The McGowan Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility was established to be a visible, dynamic expression of the commitment of King's College to form graduates who will champion the inherent dignity of every person and will mobilize their talents and skills to serve the common good. In the words of the College's founding president, King's seeks to teach students "not only how to make a living, but how to live"—in recognition that we are all on a journey much greater than a career.
For winter-spring 2021, the Center has organized nine online events that it will host and co-organized a lecture series, entitled "Catholic Higher Education in Light of Catholic Social Thought," comprising fourteen online events to be hosted by eight institutions across the country. For the full list of the Center's nine events, see this handill:
For information on the fourteen events in the "CHE in Light of CST" series, see:
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