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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.
- Business Directory Members
- Business and Economics
- Holistic Health
- Softball Alumnae
- Healthcare Professionals
- Women's Studies and Critical Studies
- Art & Art History
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.
Montessori Event: A Celebration of Peace
Sunday, February 22
4:30–5:30 p.m., open house at Advanced Montessori Center in Our Lady of Victory Chapel
5–6:00 p.m., social hour in the 3rd floor atrium at Coeur de Catherine
6–8:00 p.m., dinner and keynote speaker in Rauenhorst Ballroom at Coeur de Catherine
Unite with the Montessori Community by celebrating Montessori Education Week and Dr. Montessori’s Vision of Peace. Enjoy keynote speaker, Joan Steffend, award-winning journalist, HGTV host, inspirational speaker, author and co-founder of Peace Begins with Me, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to education, inspiration, and collaboration in the area of inner peace. Register by Friday, February 13. Read more on the St. Kate's news website.
Business & Economics Department Awards Dinner
Monday, March 9
5:30–6:15 p.m., speed networking
6:15–8 p.m., dinner and awards
Rauenhorst Ballroom at Coeur de Catherine
The evening will feature guest speaker Deb Heuer Womack, St Kate's alumnus, successful entrepreneur and business owner of VALERE Consulting Company. Cost: $25. Help keep this event free for students by making a donation at the end of your registration.
Embodying Holistic Living: Tools for Inspiration and Change
St. Kate's Softball Alumnae Appreciation Day
April 18, 2015, 1 p.m.
Double header vs. St. Thomas
Please join St. Kate's Softball for Alumnae Appreciation Day! Watch St. Kate's take on St. Thomas for a double header beginning at 1 p.m., with a second game starting around 3 p.m. We will gather for a barbeque after the games. Please RSVP to Colleen Powers, head coach, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-703-5101. The full softball competition schedule can be viewed on the St. Kate's Athletics website. There's free admission to all home Wildcat softball games, which are held at the softball field on campus, near the O'Shaughnessy/Event parking lot. See the campus map for parking and game locations.
New Models of Care: An Interprofessional Perspective
Wednesday, April 29, 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Coeur de Catherine, Rauenhorst Ballroom
Healthcare and related disciplines will engage with educational leaders to foster interprofessional education and advance healthcare practice. More information and registration on the Interprofessional Education website.
ACTC Women’s Studies Student Conference
Center for Women, Coeur de Catherine
St. Catherine University Women’s Studies & Critical Studies graduates are invited to attend this annual conference. Attending is a great way for alumnae to support the Women’s Studies community and continue to engage in discussions about issues of race, class, gender, and other differences. It is also a great way for all of us to stay connected! For more information contact Kelly Povo at 651-690-6063 or email@example.com
Art and Art History
Senior Juried Art Exhibition
Catherine G. Murphy Gallery
Wednesday, May 6, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
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.