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The Alverno Forum invites the Greater Milwaukee community to engage in respectful dialogue and common effort for the public good. A variety of topics — all relevant to local needs and committed to Alverno’s philosophy of seeking broad perspective — are addressed during the school year, and each Forum is led by one of Alverno’s four schools: Arts & Sciences, Business, Education and Nursing. Join us for lively evening discussions, free and open to the public. Visit the Forum page for dates, topics and registration.
KOREAN CULTURAL DINNER
Tuesday, February 25 in the Sr. Joel Read Conference Center
Korea is a land of beauty and rich cultural heritage, as well as political and social challenges. Each year, several students come to study at Alverno from South Korea’s Catholic University and bring treasured traditions from their homeland. Join us for a special dinner event co-hosted by Korean students who will share some insights and activities which provide a glimpse into the “Land of the Morning Calm.”
Course Code TPD-317-01
6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Includes full buffet dinner of Korean foods prepared by Alverno’s in-house catering, FSI.
Note: Tables are not reserved; open seating only. Doors will open at 5:45 p.m.
Registration deadline: February 17. No cancellations accepted after registration deadline.
Presented by Alverno’s Institute for Educational Outreach and Human Resources Department
Join us for a morning packed with practical information and ideas to help you navigate basic leadership and project management skills. This mini-conference includes continental breakfast, morning keynote, two workshops and a networking lunch. More details to come! Check back for updates, or email email@example.com to be placed on our mailing list.
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
$62 postmarked before or on March 7
$72 postmarked after March 7
(Includes continental breakfast, morning keynote, two workshops and buffet lunch.)
Advance registration required. Walk-in registration will not be permitted.
Featuring Holocaust Speaker and Survivor: Walter W. Reed
Join us for this free annual program which pays homage to survivors of the Holocaust and assures that their stories are not forgotten. This year’s guest speaker is a Bavarian native who was sent to Belgium at age 15 as part of the Kindertransport and later escaped with other Jewish children into hiding in France.
12:00 – 1:00 p.m./free and open to the public
Pitman Theatre, Alverno College