Tuesday, Oct. 19
4:30 p.m., the School of Theology and Religious Studies hosts its annual Quasten Lecture. "The Death of Jesus: Reviewing the History" will be given by Rev. John Donahue, S.J., Raymond E. Brown Distinguished Professor of New Testament Studies, St. Mary's Seminary and University. Caldwell Hall, Monsignor Stephen Happel Room. For more information, call 202-319-5683.
4:45 p.m., the School of Arts and Sciences sponsors a talk about academic and industry partnerships by Robert E. Prince, president and CEO of Duratek Inc. He will be speaking on the lessons that have been learned from the relationship between Catholic University's Vitreous State Laboratory and Duratek. Hannan Hall, Herzfeld Auditorium. For more information, contact the Office of Public Affairs at 202-319-5600
Wednesday, Oct. 20
4:10 p.m, the Department of Mathematics presents "The Radon Transform," by Andrew Vogt, professor, Georgetown University. McMahon Hall, Room 209. For more information, contact Mikhail Ostrovskii at 202-319-5221 or email@example.com.
5:30 p.m., the Department of History, the Graduate Student Association and the Association of History Graduate Students present "Religion and Politics in Europe, 1500-1700," by Philip Benedict, professor, Brown University. Robert Schneider, chair of the history department, will be the commentator. Based on a pre-circulated paper. Light refreshments will be served at 5:15 p.m. Pryzbyla Center, Room 321. For more information or to request a copy of the paper, contact the Department of History at 202-319-5484 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
8 p.m., as part of its first annual film series, the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents "Psycho." CUA faculty and guest artists will give brief presentations before the film. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room A. For more information, call 202-319-5416.
Thursday, Oct. 21
Friday, Oct. 22
8 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents a guest artist/faculty recital featuring the Mark Cook and Friends Jazz Ensemble. Ward Recital Hall. For more information, call 202-319-5416 or visit http://music.cua.edu.
Friday, Oct. 22, to Sunday, Oct. 24
Monday, Oct. 25
Tuesday, Oct. 26
7 p.m., as part of the "Educating the Whole Person: A Series of Lectures and Dialogues with Faculty and Student Life" series, the offices of the vice provost, student life and housing and residential services present "Fighting Entropy: Science and the Psyche's Struggle Against Intellectual Chaos," presented by Marc M. Sebrechts, chair of the Department of Psychology.
— Gerry Gordan, Ph.D. 1980, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
The moderator will be Paul Brooks, B.A. 1976, counsel to the president for government and community relations. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room. For more information, call 202-319-5017.
Wednesday, Oct. 27
5:15 p.m., the Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies presents "A Universal Law for the Church? Changes in Canon Law in the Late 12th and Early 13th Centuries," by Monsignor Brian Ferme, dean of the School of Canon Law. A light reception will follow. Pryzbyla Center, Rooms 321 and 323. For more information, call 202-319-5795.
Thursday, Oct. 28
7 p.m., Metropolitan College with celebrate its 25th year of service to adult and nontraditional learners. U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige will give the keynote address, and an honorary degree will be conferred on benefactor and former CUA trustee Vincent Sheehy, B.A. 1951. A video about the college will be debuted; it includes an interview with Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony Williams and with Metropolitan College students and alumni. For more information, contact Toni Khianthalat at 202-319-6256.
Friday, Oct. 29
Saturday, Oct. 30
Sunday, Oct. 31
Tuesday, Oct. 19
Thursday, Oct. 21
Saturday, Oct. 23
Sunday, Oct. 24
Tuesday, Oct. 26
7 p.m., CUA's volleyball team hosts Salisbury University. Raymond A. DuFour (athletic) Center.
National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
To read about the planned activities, visit http://deanofstudents.cua.edu/alcohol. For more information, contact Ellen Breipohl Thorp, assistant dean of students, at 202-319-5619.
Flu Vaccine Shortage
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention list the following priority groups for vaccination this year:
— Children aged 6-23 months
Faculty and staff who need vaccinations will have to obtain the vaccine from their usual health care providers.
For students who need vaccination because they meet the medical criteria outlined by the CDC, the Student Health Center is making efforts to obtain a limited quantity of vaccine (either the intra-muscular “shot” or the Flumist nasal spray). At the present time, no vaccine is available in the clinic. If and when it does become available, Student Health Services will announce its availability and the procedures to obtain it.
Students with specific questions can call the Student Health Center at 202-319-5744.
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