St. Gregory’s University is pleased to announce the opening of Anna Vacha’s senior visual arts exhibition “A Second Glance at Being” on Friday April 29 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Campus Ministry Lounge, located in the Rockwood Center. The general public is invited to meet the artist and enjoy refreshments at the free event which will include live piano music by Ryoko Sanho and flute by Smaida Mara.
Dr. Jason Fugikawa, Assistant Professor in the Department of Theology at St. Gregory’s University, presented his paper “Where to Go from Me: Human Nature and the Theology of the Imago Dei” at the Fifth Annual Symposium on Advancing the New Evangelization hosted by Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan. on April 8 and 9.
St. Gregory’s University is pleased to announce the release of the Omnibus XI: The Odyssey of Mind, Body, and Spirit, a collection of original photography, art and written pieces complied by students and faculty over the past academic year.
Pure Golf, LLC, consisting of St. Gregory’s University business students, took third place out of six teams in the Small Business division at the 2016 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup.
The Pure Golf team included Brett Kennedy (senior), Bobby Stone (senior), Taylor Greteman (junior), Smaida Mara Rizzotto Vidal Pessoa (junior).
St. Gregory’s University will host the Hands of Mercy photography exhibit on Thursday, April 21 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Shawnee Community Room, located in the Rockwood Center on St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus. The Hands of Mercy exhibit is part of the Year of Mercy Symposium Series, which was created in observance of Pope Francis’ Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy. The collection of photographs will be revealed during the reception.
Two teams from the undergraduate business degree program at St. Gregory’s University were selected for their exceptional entrepreneurial skills in the small business division of the 2016 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition. Stadi-Yumm, LLC and Pure Golf, LLC pitched their concepts at i2e, Inc., on Thursday, April 7.
Meet St. Gregory's Dean of Students Emilia Bermudez, or as students will come to know her, Dean Lilly. Dean Lilly is from San Miguel, El Salvador. She comes to St. Gregory's from Keiser University - Latin American Campus in Nicaragua. Dean Lilly previously worked on the Nicaraguan campus of Ave Maria University. Before working on the Nicaraguan campus, she worked for Ave Maria University in Florida, where she also earned her Master’s in Pastoral Theology.
St. Gregory’s University’s Dr. Jason Fugikawa, Assistant Professor of Theology, recently attended the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Doctrine in Washington D.C., a three day conference sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
St. Gregory’s University has recently adopted a new strategic plan, “Vision for Our Next Century”, a document designed to guide priorities and institutional decision-making over the coming years.
St. Gregory’s University announces the opening reception of An Phan’s senior visual arts exhibition on Friday, April 1 at 4:30 p.m. in the Campus Ministry Lounge, located in the Rockwood Center. The general public is invited to meet the artist and enjoy refreshments at this free event. Her exhibition includes photographs, digital designs and a 3D dress design.
Phan’s exhibit entitled “Mon Monde d’ Amour” translates to “My World of Love” and centers on a romantic, golden French era, which releases a classic, glamorous and charming atmosphere.