 p.m. – Dugan-Gorges Conference Center

Tuesday, Oct. 26

An Evening with E.J. Dionne on Health Care Reform

Washington Post columnist, Georgetown University professor and NPR commentator speaks on health care reform.
7:30 p.m. – Performance Hall

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Trial of the Shroud of Turin

Former federal prosecutor and Shroud of Turin expert Larry Schauf explores whether the shroud is the burial cloth of Jesus or a medieval hoax.
7 p.m. – Dugan-Gorges Conference Center

Thursday, Nov. 11

Timothy Kirk on Health Care Ethics

CUNY-York College Philosophy Professor Timothy Kirk looks at nursing and health care ethics in relation to hospice and palliative care.
7 p.m. – Location to be determined