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  • Image of Hasan Nuhanovic, recipient of the 2019 Civic Courage Award

    Hasan Nuhanović Honored with 2019 Civic Courage Award

    The Bosnia Memory Project at Fontbonne University will honor Hasan Nuhanović, author and advocate, with the 2019 Civic Courage Award, which recognizes courageous commitment to the civic values of respect, equality and pluralism that represent the best traditions of Bosnia-Herzegovina. “Hasan Nuhanović embodies the values that we recognize with the Civic Courage Award,” said Dr. […]

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  • Artwork by St. Louis artist Craig Norton featured in "Sitting Bullsh*t", a fine arts exhibit.

    Fine Arts Exhibition Showcases History and Persecution of Native Americans

    The Fontbonne University Department of Fine Arts presents “Sitting Bull S**t: The Quiet History and Persecution of the Native American.” This free exhibition by St. Louis artist Craig Norton hopes to evoke curiosity in discovering the truth about the history of Native Americans. Norton’s work has been featured in galleries in New York City, Chicago, […]

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  • Human Trafficking, Social Work Advanced Training

    Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation to Host Inaugural Summit

    The Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation at Fontbonne University will host a Human Trafficking Summit April 4, 5 and 6, 2019, for clinicians, first responders, providers and other professionals whose work may intersect with trafficked persons. The inaugural three-day conference will focus on the clinical skills needed when working with survivors of trauma and […]

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