Fall Opening Convocation: A Celebration of the New Academic Year
Wednesday, September 15th, 12:00-12:50 p.m. (MST) – A Hybrid Event

 

Most of us will be virtual, including the faculty and staff residential students, particularly those meeting in class at 1:00 p.m. are invited to attend in Shattuck Hall.
 
What happens?
We welcome new students
We welcome new staff and note faculty research and sabbatical leaves
We celebrate our purpose and vision
We hear from our President Rev. Dr. Tom Wolfe as he casts a vision for the new year and we talk in small groups about the questions he poses

 

To join us virtually, please contact Chapel Dean Rev. Dr. Cathie Kelsey (for the zoom link. 
Honors Convocation will celebrate the accomplishments of students, staff and faculty in an interactive environment. Don’t miss it!
 
When: Wednesday, April 21st at 12:00 pm (MST)
Where: On Zoom together

 

For the Honors Convocation program, please click here.
(If you need the zoom information, please email Chapel Dean Rev. Dr. Cathie Kelsey – )

 

Speaker: Dr. Mark Freeland (Sault St. Marie Anishinabek), author of Aazheyaadizi: Worldview, Language, and the Logics of Decolonization. Dr. Freeland, Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies/American Indian Studies Program Coordinator at the South Dakota State University, is the first Tinker Visiting Professor for both the 2020-2021 and the 2019-2020 academic years. He regularly Iliff courses during the summer and mentors students and offers public education programs during the fall and winter quarters.