Albertus Magnus Lecture Series

St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture Series

A reflection on global issues from a Catholic and Dominican perspective.  (St. Catherine of Siena Lecture) - Part I
April 23, 2012


"If only you had known this day the things that make for peace"...Luke 19:42 Margaret Mayce, O.P., is a non-government organization representative at the United Nations for the Dominican Order.
A reflection on global issues from a Catholic and Dominican perspective.  (St. Catherine of Siena Lecture) - Part II
April 23, 2012


"If only you had known this day the things that make for peace"...Luke 19:42 Margaret Mayce, O.P., is a non-government organization representative at the United Nations for the Dominican Order.
Seeking Truth, Promoting Justice (St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture)
January 23, 2012


How can the Dominican traditions of spreading peace and truth be carried on today? Arlene Flaherty, O.P., Catholic Relief Services, promoter of justice and peace partnerships.
The Tao of Jesus (St. Albert Lecture)
November 7, 2011


Understanding the actions of Jesus through the lens of Taoism. Scott Steinkerchner, O.P., associate director of The Center for Dominican Studies at Ohio Dominican University and the promoter of the internet for the Order of Preachers.

Tagliatela Business and Leadership Lecture Series

Women's History Panel
March 28, 2012


Participating in the dialogue are Kelly Matera '12, aspiring Broadway director; Verica Milivojevic '04, Ph.D. student in biomedical sciences at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine; and Carolyn Vermont, manager with the New England Region of INROADS, which develops and places talented underserved youth in business and industry, preparing them for corporate and community leadership.
Black History Month Panel
February 23, 2012


Participating in the dialogue was Scot X. Esdaile and Albertus alumni Agnes Berry and Byron Reaves. Dr. Norman Davis, associate professor of management at Albertus and author of "The Black Quarterback Syndrome: How to Succeed as a First or Pioneer in an Organization," was the moderator.
Carlos Eire Lecture
October 13, 2011


In 2003, Eire, the T. Lawrason Riggs Professor of History and Religious Studies at Yale University, received the National Book Award in nonfiction for his memoir “Waiting for Snow in Havana: Confessions of a Cuban Boy.” The book has been translated into 13 languages, but is banned in Cuba, where Eire is considered an enemy of the state.
The Latino Experience in Connecticut (Q&A)
September 29, 2011


Panelists are Nilvio Perez, director of admission at Albertus Magnus; Ulysses Arrigoitia, vice president and general manager of Univision/Telefutura; and Margarita Brown, a member of the Class of 2012 at the College. Christine Atkins, assistant professor of foreign languages and director of the Honors Program at Albertus Magnus, is the moderator.
The Latino Experience in Connecticut (Panel)
September 29, 2011