Affinity Gatherings

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Affinity Gatherings

What are Affinities?

Affinities are groups formed around a common interest or experience such as faith, ethnicity, academic major or activities. Including affinity groups as part of Alumnae Relations programming allows St. Kate's to honor and celebrate all the connections that Katies make while attending St. Catherine University, not just the bonds formed with members of their graduating class.

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Business and Resource Directory Networking Event

Monday, May 11, 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Location: 3rd floor atrium, Coeur de Catherine

Meet alumnae listed in the Online Alumnae Business and Resource Directory and learn more about this alumnae resource. Alumnae Evening with the President will take place following the networking event, alumnae are encouraged to attend both. Contact Kelly Povo for more information.

 

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Social Work Graduates

Milestone Celebration

October 2
University of St. Thomas, Woulfe Alumni Hall

Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the BSW program, 25th anniversary of the MSW program, and the launch of the DSW program! Look for an email about ways to participate in the planning and the celebration. Not getting emails from the social work program? Make sure you stay in the loop. Update your contact information at stthomas.edu/socialwork/2015celebration.

Stay tuned: more details about the Milestone Celebration to come.

 

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Art and Art History

Senior Juried Art Exhibition
Catherine G. Murphy Gallery
Wednesday, May 6, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Cost: Free

Private reception for Friends of the Gallery and alumnae of the Studio Art and Art History program.
Meet and engage with this year’s graduating studio art majors. Listen to a special presentation by art history candidate Emma Flood, and art history Prof. Amy Hamlin on their collaborative project, “Questioning the Litany, Expanding the Discourse: art History and the Wikipedia edit-athon.” RSVP by May 4 to Kelly Povo '09.

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