Tuesday, June 8, 2010
3:00 pm Registration opens - North Campus Foyer (NC Foy)
7:00 pm Welcome - North Campus Auditorium (NC Aud)
7:30 pm Keynote Address- NC Aud
Brother Keith Warner, O.F.M. - “The Incarnation Matters! Franciscan Education for Ecological Conversion”
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
9:00 am Plenary Session #1 - NC Aud
Sister Kathleen Moffatt, O.S.F. and Sister Pat Smith, O.S.F. - "Sharing the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition"
10:15 am Town Hall - NC Aud
General Assembly – Breaking Open Our Franciscan Intellectual and Spiritual Tradition: A Conversation with Brother Bill Short, O.F.M.
1:30 pm Curricular and Co-Curricular Meetings - TBA
4:30 pm Reporting - NC Aud
Thursday, June 10, 2010
9:00 am Plenary Session #2- NC Aud
Esperanca Camara and William R. Cook - "Franciscan Reflections on Created Beauty"
10:15 am Café presentations and Poster Session - North Campus Gymnasium (NC Gym)
1:30 pm Breakout Session #1 - Pope John Paul II Center (PJPII) North Campus (NC)
3:00 pm Breakout Session #2 - PJPII and NC
5:30 pm Gala Dinner- NC Gym
Friday, June 11, 2010
9:00 am Breakout Session #3 - PJPII, NC, and Edwin Clark Schouweiler Memorial Planetarium
10:30 am Breakout Session #4 - PJPII and NC
11:45 am Closing Prayer Service - NC Aud
1:30 pm Meet with next Hosts
Additional Opportunities - Sign up available at Registration
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Tour - Thursday, June 10, 2010 leave for tour at conclusion of Plenary Session approximately 10:10 am. Dr. Carl Jylland-Halverson leads a group through a tour of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception home of the Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend.
Freshwater Mussel Workshop - Thursday, June 10, 2010 (3:00 - 5:00 pm) Participants will gather and identify shells of native freshwater mussels from the banks of the Saint Joseph River at Johnny Appleseed Park in Fort Wayne under the direction of USF researchers. More than two dozen species are likely to be encountered. An informal outdoor presentation will chronicle the fascinating story of these animals’ ecology, conservation and life-history.
Lindenwood Nature Preserve Tour - Dates and times TBA. Come explore the Lindenwood Nature Preserve located within walking distance of our campus. Dr. Joe Steensma will lead a tour through the preserve as we explore natural Fort Wayne close to home. Please note this tour will require significant walking and ample bug spray.
Additional Campus Opportunities
Angelus - recited daily - location TBA.
Tai Chi by Mirror Lake - North Shore of Mirror Lake near Brookside. See schedule for times.
Lawn Games - Lawn near Student Center. Come enjoy some outdoor ativities with friends and colleagues. A variety of lawn games will be provided throughout the Symposium.
Bicycles - bicycles will be available to Symposium participants by USF's Tour deFrancis Club. Maps of our campus and local greenways will be provided.