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11:00AM 12:00PM Aquinas Day Service and Luncheon: Department / Organization: Aquinas Center Building/Room: Cannon Chapel Speaker/Presenter: Dr. Nichole Flores Cost: Free Registration / R.S.V.P. link: https://tinyurl.com/ycv4yk8l Contact Name: Alice Cameron Contact Email: alice.cameron@emory.edu Link: https://tinyurl.com/ycv4yk8l This annual event held near the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas provides the opportunity for young theologians to be introduced to the Emory and greater Atlanta community expanding our vision into the future of theological thinking. Lunch will be served immediately following in Brooks Common. Lunch is free but registration is required. The luncheon will be held in Brooks Common. This year's speaker will be Dr. Nichole Flores. Dr. Flores is an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia. She writes, speaks, and teaches about the significance of Catholic ethics in plural social, political, and ecclesial contexts. Her research emphasizes the contributions of Catholic and Latinx theologies to notions of justice, emotion, and aesthetics as they relate to the common good within plural socio-political contexts. Her research in applied ethics addresses issues of migration, labor, consumption, race and ethnicity, gender, family, and ecology. Dr. Flores has published essays in the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics and has forthcoming articles in the Journal of Religious Ethics and the Journal of Religion and Society. She has contributed book chapters to Feminist Catholic Theological Ethics: Conversations in the World Church and Polarization in the US Catholic Church: Naming the Wounds, Beginning to Heal. She has been awarded grants from the Mellon Humanities Fellowship at the University of Virginia Institute for Humanities and Global Cultures (IHGC) and the Yale Center for Faith and Culture in support of work on her first book, The Aesthetics of Solidarity. She is a contributing author at America: The Jesuit Review of Faith & Culture. In 2015, Dr. Flores was honored with the Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award for New Scholars from the Catholic Theological Society of America and the Circles of Change Award from Building Bridges for contributions to positive social transformation. Dr. Flores earned an A.B. in government from Smith College, an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D. in theological ethics from Boston College. + Cannon Chapel, 515 S. Kilgo Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
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12:15PM 01:15PM Harold & Florence Berson Lecture: Angela Fusaro: University Event Topic: Alumni,Business,Health School: Emory College Department / Organization: Human Health (Center for the Study of) Building/Room: School of Medicine Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: Center for the Study of Human Health Speaker/Presenter: Angela Fusaro, MD, MBA Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free Contact Name: Agnes Mackintosh Contact Email: agnes.mackintosh@emory.edu Link: http://humanhealth.emory.edu/home/images/berson-2019-web.pdf Emory's Center for the Study of Human Health and Goizueta Business School cordially invite you to attend the 2019 Harold and Florence Berson Lecture featuring Dr. Angela Fusaro 01C 17B, Co-founder and COO of Physician 360. No RSVP is required to attend. Refreshments will be served. About the Speaker: Angela Fusaro, MD, MBA, is an Emergency Medicine physician and the Co-Founder and COO of Physician 360, a company that develops rapid, at-home tests for urgent care conditions like strep throat, flu, UTI and anemia. A pioneer in healthcare innovation, Dr. Fusaro has designed two entrepreneurship courses for medical students at Emory and led a national workshop that helps physicians translate clinical insight into marketable products that can save, and improve the quality of, patients' lives. She also has extensive leadership experience in organized medicine, driving business development on the board of numerous national organizations, including Hygeia Health. Dr. Fusaro is an alumna of Emory College and Goizueta, as well as a 2017 Poets & Quants recipient. About the Berson Lecture: The Harold and Florence Berson Lecture is presented through the Health Innovation concentration, a collaboration between the Center for the Study of Human Health and Goizueta Business School at Emory University. The series, which highlights the intersection of health and business, is made possible by the generous support of Denise Berson Tanzman 81C P18 and Mitchell Tanzman 81C P18. + Auditorium 110 , School of Medicine, Emory University Campus Events
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12:15PM 01:15PM Harold & Florence Berson Lecture: Angela Fusaro: University Event Topic: Alumni,Business,Health School: Emory College Department / Organization: Human Health (Center for the Study of) Building/Room: School of Medicine Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: Center for the Study of Human Health Speaker/Presenter: Angela Fusaro, MD, MBA Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free Contact Name: Agnes Mackintosh Contact Email: agnes.mackintosh@emory.edu Link: http://humanhealth.emory.edu/home/images/berson-2019-web.pdf Emory's Center for the Study of Human Health and Goizueta Business School cordially invite you to attend the 2019 Harold and Florence Berson Lecture featuring Dr. Angela Fusaro 01C 17B, Co-founder and COO of Physician 360. No RSVP is required to attend. Refreshments will be served. About the Speaker: Angela Fusaro, MD, MBA, is an Emergency Medicine physician and the Co-Founder and COO of Physician 360, a company that develops rapid, at-home tests for urgent care conditions like strep throat, flu, UTI and anemia. A pioneer in healthcare innovation, Dr. Fusaro has designed two entrepreneurship courses for medical students at Emory and led a national workshop that helps physicians translate clinical insight into marketable products that can save, and improve the quality of, patients' lives. She also has extensive leadership experience in organized medicine, driving business development on the board of numerous national organizations, including Hygeia Health. Dr. Fusaro is an alumna of Emory College and Goizueta, as well as a 2017 Poets & Quants recipient. About the Berson Lecture: The Harold and Florence Berson Lecture is presented through the Health Innovation concentration, a collaboration between the Center for the Study of Human Health and Goizueta Business School at Emory University. The series, which highlights the intersection of health and business, is made possible by the generous support of Denise Berson Tanzman 81C P18 and Mitchell Tanzman 81C P18. + Auditorium 110 , School of Medicine, Emory University Campus Events
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07:00PM 08:30PM To Lift Up The Lowly: Department / Organization: Aquinas Center Speaker/Presenter: Dr. Nichole Flores Cost: Free Registration / R.S.V.P. link: https://tinyurl.com/ya4r2ocz Contact Name: Alice Cameron Contact Email: alice.cameron@emory.edu Link: aquinas.emory.edu To Lift Up The Lowly: An Aesthetic of the Common Good Dr. Flores is an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia. She writes, speaks, and teaches about the significance of Catholic ethics in plural social, political, and ecclesial contexts. Her research emphasizes the contributions of Catholic and Latinx theologies to notions of justice, emotion, and aesthetics as they relate to the common good within plural socio-political contexts. Her research in applied ethics addresses issues of migration, labor, consumption, race and ethnicity, gender, family, and ecology. Dr. Flores has published essays in the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics and has forthcoming articles in the Journal of Religious Ethics and the Journal of Religion and Society. She has contributed book chapters to Feminist Catholic Theological Ethics: Conversations in the World Church and Polarization in the US Catholic Church: Naming the Wounds, Begining to Heal. She has been awarded grants from the Mellon Humanities Fellowship at the University of Virginia Institute for Humanities and Global Cultures (IHGC) and the Yale Center for Faith and Culture in support of work on her first book, The Aesthetics of Solidarity. She is a contributing author at America: The Jesuit Review of Faith & Culture. In 2015, Dr. Flores was honored with the Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award for New Scholars from the Catholic Theological Society of America and the Circles of Change Award from Building Bridges for contributions to positive social transformation. Dr. Flores earned an A.B. in government from Smith College, an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D. in theological ethics from Boston College. + Candler School of Theology, Room 252, 1531 Dickey Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
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07:30PM 07:30PM Lecture: New Technologies and Old Things: School: Oxford College Department / Organization: Oxford College Building/Room: Williams Hall (Oxford) Cost: Free Contact Name: Danielle Dockery Contact Email: danielle.dockery@emory.edu Philip Sapirstein will speak on "New Technologies and Old Things: Why Study Ancient Sculpture and Monuments in 3D." Sapirstein is an assistant professor of art history, at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He joined the UNL faculty after postdoctoral research in Israel (Fulbright, NEH), Greece (ACLS), and the University of Pennsylvania. An art historian and archaeologist, his areas of specialization are Greek architecture, ancient pottery and craft systems, ethnoarchaeology, and digital documentation and reconstruction. A major focus of his research is the emergence of monumental architecture from the 8th to 5th centuries B.C. at Greek sanctuaries and settlements in the mainland, Italy, and Turkey. He has been involved in fieldwork at many sites in the Mediterranean, including projects at Corinth, Corfu, Olympia, and Sardis. With a background in studio art, design, and computer analysis, another significant aspect of Sapirstein's research is the exploration of advanced digital technologies for the recording, reconstruction, and visualization of antiquity. He has published on Greek roofing systems from monumental Archaic temples, the Athenian pottery industry, and methodology. He is principal investigator of the Digital Archaic Heraion Project at Mon Repos, Corfu. This is an Oxford Studies event. + Oxford College Campus Events
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