Everyday Events

Sock Drive

Feb. 8 through Feb. 20 Mission Week Socks and Underwear Drive will be collecting (new) wear (sizes 0-12) for our service partner Cradles to Crayons; a non-profit providing clothing and supplies to local children in need.

Image, Immersion and Bolivia

All week the 2nd floor of the Post Learning Commons will be showcasing photos from the SJU Immersion to Fe y Alegria Bolivia by Dr. David Parry, Communications.

Teach-In Tuesday

All Day | On Campus

Various faculty are teaching to the Mission Week theme on this day.

An Episcopal church with a pale green, triangular roof stands proudly in the middle of the photo. The sky is grey and stormy, and the path leading to the building is of pale red stone. The trees are lush and green, with one purple tree standing just in front of the building.

Communities Holding Each Other Accountable Through Educational, Restorative and Constructional Processes

11am | Cardinal Foley Center

Sociology faculty member Dr. Don Haldeman, and a Student Life Administrator Mr. Bill Bordak, will hold a session on theories of either restorative or educational processes that could be used for incidents of offense, harm, bias or conflict. Then students Andrea Mueller ’20, Gabrielle Stevenson ’21, Jerimiah Milligan ’20 and Paul Ammons ’20 will offer a session engaging the audience about applying these theories to our life on campus and in partnership with external communities.

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Love Thy Neighbor: Refugee & Immigrant Services in Philadelphia

7pm | Cardinal Foley Center

Sponsored by: The Faith-Justice Institute, the Klein Fund and the SJU Refugee & Immigrant Working Group

The Faith-Justice Institute, the Klein Fund and the SJU Refugee & Immigrant Working Group are co-sponsoring this panel discussion. The panelists include Bethany Welch from the Aquinas Center, Cathryn Miller-Wilson from HIAS of PA, and Ed Lis from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Sociology professor Dr. Susan Clampet-Lundquist will be moderating the discussion.