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Exploring Gender artwork

Tuesday, Aug. 19
Play and Discussion, 7 p.m., Galvin Fine Arts Center
Take Two, Sexual assault awareness and prevention play
Sponsored by the Welcome Week Committee

Jackson KatzWednesday, Sept. 10
Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
More than a Few Good Men: A Lecture on American Manhood and Violence Against Women
Jackson Katz, PhD, author, filmmaker, co-founder, Mentors in Violence Prevention
Sponsored by Student Affairs, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Women and Gender Studies, Ambrose Women for Social Justice, Department of Psychology

Book titleTuesday, Sept. 23
Film and discussion, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Half the Sky
Sponsored by First Book and First Year Experience



Tuesday, Oct. 21
ASheryl WuDunnmbrose Women for Social Justice Conference, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Gender, Narrative and Justice: The Power of Story
Registration info at www.sau.edu/socialjustice

Sheryl WuDunn Public Lecture, 7 p.m., Galvin Fine Arts Center
'Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide'
Sheryl WuDunn, MBA, MPA, co-author, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
Sponsored by Ambrose Women for Social Justice, First Year Experience, Galvin Fine Arts Center, Women and Gender Studies, School of Social Work, Academic and Student Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, College of Health and Human Services, Office of Diversity, Baecke Endowment for the Humanities, Communication Department, St. Ambrose Library, Kokjohn Endowment and the Sociology and Criminal Justice Department.
Presented with support from the John J. Quail Foundation

CarrollArtworkWednesday, Oct. 29-Friday, Dec. 12
Catich Gallery, Galvin Fine Arts Center
Patty Carroll: Anonymous Women
Contemporary Chicago photographer
Thursday, Nov. 6
Artist Lecture, 4-4:45 p.m., Galvin 131
Reception, 5-7 p.m., Catich Gallery

Wednesday, Nov. 5
Film and discussion, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
The Invisible War
Sponsored by the Sexual Assault Awareness Team

Thursday, Nov. 13
St. Ambrose University School of Social Work Continuing Education Event, 1-4:15 p.m.
The Ethical is Political: Examining Social Work Ethics Through a Gendered Lens
Katherine Van Blair, MSW, PhD; Professor and Director, School of Social Work, St. Ambrose University
St. Ambrose North Educational Center, 1950 E 54th St., Davenport
No cost to members of the campus community and current SAU MSW agency field instructors
$20 registration fee for all others
Registration for event at www.sau.edu/msw


BotheloThursday, Nov. 13

Richard Geiger History Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
The Gender Neutrality of Old Age: Ageing, Medicine, and Money in Early Modern Europe
Lynn Botelho, PhD, distinguished faculty, Indiana University of Pennsylvania



Friday, Nov. 14

Concert, 5 p.m., Madsen Hall, Galvin Fine Arts Center
Casual Classics: Gender in Music


Monday, Dec. 1
Children's Literature Course Student Displays, 12:15 to 12:45 p.m., Ambrose Hall, John Lewis Board Room
Children's Literature Displays


charcoalMonday, Jan. 12-Friday, Feb. 20
Catich Gallery, Galvin Fine Arts Center
Patrick Earl Hammie: Recent Works
Narrative portrait painter
Thursday, Jan. 22
Artist Lecture, 4-4:45 p.m., Galvin 131
Reception, 5-7 p.m., Catich Gallery

Wednesday, Jan. 28
College of Business Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Gender and Leadership at Work

Thursday, Feb. 5
Baecke Endowment for the Humanities Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
The Myth of the Superwoman Revisited: Black Feminism and the Civil Rights Movement
Michele Wallace, PhD, Professor of English, City College of New York

Monday, Feb. 9
Folwell Lecture in Political Science and Pre-Law, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
The Arab Spring: Did All Go Wrong?
Amaney A. Jamal, PhD, Professor, Political Science, focusing on the Middle East at Princeton University
Sponsored by The World Affairs Council of the Quad Cities, St. Ambrose University Middle East Institute

Tuesday, Feb. 17
Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Pink and Sexy: Whatever Happened to Child's Play?
Krisann Bergo Brown, PhD, Sociology Professor, Black Hawk College
Sponsored by Intercultural Life, American Association of University Women

Tuesday, March 3
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Lecture, 7 p.m., Galvin Fine Arts Center
Film Screening, followed by dialogue with the filmmaker
Straight Laced - How Gender's Got Us All Tied Up
Debra Chasnoff, President and Senior Producer, GROUNDSPARK

Tuesday, March 17
Film and panel discussion, 7 p.m., Ambrose Hall Beehive
Any Kid, Anywhere: Sex Trafficking Survivor Stories
Cathy O'Keeffe, Executive Director, Braking Traffik
Sponsored by Braking Traffik

Thursday, March 19
Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Wilber Symposium on the Christian Tradition and Non-Violence
Charismatic Women Witnesses of Peace
Margaret Pfeil, PhD, Assistant Theology Professor, University of Notre Dame

GibsonFriday, March 27
Slam Poetry, 7:30 p.m., Galvin Fine Arts Center
Andrea Gibson
Tickets: $14 adults, $12 faculty/staff/alumni/senior citizens, $10 non-SAU students, $9 groups,
SAU students with current valid student ID are free
Ticket office: 563/333-6251 for information and tickets

Friday, April 3-Friday, May 15
Morrissey Gallery, Galvin Fine Arts Center
Gender: A Printmaking Portfolio Exchange
Reception, Thursday, April 9, 5-7 p.m.

Monday, April 6
The St. Ambrose University Middle East Institute Visiting Scholar Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Engendering Politics in the Middle East
Hamideh Sedghi, PhD, former visiting scholar at Harvard's Center for Middle Eastern studies
Special thanks to the Adler-Schermer Foundation for their gift to the St. Ambrose University Middle East Institute

Wednesday, April 22
Hauber Chair of Biology Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center Ballroom
Sex in the Wild: Lessons About the Evolutionary Importance of Sexual Reproduction from a New Zealand Snail
Maurine Neiman, PhD, Associate Professor of Biology (Evolution Group), University of Iowa

Thursday, May 7
St. Ambrose University School of Social Work Seventeenth Annual Social Justice Conference, 8:30 a.m.–noon, Rogalski Center Ballroom
The State of LGBT Human Rights: A Global Perspective
Gary Bailey, MSW, ACSW, Professor of Practice, Simmons School of Social Work, Boston
Member, Council on Social Work Education Global Committee; Human Rights Committee
Immediate Past President, International Federation of Social Workers
Past President, National Association of Social Workers
Morning only registration, including breakfast and CEUs, $25
No cost to current SAU students, faculty, and staff; and current SAU MSW agency field instructors
Registration for event at www.sau.edu/msw