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The 2017 Edith Stein Project Conference

02/10/2017 - 02/11/2017


University of Notre Dame


Students for Child-Oriented Policy are consponsoring this year's Edith Stein Project at the University of Notre Dame. The Edith Stein Project is an annual, student-run conference held on the University of Notre Dame’s campus. Although the theme varies each year, the mission of the conference is to address issues related to the hookup culture and relationships – both romantic and non-romantic. The goal of the conference is always to bring together high school and college students as well as young adults in conversation over these difficult but important topics. Speakers will provide advice and encouragement for flourishing on college campuses and built-in break times and meals are intended to facilitate further conversation among participants from all over the country.

Emily Sullivan, Endow
Margaret Laracy, Psy.D., Vital Sources Psychological Services
Suzy Younger, MS. CFCP, St. Joseph FertilityCare Center
Megan Harrington, Mpower Pictures
Leonard Delorenzo, PhD., University of Notre Dame
Sarah Swafford, Emotional Virtue Ministries
Jennifer Martin, PhD., University of Notre Dame
Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, S.V., Sisters of Life
Sr. Magnificat Rose, S.V., Sisters of Life
Fr. Vince Huber, Apostles of the Interior Life
Timothy O’Malley, PhD., University of Notre Dame
Caitlin Dwyer, M.A., Thomas More College
Christina Dehan Jaloway, M.A., University of Notre Dame
Fr. John Ignatius, SCJ, Servants of Christ Jesus

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