A Conversation with Melissa Hackenmueller

How do your Catholic Studies and Philosophy degrees find you a position in the “Real World”? What are the obstacles and joys of professional life?

Date & Time:

Thursday, November 13, 2014
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Location:

Sitzmann Hall, Classroom B10

How does one integrate faith and a professional career?  In particular, how does your Catholic Studies and  Political Science find you a position in the “Real World”?  What are the obstacles and joys of professional life? 

The "A Conversation with..." series continues as Melissa Hackenmueller discusses her work in the field of politics.  She will give a brief presentation, followed by a Q&A session.

The "A Conversation with..." series is a new program being run by the Professional Leadership Formation program, a part of the Joseph and Edith Habiger Institute for Catholic Leadership.  The Professional Leadership Formation program believes that a critical aspect of the work of preparing students for professional life is to bring them into contact with faithful Catholics in various fields.

There are four talks in this semester's edition of the series:

September 18: Ronnie Santana (’13), Catholic Studies and Philosophy

October 2: Rachel Kemp (‘08) Catholic Studies and Psychology

November 13: Melissa (Hackenmueller) Hamilton (‘09) Catholic Studies and Philosophy

December 2: Courtney Gregar (CSMA,’12) Catholic Studies and Education

All programs offered by the University of St. Thomas shall be readily accessible to individuals with disabilities. For details, call (651) 962-6315.