The University Council for Jesuit Mission cordially invite all USF faculty and staff to a year-long community discussion series in conjunction with the release of the book, Living the Mission: A Book of Meditations, Prayers and Insights from the University of San Francisco Community. If you did not receive your free copy of Living the Mission at Convocation, you can pick one up in the University Ministry office (Phelan Hall, Lower Level) on lower campus or the Office of Communications and Marketing (Lone Mountain Rossi, 2nd Floor) on Lone Mountain. The book will also be available for pickup at each of the four discussion events. A light lunch will be served.September 4: Living the Mission: An Introduction to a Community ConversationMcLaren 252, 12pmModerator: Anne-Marie Devine, Senior Director of Media RelationsPanelists: Tim Godfrey, SJ, Professor, School of Nursing and Health ProfessionsShawn Calhoun, Associate Dean, Gleeson LibrarySonja Poole, Associate Professor, School of ManagementPamela Balls-Organista, Associate Dean for Social Sciences, College of Arts & SciencesNovember 6: Living the Mission: Gender and SexualityMcLaren 252, 12pmModerator: Mary J. Wardell-Ghirarduzzi, Vice Provost for Diversity Engagement & Community OutreachPanelists: Elisabeth Jay Friedman, Professor of PoliticsVincent Pizzuto, Associate Professor of TheologyJanuary 29: Living the Mission: What is Social Justice? Hosted by the School of Law, Kendrick Hall, Room 101, 12pmModerator: Tim Iglesias, Professor, School of LawPanelists: Aouie Rubio, Director of Operations for Online EducationManuel Vargas, Professor of Philosophy, College of Arts & SciencesRhonda Magee, Professor, School of LawJohn Trasvina, Dean, School of LawMarch 26: Living the Mission: Interfaith InclusionMcLaren 252, 12pmModerator: Shabnam Koirala, Associate Professor, International & Multicultural Education, School of EducationPanelists:Jeff Paris, Associate Professor of PhilosophyAparna Venkatesan, Associate Professor of Physics & AstronomyAysha Hidayatullah, Associate Professor, Asian Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, and TheologyPaul McWilliams, Associate Director for Music, Liturgy and Interfaith Programs, University MinistryPlease contact Katie DeChants at 415-422-2761 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.