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Work & Worship: Being a Professional of Faith

16
Nov
Nov 16, 2017
1:50 pm — 3:00 pm
D'Angelo Center, Room 416
November 16, 2017 1:50 pm
Career Services

One's religious beliefs may impact diet, grooming, time for prayer, dress, decisions, observance of personal celebrations like birthdays, holiday schedules and more. Join us for a discussion on balancing your faith needs with your career. Our special guests from B&H Photo and Blue Apron will join the conversation.   

Moderator: Dr. Joann Heaney-Hunter, Associate Professor Theology and Religious Studies

This event is part of our My Whole Self: Being Who You Really Are at Work series.

More than half of us cover up some part of our identify at work to try to fit in.

If you are interested in issues of equity and inclusive excellence within the workplace, join us for this series of open dialogue sessions that will focus on supporting your ability to bring your whole self to work through an appreciation that embracing what makes us diverse promotes innovation, understanding, and overall success in the workplace.

The My Whole Self: Being Who You Really Are at Work series is brought to you with support from  Multicultural Affairs, Student Wellness, Community Development, Campus Ministry, and  University Mission.