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* Student-only event


Thursday, Feb. 27
7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Chair of Catholic Studies Lecture
What is Really Going on in the Cosmos and What Should We Be Doing About It?
John F. Haught, PhD, Georgetown University

Sunday, March 2
3 p.m., Galvin Fine Arts Center
PREMIERE Sustainability Concert
A new composition by William Campbell, PhD, St. Ambrose University, with lyrics by Wendell Berry
University Chorale, Chamber Singers and Bee Sharp with Dr. Glenda Crawford, conductor
Sponsored by Music Department, Galvin Fine Arts Center

Robert MusilWednesday, March 19
7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Lecture
Can St. Ambrose Save the Planet?
Robert Musil, PhD, American University



Rev. Robert GrantThursday, March 27

7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Wilber Symposium on the Christian Tradition and Non-Violence
Ecocide: Violence and the Environment
Rev. Robert Grant, PhD, St. Ambrose University


Friday, March 28

7:30 p.m., Allaert Auditorium, Galvin Fine Arts Center
CONCERT Shemekia Copeland
Galvin Performing Arts Series

Wes JacksonNOTE DATE CHANGE, Wednesday, April 2
7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Baecke Endowment for the Humanities Lecture
Beginning the Journey from an Industrial to an Ecological World View
Wes Jackson, PhD, President, The Land Institute

*Thursday-Saturday, April 10-12
Field Trip Loess Hills, western Iowa
Chad Graeve, Natural Resource Specialist, Pottawattamie County Conservation
STUDENTS ONLY
Contact Kemper Rusteberg
Sponsored by GreenLife

Monday, April 14
7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Panel Discussion: Sustainability in Business
A panel of area leaders will discuss environmental sustainability practices as part of their organizations' bottom line.

St. Ambrose's sixth yearlong project series, "Sustainability" is focusing attention on ethical practices relative to the earth, its resources and to humans. Series events include lectures, films, concerts, artistic performances and exhibits. 

Completed Events

* Student-only event

*Thursday, Aug. 29
7 p.m., Ambrose Hall Beehive
PrairieCinema outdoor movie
Film: Avatar (2009)
STUDENTS ONLY

borowiec printSept. 11-Oct. 18
Catich Gallery
Thursday, Sept. 19, Artist Lecture 4-4:45 p.m.
Opening Reception 5-7 p.m.
Andrew Borowiec: The New Heartland

*Thursday, Sept. 12
7 p.m., Ambrose Hall Beehive
PrairieCinema outdoor movie
Film: TBA
STUDENTS ONLY

Tuesday, Sept. 17
12:30 p.m., Rogalski Center Gottlieb Conference Center
Constitution Day Panel Discussion
Religious Liberty and the U.S. Constitution
Carson Holloway, PhD, University of Nebraska, Omaha and St. Ambrose faculty

7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Constitution Day Lecture
Sustaining Religious Liberty: The Health and Human Services Mandate and the First Amendment
Carson Holloway, PhD, University of Nebraska-Omaha

Through Oct. 6
Figge Art Museum
Saturday, Sept. 21, Artist lecture 2 p.m. 
Artist: Juan Angel Chavez
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service: Meaning Behind the Object
Free and open to the public with membership or admission; Free for students, faculty/staff
Made possible by a grant from the US Institute of Museum and Library Services

Saturday, Sept. 21
7:30 p.m., Allaert Auditorium, Galvin Fine Arts Center
Matuto
Galvin Performing Arts Series | Buy Tickets

Friday, Sept. 27
7 p.m., Rogalski Center 
Ambrose Women for Social Justice Lecture
Activism, Justice and Future Generations: Indigenous Strategies for a Sustainable Future
Winona LaDuke, activist for sustainable development, climate change, environment and justice in Native America

Thursday, Oct. 3
7 p.m., Ambrose Hall Beehive
CONCERT Prairie Palooza

Friday, Oct. 4
11 a.m., Hayes 113
DEMONSTRATION Sustaining Iowa Prairies
Chad Graeve, Natural Resource Specialist, Pottawattamie County Conservation
Sponsored by GreenLife

*Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 10-12
Loess Hills Field Trip, western Iowa
Chad Graeve, Natural Resource Specialist, Pottawattamie County Conservation
STUDENTS ONLY
Contact: Kemper Rusteberg
Sponsored by GreenLife

Tuesday, Oct. 22
Lecture, 7 p.m., Galvin Fine Arts Center
St. Ambrose University First Book
Living Downstream: An Ecologist's Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment
Sandra Steingraber, PhD, Ithaca College
Sponsored by Academic and Student Affairs, Council for Integrative Learning Environments


October 23-Nov. 22
Catich Gallery
Thursday, Nov. 7, Artist Lecture, 4-4:45 p.m.
Opening Reception 5-7 p.m.
Margaret Whiting: Art and the Environment

RESCHEDULED Community Art Project - New dates to be announced during Spring Semester
COMMUNITY ART PROJECT Prairie Remembered
Sponsored by Council for an Integrative Learning Environment, GreenLife, Art Dept., Library

Wednesday, Nov. 13
Lecture, 7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Helping to Clean America's Rivers: From the Bottom Up
Chad Pregracke, founder, Living Lands and Waters
Sponsored by Campus Ministry & GreenLife

Thursday, Nov. 14
7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Richard Geiger History Lecture
Agent Orange and the Environmental Imaginary
Ed Martini, PhD, Western Michigan University

Wednesday, Nov. 20
2-4 p.m., St. Ambrose University Library
Human Library Day: Interactive Reading Experience
Volunteers from the SAU community

Sunday, Dec. 1
4-5:30 p.m., Lewis Boardroom, Ambrose Hall
The Saint Ambrose of Milan Colloquium
Should We Feed the Poor?
Matt Ehlman '02 and Troy Johnson '00
Ambrose and the Invention of the Poor
Tom Prior '14
Sponsored by The Academy for the Study of Saint Ambrose of Milan and the Student Government Association

Friday, Feb. 7
11 a.m., Hayes 111
DEMONSTRATION Sustaining Iowa Prairies
Chad Graeve, Natural Resource Specialist, Pottawattamie County Conservation
Sponsored by GreenLife

MenningerWednesday, Feb. 12
7 p.m., Rogalski Center
Hauber Chair of Biology Lecture
The Biodiversity in Our Daily Lives: Partnering with the Public to Study the Species Living on Us, in Us, and Around Us
Holly Menninger, PhD, Director of Public Science for Your Wild Life, North Carolina State University