Loyola University Chicago

Center for Urban Research and Learning

Friday Morning Seminar - Fall 2018

Fall 2018

DateTopicPresenter
September 7 Bringing Intersectionality and Nuance to Sexual Health Education and Anti-Sexual Assault Advocacy Nadiah MohajirFounder & Executive Director, HEART Women and Girls

September 14

*CANCELED*
RESCHEDULED FOR 12.7

From Idea to Implementation: How Implementation Sciences Can Support the Adoption and Integration of Evidence-Based Practices in Out-of-School Time Programs Maria D. Guzmán-Rocha, Implementation Sciences Manager of Membership and Programs, YMCA OF THE USA
September 21 Reflections of an Executive Director: How Youth Services and Youth Funding Changed Over the Last Four Decades Judy Gall, Executive Director, Alternatives INC.
September 28 Reconstructing Urban Community Through the History of a Library Kyle Roberts, Associate Professor of History, Director of the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, LUC
October 5 Ignatian Spirituality Project: Spirituality at the Margins Christine Curran, Director of Programs and Mission, Ignatian Spirituality Project, Amanda Asque, Program Assistant for Team Formation, Ignatian Spirituality Project
October 12 Being Black Abroad: Three Black Students' Experience Studying in Southeast Asia Trevaughn Latimer, Loren McCauley, Kevin Williams, CURL Undergraduate Fellows, LUC
October 19 Wildin' Out and the Privilege of Whiteness: Social Freedoms, Public Spaces, and Mobilities Gwendolyn Purifoye, Assistant Professor of Sociology, North Park University
October 26 Innovating for Good: How Leaders of All Sectors are Reimagining Social Impact
Seth Green, Founding Director, Baumhart Center, LUC
November 2 A Conversation with a Criminal Justice Policy Maker John MakiExecutive Director, Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
November 9 Organizing the Jewish Community to Fight against Poverty, Racism and Antisemitism Hannah ArweManager of Youth Programs, Jewish Council on Urban Affairs
November 16 “We're Building the Community; It’s a Hub for Democracy.”: Lessons Learned from a Library-based, School District Partnership to Increase Belonging for Newcomer Immigrant and Refugee Youth Sophia Rodriguez, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
November 23 NO SEMINAR - Thanksgiving  
November 30 How Can the Loyola Campus Community Build Inclusive Curricular and Co-curricular Environments? Joe Saucedo, Director, Department of Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs (SDMA), LUC;
Joseph Butler, Diversity Coordinator, Academic Affairs, Office of the Provost, LUC
December 7 From Idea to Implementation: How Implementation Sciences Can Support the Adoption and Integration of Evidence-Based Practices in Out-of-School Time Programs Maria D. Guzmán-Rocha, Implementation Sciences Manager of Membership and Programs, YMCA OF THE USA