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Schedule of Earth Week 2016 Events

Earth Day 2016 poster  11x17April 13, 2016, Wednesday,  7:00-8:15 pm  The DeNaples Center Ballroom(407)  Spring Sustainability Symposium.  60 minute presentation and panel discussion   Topic for the evening:  “Climate Change, A Time for Change”.


cropped-IMG_0931edited4123-25 November 2015, Stockholm, Sweden

We hope to bring all our learnings from the previous conversations to this meeting in Stockholm. We also hope that through this dialogue we may deepen the scientific urgency and social values inherent in the understanding of climate change of our planet and the social transformation needed in real action, social inclusion, and environmental integrity.
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JCAP Colloquium on “Reconciliation with Creation” 8-12 July 2014

jcap_colloquium2014The four members of the school team, Fr. Ashley, Br. Toeun, Ms. Sonai and Ms. Lucia together with Ms. Ponchacka of our Education Mission Leadership Team (EMLT) traveled to St. Ignatius College review in Sydney from the 8th-12 of July 2014. This school hosted a Colloquium for leaders of Jesuit schools across the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific. Nearly 100 principals and board members participated in this Colloquium on the theme of “Reconciliation with Creation.”

Global Climate Change: Impacts on Lake Michigan The 23rd Annual Wisconsin Space Conference August 15-16, 2013

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Haggerty Engineering Building
1515 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI USA

The 19th ASEACCU Annual Conference & the 13th Students Conference was held from August 25 to 27 at Yotsuya Campus, Sophia University

ASEACCUeng_navi_smallThe 19th ASEACCU Annual Conference & the 13th Students Conference was held from August 25 to 27 at Yotsuya Campus, Sophia University. 135 faculty members and students who came from 7 regions and countries across Asia participated in the conference. The theme of this year’s ASEACCU Annual Conference was “Caring for God’s Creation” focusing on environmental preservation and sustainable development issues.

Youth and Values Formation

DSC08319Asia Pacific is home to 45% of the world’s youth, amounting to around 700 million young people (UNESCAP, 2012). Significant numbers of youth across the region face a variety of obstacles in their access to employment, education, health care, and other resources. Transition between education and employment is one of the main obstacles facing youth of the region, especially those from Southeast Asia and Pacific. Youth often remain at the margins with regard to participation in the creation of development policies.