1. GTU IEEE Tanıtım Teaser'ı

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    iletisim@gtuieee.com www.gtuieee.com www.twitter.com/gtuieee www.facebook.com/gtuieee Hazırlayan: Çağatay Yılmaz c.yilmaz.tr@icloud.com

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    • Dance Through Your Storms

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      • Communication Day 1

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        GTU IEEE Öğrenci Kolları Communication Day 1 #ComDay1 Haberleşme alanına ilgi duyan öğrencileri bir araya getirip öğrencilerin yetkinliklerini arttırmayı amaçlayan bir öğrenci organizasyonudur. Communication Day , sektörde öncü çeşitli firmaları üniversitede ağırlayacak. Ayrıca, firmalar işe alım sürecinde neler gerektiğini öğrencilere aktarabilecek. Böylece öğrenciler de kendilerini bu alanlarda geliştirebilecekler. Gelen firmalar staj imkanlarından bahsedecek ve staj başvurusu alacaklar. Etkinliğin en büyük avantajı, öğrencilere ileride çalışabilecekleri, güncel ve kullanılan teknolojiler hakkında sunumlar yapıp, eğitimler verecekler. Communication Day'de görüşmek üzere. 3 MART SALI İşletme Amfisi 13.00 - 14.00 Türk Telekom Group Şirket tanıtımı ve kariyer fırsatları 14.15 - 15.00 NETAŞ Şirket tanıtımı ve Netaş' ta kariyer fırsatları- Dr. Oguzhan YAVUZ 15.15 - 16.00 CISCO Cisco şirtket tanıtımı, ciscoda kariyer fırsatları ve Cisco Netwroking academy- Deniz Sungurlu ( Cisco Networking Academy Türkiye Sorumlusu ) **Gelen firmalar staj imkanlarından bahsedecek ve staj başvurusu alacaklar. www.gtuieee.com www.twitter.com/gtuieee www.fb.com/gtuieee video: c.yilmaz.tr@ieee.org @tuzluekmek

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        • Womanist Symposium Keynote Lecture

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          • "From Paris to Alcala: The Franciscan School and the University, 1219-1533": 2013 Distinguished Faculty Lecture

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            Given by William Short, OFM, Franciscan School of Theology Christopher Ocker, San Francisco Theological Seminary, respondent Tuesday, November 5, 7:00 pm, Chapel of the Great Commission, Pacific School of Religion, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley Franciscans arrived in medieval Paris (1219) and, despite dramatic conflicts, made significant contributions at the University there, moving from philosophy to theology. Cisneros, the Franciscan founder of Alcala (1499), reimagined the University through the study of languages to theology, a preparation that helped Franciscans in founding the College of Santa Cruz de Tlatelolco in Mexico (1533). These changes can serve as a metaphor for the changing face of theological education today, in California and around the world. The 2014 move of the Franciscan School of Theology from the GTU in Berkeley to affiliation with the University of San Diego serves as the occasion for exploring this topic in the GTU Distinguished Faculty Lecture this year.

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            • CLGS Lavender Lunch: Faithful Ethics to End Anti-LGBT Violence Part 2

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              In a world where hate-motivated violence continues to plague our communities, how can people of faith act effectively to bring about a more peaceful and accepting world? Join us for the semester’s first Lavender Lunch as Dr. Lisa Fullam of the Jesuit School of Theology discusses the ethical responsibilities of people of faith in speaking out against violence. A follow up to last year’s groundbreaking program on countering anti-LGBT and other hate motivated violence, Dr. Fullam will share how restorative justice may provide a foundation for our actions. Dr. Fullam is Assistant Professor of Moral Theology at the Jesuit School of Theology . She teaches courses such as Fundamental Moral Theology, Sexual Ethics, Catholic Social Teaching and Virtue Ethics. Dr. Fullam's research interests include virtue ethics, Thomas Aquinas, medical and bioethics, and the relationship of spirituality and ethics.

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              • Lavender Lunch: Faithful Ethics to End Anti-LGBT Violence Part 1

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                In a world where hate-motivated violence continues to plague our communities, how can people of faith act effectively to bring about a more peaceful and accepting world? Join us for the semester’s first Lavender Lunch as Dr. Lisa Fullam of the Jesuit School of Theology discusses the ethical responsibilities of people of faith in speaking out against violence. A follow up to last year’s groundbreaking program on countering anti-LGBT and other hate motivated violence, Dr. Fullam will share how restorative justice may provide a foundation for our actions. Dr. Fullam is Assistant Professor of Moral Theology at the Jesuit School of Theology . She teaches courses such as Fundamental Moral Theology, Sexual Ethics, Catholic Social Teaching and Virtue Ethics. Dr. Fullam's research interests include virtue ethics, Thomas Aquinas, medical and bioethics, and the relationship of spirituality and ethics.

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                • Sixth Annual Boswell Lecture: "How Does a Queer Feminist Remain a Christian?"

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                  Tensions abound in nearly every word of this lecture’s title – how can one be a feminist and queer or queer and a Christian? How can one need a category such as “woman” in order to give feminism a focus and still wish to queer the notion of women without doing intellectual and emotional contortions? I propose to navigate these questions and vexations with the aid of our cross-dressing Christian ancestors, queer mystics, and a range of radically incarnated Christian “others.” I will then ask if Christianity is or should be a queer religion and examine whether there is anything in the Christian tradition that enables queer, feminist, and Christian to sit together comfortably. Or indeed, perhaps the discomfort is the very nature of incarnation and why it is so enlivening! Lisa Isherwood is the Director of Theological Partnerships at the University of Winchester (UK). As a liberation theologian, Professor Isherwood believes theology to be a communal project fuelled by notions of radical equality and empowered by divine companionship. Her work explores the nature of incarnation with reference to embodiment, gender, sexuality and ecological concerns. She has written, co-authored, or edited 17 books, including The Power of Erotic Celibacy, The Fat Jesus: Feminist Explorations in Boundaries and Transgressions, and Introducing Feminist Christologies. She has also served as co-editor with Marcella Althaus-Reid of the Queering Theology series and Controversies in Contextual Theology. Professor Isherwood is an Executive Editor and founding editor of the international journal Feminist Theology and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion. She is on the theological consultancy board for Caritas and is a board member of the Animal Ethics Centre in Oxford.

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                  • Spiritual Other/Spiritual Self: Models of Transformative Interfaith Work - Surjit Singh Lecture 2013

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                    Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 7:00pm People of diverse religious backgrounds encounter each other daily in coffee shops, hospitals, classrooms, and around the dinner table. What might these encounters teach us about ourselves, our neighbors, or about God? Drawing on stories from My Neighbor’s Faith (Orbis, 2012), this year's Singh Lecture will explore what these encounters tell us about the nature of transformative interfaith work today. Jennifer Howe Peace (Ph.D. '05) is Assistant Professor of Interfaith Studies at Andover Newton Theological School (ANTS) and serves as director of CIRCLE (the Center for Interreligious and Communal Leadership Education), a joint venture of ANTS and Hebrew College. She co-edited, along with Or Rose and Greg Mobley, My Neighbor's Faith (Orbis, 2012). Responses will be given by Charles Gibbs (Executive Director, United Religions Initiative) and Rebecca Parker (President, Starr King School for the Ministry) with a discussion moderated by Judith Berling (Professor of Chinese and Comparative Religions, GTU). The Graduate Theological Union has long been a leading center for ecumenical theological education and for interreligious dialogue and understanding. The annual Surjit Singh Lecture in Comparative Religious Thought and Culture builds on this tradition by fostering interreligious and cross-cultural communication and understanding, without compromising the integrity and essential telos of a religion or a culture. This endowed lectureship brings to the GTU a distinguished scholar/church leader to address religion and culture from a cross-cultural perspective.

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                    • God in the White House: Religion and the 2012 Election

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                      On Oct 18, 2012, Graduate Theological Union hosted a panel discussions that explored the Christian, Mormon, Muslim and Jewish perspectives on the upcoming election, and the role of religion in American politics. The speakers were: - James A. Donahue, President and Professor of Ethics, Graduate Theological Union (http://www.gtu.edu) - Daniel Itzkovitz, Professor of American Literature and Culture, Stonehill College (http://www.stonehill.edu/x8245.xml) - Zahra Billoo, Executive Director, Council on American-Islamic Relations (http://www.cair.com/) - Robert A. Rees, Visiting Professor of Mormon Studies, Graduate Theological Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_A._Rees) Moderator: Marianne Farina, C.S.C., Professor of Philosophy and Theology, Graduate Theological Union (moderator)

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