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Criminal Justice Professor Kaitlyn Clark ’09 was featured in the most recent issue of Portraits Magazine's Focus on Faculty.
“We’re providing [students] with the knowledge that our doors are always open, that their peers are available to them. We’re not going anywhere—just because you have your diploma, that’s not the end of your relationship with us.”
On April 12, the Center for Ethics in Society is hosting a Recovery Housing Roundtable Forum that will bring together stakeholders from around the state, as well as national experts, to discuss the challenges that recovery homes are facing in New Hampshire.
The day will include a featured speaker, facilitated roundtable discussion, and a panel presentation, all of which will educate the audience on how these homes are vital for their residents and protected by the Fair Housing Act, but also provide opportunities for community members to share their insights about the challenges facing these homes (including fears and misconceptions), and solutions to those challenges.
This will take place in the Auditorium of the NH Institute of Politics. Breakfast and lunch are included. Register here →
This is an invitation only event. If you are interested in attending but have not received an invitation, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
9:00 am Registration and Breakfast
9:30 am Welcome Dr. Max Latona, Executive Director, Saint Anselm College
9:45 am Moderated Panel Discussion: Darrell Mitchell, Chair of the National Association of Recovery Residences; Kim Bock, Executive Director of NH Coalition of Recovery Residences; Sean Toomey, NH State Fire Marshal
10:45 am Break
11:00 am Roundtable Discussion & Sharing Out
11:45 am Lunch
12:15 pm Panel Discussion: Moderated by Laura Knoy; Donna Benton, Director of Planning & Community Development, City of Dover; Mark Bonta, Advisory Council, Recovery Friendly Workplace; Bill McKinney, Building Official/Manager, City of Nashua, NH; Daisy Pierce, Executive Director, Navigating Recovery of the Lakes Region
1:15 pm Closing
Center for Ethics in Society Program Coordinator
Special thanks to the NH Community Development Finance Authority for supporting this program.
Join us on the Hilltop for our Admitted Student Open House. You'll have the opportunity to attend classes and meet students and community members from all different clubs and organizations.
Savard Welcome Center
*Registration and more information coming soon!
The Center for Ethics in Society is proud to host Women of Influence, a three-part series devoted to topics relating to women’s success in business and governance.
Session Three: Entrepreneurship - April 19, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Innovative entrepreneurship requires courage, creativity, and patience, and often relies on community support. In the third and final session of this Women of Influence series, panelists will share how they started their own businesses, the support they received, and how their businesses have improved their communities.
This three-part series will examine challenges and opportunities in getting a career started, the importance of a good mentor in professional development, and the courage, creativity, and patience required for innovative entrepreneurship. Research indicates that companies and organizations with a greater number of women at the executive or board level tend to perform better financially. Consequently, allowing women to progress without glass ceilings or sticky floors is a good business decision, as well as a great benefit to the economy and society overall, particularly in a context of talent shortage. Parity at the decision-making level of an organization is crucial. Enabling women at all levels to achieve career advancement creates a pipeline of female talent and increases the representation of women in sectors where they have historically been underrepresented.
Sponsored in part by the NH Business Review.
The series will take place in the Dana Center at Saint Anselm College.
All members of the public are welcome to join us for one or all three sessions!
Program Coordinator - Center for Ethics in Society
Session Three Panelists
Linda Johnson (moderator): Attorney Linda Johnson is a Director with the law firm of McLane Middleton, Professional Association where she serves as Vice-Chair of the firm’s Education Law Group. Linda focuses her practice on understanding and serving the needs of independent day and boarding schools. She is recognized as a national authority on student and campus safety issues, risk management, crisis response, employment law and independent school law issues. Linda has also been named as a leading labor and employment law attorney in a survey of the legal profession conducted by Business New Hampshire Magazine. She is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell which is the highest rating for legal ethics and services. She is listed in Woodward's Best Lawyers in America for both employment and education law, and in New England SuperLawyers. Linda is the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation. She has been selected as an Outstanding Business Woman of New Hampshire by N.H. Business Review, was awarded the Philip Holman Gender Equality Award, and was a recipient of the Jon Meyer Civil Rights Award and Marilla Ricker woman lawyer of the year. In 2019 and 2021 (the only two years of the award), she was selected by New Hampshire Business Review as part of the “New Hampshire 200” The Granite State’s Most Influential Business Leaders.
Tiffany Eddy: Tiffany Eddy is a communications specialist who is responsible for the development and execution of strategic communications for all clients. She spent nearly two decades as a broadcast journalist, focused on taking complex issues and synthesizing them into understandable concepts for a large audience. Tiffany has been honored with the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award, is a three-time Emmy nominee and her work has been recognized for excellence by two New Hampshire Governors. Tiffany now works with clients on multiple platforms to assess their specific needs and then execute the best plan to communicate their message. She is the founder of S3 (Smart, Strong, Sassy), a hair care line that empowers women.
Amy LaBelle: Winemaker, entrepreneur, author, and media personality, Amy LaBelle is an international phenomenon with local roots in New Hampshire, but quickly growing across Boston and the Northeast area. As the co-owner of LaBelle Winery, her passion, commitment, and hard work have made Amy the lifestyle personality to watch in 2023. She not only produces award-winning wines, but she launched two wineries that have put New England on the wine map, quickly positioning her as a key player in the wine industry.
Alex Horton: Alex Horton is a restaurateur and small business consultant dedicated to enhancing and elevating the small business community in the Greater Manchester area. She is the owner of Café la Reine and Café la Reine - North End here in Manchester. In addition to operating her restaurants, Alex owns a consulting business, A. Horton Consulting, LLC. She has assisted clients in business planning, operations, management, and sales. Alex currently serves on the Greater Manchester Chamber Board of Directors as a member of the Executive Committee and is a Manchester Transit Authority Commissioner. She graduated from Saint Anselm College in 2011, participated in Leadership Greater Manchester Class of 2016, and completed her RYT-200 hour yoga teacher training with Boston Yoga School in 2019. She also teaches weekly yoga and barre classes at Barre Life in downtown Manchester. Alex was recognized in the Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty in 2015, WZID’s Most Outstanding Women in 2015, Manchester Young Professional’s Young Professional of the Year in 2015, and Saint Anselm College's 10 Under 10 in 2017.
Event details for Women of Influence: Part Three, Entrepreneurship
Join us on March 27th, as doctoral candidate Violet Victoria discusses the pitfalls involved in "democratizing" finance. This will include a discussion of so-called "meme" stocks, apps like Robinhood, and the purpose of financial markets themselves.
Violet Victoria is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma and former stock loan trader at Goldman Sachs. Her research focuses on applied ethics, including an ongoing dissertation on financial ethics and bioethics research published in the Journal of Surgery. At the University of Oklahoma, she has taught undergraduate courses in Business Ethics and Contemporary Moral Issues.
The Blake Room, Savard Welcome Center
Program Coordinator | Center for Ethics in Society
Event details for Fixing the Wealth Gap? Meme Stocks, Robinhood and Financial Markets
Chris Christie will join the Institute on March 27th, for a Town Hall style conversation. Christie served two terms as the 55th governor of New Jersey. During his time in office, he emphasized the issues of fiscal responsibility, pension and health benefit reform, education reform and the opioid crisis gripping his state and the nation.
Prior to his service as Governor, he served as the United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey from January 2002 to December 2008. As the chief federal law enforcement officer in New Jersey for seven years, he led the fight on terrorism in the post September 11 period, increased resources to fight gang violence, gun crimes and political corruption. Christie chaired the Republican Governors Association during the 2014 election cycle. On June 30, 2015, he announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2016 presidential election.
In 2019, he authored The New York Times bestseller, "Let Me Finish," about his life and career in New Jersey and as a candidate for President. Last year, he authored "Republican Rescue," dealing with his interactions with President Trump as well as his prescription for the future of the national GOP.
He is now a Senior Legal and Political Commentator for ABC News and the managing member of the Christie Law Firm and Christie 55 Solutions, LLC, in Morristown, NJ.
Free and open to the public with advance registration. REGISTER TODAY.
Join us for a faculty-student dinner discussion with Brother Andrew Thornton, O.S.B!
Brother Thornton will lead a discussion on the topic of "A Pragmatic Heart-based Ethic."
Dinner and discussion will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m.
President's Dining Room in Davison Dining Hall
Hosted by Center for Ethics in Society.
Free event, but registration required.
Event details for Dinner Series: A Pragmatic Heart-based Ethic
Event Space at the Roger and Francine Jean Student Center
Prof. Mark Rugani, Theology Dept.
Prof. Andrew Haringer
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics is pleased to offer a special program to mark the one-year anniversary of the start of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine. The program features an exhibition of war posters by contemporary Ukrainian illustrators, living and working in Ukraine, sometimes, with no power, water, cell signal, or Internet connection.
Lada Kolomiyers, Veronika Yadukha, and Hanna Leliv, three scholars and translators currently at Dartmouth College, will present a selection of translations they have been working on over the past year. The poetry reading will be performed to the music accompaniment by Joe Deleault and Don Davis.
Lada Kolomiyets is a Habilitated Doctor of Philology in Translation Studies and Full Professor of the Department of Translation Theory and Practice at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Currently, she is a Harris Visiting Professor at Dartmouth College.
Veronika Yadukha is an art curator of Ukraine's annual literary and translation festival TRANSLATORIUM and a member of VERBatsiya, a collaborative translation group. Currently, she is a graduate student in the comparative literature program at Dartmouth College.
Hanna Leliv is a literary translator from Lviv, Ukraine. A former Fulbright fellow at the University of Iowa's Literary Translation Workshop, she is now a Leslie Center Faculty Fellow at Dartmouth College.
Joe Deleault is an award-winning international performer, composer, and session pianist. His recent projects include work with academy award-winner Ernest Thompson, filmmaker Ken Burns and StoryFirst. Joe recently won the 2022 Telly Award.
Don Davis plays saxophone, clarinet, flute, and percussion. He studied composition and saxophone at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Don teaches woodwinds at The Manchester Community Music School.
In partnership with the Gregory J. Grappone ‘04 Humanities Institute at Saint Anselm College, the Leslie Center for the Humanities at Dartmouth College, and NH Humanities.
Light refreshment will be served.
Event details for "Our Fire is Stronger Than Your Bombs" - An exhibit of Ukrainian graphic artists’ response to war