Building the next generation of leaders for marriage, family, and sexual integrity

Working Schedule For

Sexuality, Integrity, and the University 2016


Friday, October 28th

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5:00 PM Check-in

Frist Campus Center
Multi-Purpose Room

5:30-7:00 PM Networking Event & Reception

Frist Campus Center
Multi-Purpose Room

7:30 PM Welcome Remarks
Nathan Schlueter, Ph.D., Hillsdale College

McCosh Hall
Room 50

8:00 PM Keynote Address
It is not Good for the Man to be Alone:
Education and the Garden of Marriage

Anthony Esolen, Ph.D., Providence College

McCosh Hall
Room 50

 


 

Saturday, October 29th

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8:00 AM Breakfast Available

Frist Campus Center
Multi-Purpose Room

9:00 AM Lecture
Where are all the good marriageable men?
Joseph Price, Ph.D., Brigham Young University

Frist Campus Center
Multi-Purpose Room

10:30 AM Coffee Break

Frist Campus Center
Multi-Purpose Room

11:00 AM Lecture
Creating a Culture of Consent:
A Deeper Look at the Campus Sexual Assault Crisis

Donna Freitas, Author and Lecturer

Frist Campus Center
Multi-Purpose Room

12:30 Lunch

Whitman College
Dining Hall

2:00 PM Remarks
Robert P. George, D.Phil., Princeton University

McCosh Hall
Room 10

2:30 PM Lecture
Discovering Sexual Equality in Our Shared Response to Human Dependency
Erika Bachiochi, Visiting Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center

McCosh Hall
Room 10

4:00 PM Breakout Sessions

McCosh Hall

Breakout A:
Come & See: Story and Beauty in Cultural Discourse
Sean Schiavolin and David Kang of Ecce! Films

Room 10

Breakout B:
Rethinking Transgenderism
Walt Heyer, Founder of SexChangeRegret.com
Ana Samuel, Research Scholar at the Witherspoon Institute

Room 28

Breakout C:
Mutual Attraction: The Hard and Hopeful Facts
David Upham, Ph.D., University of Dallas

Room 46

5:30 – 6:45 PM Reception and Student Group Fair

Prospect House

7:00 PM Student Award Dinner

Whitman College
Dining Hall

9:30 PM Closing Social and Reception

Campus Club

 

Return to conference home

 

The Love and Fidelity Network is the principal program of the Collegiate Cultural Foundation