Saint Ben's @ Home

Even in uncertain times like these, we can find comfort, solace and inspiration in conversation. The CSB office of Alumnae Relations is excited to present Saint Ben's @ Home, a conversation series with Saint Ben's campus leaders. Moderated by Kathy Hansen, CSB vice president of institutional advancement, this interactive series is free, and can be accessed by all members of our community.

Fall Series

The mission and identity of Saint Ben’s as a college for women is at the heart of who we are. As we move with our partners at Saint John’s toward a single president, it’s important to define exactly what being a college for women means. After all, alumnae, students and friends of both Saint Ben’s and Saint John’s share the importance of strengthening our individual identities even as we work toward sensible integration.

This fall we’re hosting a robust series of webinars directly focused on our future as a college for women … and why that matters. 

Future conversations will include CSB Interim President Laurie Hamen, a student panel (including representatives from the Saint Ben’s Student Senate, the S. Nancy Hynes Institute for Women’s Leadership and Advocates for Inclusive Mentoring), and Academic Dean Barb May and Dean of Faculty Pam Bacon.

Saint Ben's at Home

Saint Ben's @ Home: What it Means to be a College for Women

Presented on: Sept. 16 |View recording

Join us for a special panel discussion exploring the CSB Board of Trustees’ recently endorsed statement on “What it Means to be a College for Women.” The board has clearly articulated expectations for our community on what it means to serve, empower and develop strong women leaders. Moderator Kathy Hansen, vice president of institutional advancement, will cover it all, along with Kathryn Enke ’05, chief of staff to the CSB president and Mary Thompson, managing director for G100 BoardExcellence, former CNBC journalist and current Saint Ben’s trustee.

Past Events

For a complete listing of past events and their viewing links, please visit the Saint's Ben @ Home archive.