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Climate Justice: Fall 2016 Events

Upcoming Events

Growing Climate Justice at Stonehill           

2016 Events

 

                              

Public Lecture

Thursday, September 22     7:00 PM    Martin Institute

“Brain Drives, Climate Change, and Doing Good: A Neurosurgeon’s Dilemma”

Dr. Ann-Christine Duhaime, Nicholas T. Zervas Professor of Neurosurgery, Harvard Medical School

 

Campus Ministry Celebrates the Feast of St. Francis      

Campus Ministry Feast of St. Francis Program

Wednesday,  September 28        6:00 PM            Martin 105

 

Blessing of the Animals

Sunday, October 2     2:00 PM        on the lawn, behind Donahue Hall

2 PM:  on the lawn behind Donohue Hall

 

Film

Racing Extinction (2015)

Wednesday, October 5    7:00 PM       Martin 105

A documentary about the ongoing mass extinction of species and the efforts by scientists, activists and journalists to document it, by Oscar-winning director Louie Psihoyos, who directed the documentary The Cove (2009).

 

Community Arts Event

Friday,  October 21     Carole Calo Gallery Exhibit

Artist Claire Leslie

Artist Workshop, Community arts walkabout

 

Theater

November 17, 18, 19   Hemingway Theater

Stonehill Theater Company presents Shakespeare’s  As You Like It.

Take a trip into the Green Wood where nature rules.

 

Racing Extinction

Dr. Ann-Christine Duhaime

Dr. Ann-Christine Duhaime, The Nicholas T. Zervas professor of Neurosurgery at Harvard Medical School will speak about the neuroscience of sustainable behavior.  She will explain how our brains are not wired to make sustainable choices and how to counter-act that wiring.

Watch her excellent talk at the Radcliffe Institute below

The Neurobiology of Sustainable Behavior

Heather Brodie Perry

Heather Perry
Contact:
Library 119
508-565-1538