Join us Thursday, October 1, 2015 to hear Shannon Dunn '02, our second speaker in our new series: the Douglas Edwards Alumni Lecture Series. What a great opportunity to hear what one of our alumni is doing now.
Shannon graduated in 2002 with a major in religion. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Gonzaga University.
Shannon will be available for a FREE lunch gathering with students on
Thursday, October 1st
Conference Room 230A (Upper Marshall Hall on the second floor of the SUB).
During this time, she will be available to speak casually with students and share her insights on graduate school and possible career options for religion majors. Details on how to get your free lunch in the sub paid for by the Dept of Religious Studies will be forthcoming to those who make reservations to attend the luncheon.
***If you would like to attend the luncheon, please email Connie at email@example.com by THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1ST AT 9:00 AM, so that I can let you know how to get your lunch paid for by our department.***
Shannon's topic at 5:00pm is: The Necessity of Courage for Democracy…The Promise and the Limits of an Arisotelian Approach
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Thompson Hall 193
PLEASE JOIN US! No reservations necessary.