Ash Wednesday Mass Will be held at 12 PM (noon), 5 PM, 7 PM, and 10 PM.
Professor Giannopoulou will conduct a seminar titled “The Self as Subject and Object of Knowledge in Plato.” This seminar is presented by the Assumption College Philosophy department, through its membership in the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (B.A.C.A.P.).
For more information, please contact: Prof. Daniel P. Maher, email@example.com.
The Philosophy Department, through its membership in the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (B.A.C.A.P.), is pleased to present “Self –Knowledge in Plato’s Theaetetus and Alcibiades 1” a lecture by Professor Zina Giannopoulou, University of California, Irvine. Professor John Partridge of Wheaton College will serve as commentator.
Dr. Janet E. Smith, Ph.D, will discuss how attacks on the culture of life go hand-in-hand with attacks on religious liberty, and why many in the United States seem to think that the right to life and (religious) liberty must be sacrificed to the pursuit of happiness.
In her lecture, Dr. Smith argues that only a commitment to the New Evangelization can show us the way to address the present and coming oppression of religious practice.
The Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) Program at Assumption College
Invites you to the Third Annual MEMS Faculty Lecture. Dr. Jeremy Geddert from the Assumption Political Science Department will present “The Responsibility of Rights: Is Hugo Grotius Really an Early Modern Possessive Individualist?”
Drinks and refreshments will be served in the Testa Atrium.
Assumption College Women’s Studies Program & Walden Behavioral Care present a screening of the Award-Winning film AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL. Filmmaker Darryl Roberts goes on a two year journey to examine America’s new obsession; physical perfection.
As part of the Jan. 18-25 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Assumption College will host an Ecumenical Prayer Service. The public is welcome to attend this service.
Join the MBA Office Thursday, November 21 at 5:30pm in the Fuller Auditorium in the Testa Science Center to learn about the newest summer course: MBA 727 - Doing Business In Poland.
You will receive information on the course outline and about the week of amazing sightseeing you will get to enjoy while visiting Krakow, Poland. Undergraduate seniors, current MBA students and prospective MBA students are encouraged to attend the session.