Holy Cross graduates are life-long learners. Whether your interests are professional or generated by the lively curiosity of liberally educated men and women, this series of webinars will continue to guide you on your journey toward greater knowledge and personal fulfillment.
A series of webinars sponsored by the HCAA Alumni Education program to support alumni on a journey toward greater knowledge and personal fulfillment.>
Jamie Hoag; Francine Rosado-Cruz; Tom Landy; and Office of Alumni Relations, College of the Holy Cross
In June 2020, the Supreme Court ruled that the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees from discrimination based on sex. A historic decision. Now what? How does the Court's decision change things (if at all)? What's next?
The Holy Cross LGBTQ Alumni Network invites all alumni, students and friends to a virtual discussion featuring alumni panelists from different industries and perspectives. Join us as we dive into these timely questions - and more.
Panelists: Jamie Hoag '98 - Director of Government & Community Relations, Holy Cross Francine Rosado-Cruz '94 - Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP Michael Xavier '96 - Partner & Family Law Attorney, Prince Lobel LLP.
Moderated by Tom Landy, director of the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture
David Saint; Bart Sher; Steve Vineberg; and Office of Alumni Relations, College of the Holy Cross
Hear about the role of the director and the process of creating a show. From production and casting to set design and rehearsals - what is involved with getting to opening night? Prof. Steve Vineberg of the Holy Cross Department of Theater and Dance will serve as moderator for this conversation between two of the world's most prolific and talented directors. The webinar is introduced by Prof. Edward Isser, Associate Dean of Performing Arts at the College of the Holy Cross.