12:30 PM - 01:00 PM    Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel

Girl Scouts Badge Event

06:00 PM - 07:00 PM   

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Institute for Religious Liberty at Thomas More University

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM    Steigerwald Hall, Saints Center

Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024, at 7 p.m. in Steigerwald Hall, Saints Center as the IRL presents “Who’s My G_d?” an interfaith dialogue featuring a panel of religious experts. All are welcome.

Moderator – Brian Adams, Ph.D. Adams is the chair of the governing board for A Common Word Among the Youth (ACWAY), an international NGO supporting youth leadership in interfaith and intercultural dialogue. He was founding director of the Centre for Interfaith & Cultural Dialogue in Brisbane, Australia, and the architect of the G20 Interfaith Forum, among other dialogue platforms. He has 20+ years of experience working in Africa, Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific gaining fluency in French and Swahili along with his native English. Holder of a doctorate in political science, and two master’s degrees in community development and conflict resolution, Adams focuses on the promotion of interreligious, intercultural, and inter-organizational respect and understanding. As a former Rotary Peace Fellow, Adams is primarily focused on promoting respect and understanding across cultural, religious, and organizational boundaries.

Panelist – Shakila T. Ahmad (Muslim) Ahmad is an enthusiastic community leader who dedicates herself to numerous civic and community causes, building peace and understanding for the last 25+ years. She serves as board chair for Cincinnati COMPASS and served five years as chair and president of the board at the
Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC); the first woman to serve in this capacity at such an institution across the country. She simultaneously has had a professional career and served as the director of management at the Allergy & Asthma Specialty Center. Ahmad established ICGC’s Tours and Talks program to educate neighbors, law enforcement personnel, businesses, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, the community and its leaders about Islam and Muslims. This education and outreach initiative has reached over 100,000 people in all its forms. She spearheaded the ‘A Visit to a Mosque in America’ educational DVD produced to increase understanding of Islam and the Muslim community in the United States. This award-winning short film has aired internationally and continues to be used in academia, business, faith communities, and law enforcement today as a resource. Ahmad established the Muslim Mothers Against Violence initiative, where she and other members created and distributed educational materials on nonviolence and bullying prevention, including a Bullying Prevention Guide which she co-authored. The guide is
available to educators and community organizations through She is a dedicated supporter of interfaith and outreach efforts and has served as board chair of BRIDGES for a Just Community (formerly the National Conference of Christians and Jews) and subsequent human relations work under EquaSion. Though her groundbreaking work began prior to 9/11, she stepped up these efforts through law enforcement cultural competency and being instrumental in working to set up an FBI MultiCultural Advisory Task Force to better serve the needs of minority communities in their relationship with the FBI. She was recognized at the national level with the FBI Community Leadership award in Washington, D.C., by then FBI
director Robert Mueller. She continues this work to build peace and understanding. Ahmad has engaged in community organizations to be a key voice at the table which is often not represented. These include as a member of the Executive Committee to the IRL at Thomas More, University of Cincinnati Foundation, and Xavier University Board of Trustees. She has been blessed with a number of awards including Cincinnati Enquirer Woman of the Year 2001, Women to Watch 2014, Lighthouse Beacon of Light Humanitarian Award 2014, Leadership Cincinnati Distinguished Alumni 2015, Hebrew Union College Friendship Award 2016, YWCA Racial Justice award 2018 and Alumni of the Year 2022 for College of Arts and Sciences University of Cincinnati. She is the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Mount Saint Joseph

Panelist – Brett Greenhalgh (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Greenhalgh is a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He and his wife, Janice, have lived in Northern Kentucky for 26 years, where they have raised six amazing children. Brett spends his days working at a local company and his evenings and weekends serving with the youth at his church, training for triathlons, and spending time with Janice.

Panelist – Hannah Keegan (Roman Catholic) Hannah Keegan is an adjunct professor
of theology at Thomas More University. She received her theological training at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington, D.C. Her areas of interest are the relationship between faith and reason, Christian anthropology, Catholic social teaching, and metaphysics. Hannah and is passionate about deepening the relationship between faith and culture and does this work as the editor for the newsletter of Communion and Liberation, an ecclesial lay movement.

Panelist – Gary Zola, Ph.D. (Jewish) Zola is the Executive Director Emeritus of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives (AJA) and the Edward M. Ackerman Family Distinguished Professor of the American Jewish Experience & Reform Jewish History at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in Cincinnati. He has served the College-Institute, where he received both his rabbinic ordination (1982) and his doctorate in American Jewish history (1991), for more than four decades. The AJA is the world’s largest free-standing research center dedicated to the study of the American Jewish experience. Zola became the AJA’s second director in 1998, succeeding his teacher and mentor, Professor Jacob Rader Marcus (1896-1995), who founded the AJA in 1947. Under Zola’s leadership, the AJA’s renowned collection grew and the center’s dynamic array of programs is now housed in a world-class complex of three interconnected structures. Zola is widely recognized by colleagues as an innovator in his field, who has enlarged the public’s access to the AJA’s holdings and expanded The Marcus Center’s programmatic activities as he encouraged the institution to make use of 21st century technologies. Zola is also known as a historian of American Jewry who specializes in 19th-century American Judaism and the history of American Reform Judaism. He is the editor of The Marcus Center’s award-winning biannual publication, The American Jewish Archives Journal and has also published multiple volumes on American Jewish history and historical people/groups who have influenced Judaism in America. Professor Zola has also published dozens of scholarly articles and book reviews. In 2023, President Joe Biden appointed Zola to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council, which
serves as the governing board of trustees of the United States Holocaust Museum and Memorial in Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama appointed Zola on three separate occasions (2011, 2014, and 2017) to serve as a member of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, an independent agency of the Federal government. From 2000 to 2005, Zola served as the chair of the congressionally recognized Commission for Commemorating 350 Years of American Jewish History, a consortium of leading research institutions established to promote the study of American Jewish history. In 2006, he became the first American Jewish historian to receive appointment to the Academic Advisory Council of the congressionally recognized Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission. In addition to these national activities, Zola has been recognized for his commitment to the
betterment of community life in Cincinnati, Ohio. In April of 2023, the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio named Zola as one of its “Lion Honorees” for demonstrating a lifelong commitment to serving the community. In 2018, Thomas More University conferred a Doctor of Humane Letters degree, honoris causa, on Zola for his “dedication to the principles that are the foundation of our nation.” Lighthouse Youth Services of Cincinnati honored him with the “Beacon of Light Humanitarian Award” in 2016. In 2012, he received the “Distinguished Service
Award” from BRIDGES for a Just Community (formerly the National Conference of Christians and Jews). The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center honored him with the “Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Award” that same year. In recognition of his service to the citizens in the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area, the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission honored Zola with the “Bishop Herbert Thompson, Jr. Outstanding Humanitarian Award” in 2009. In 2004, the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati conferred the “Distinguished Leadership Award” on Zola for his service to Cincinnati’s Jewish community. Zola and his wife, Stefi, reside in Cincinnati, Ohio. They have four grown children and five grandchildren.

Rosary Group

07:00 PM - 08:00 PM    Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel

Campus Ministry - Rosary Group

07:00 PM - 08:00 PM    Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel

Join Campus Ministry for the Rosary Group every Monday and Wednesday in the Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel. 

The More Co. Meeting

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM    Chancellor's Room

Join The More Co. to discuss new ideas, topics, events and more. Open to all students. 

You can bring your lunch and sit in for a conversation! Location is the Chancellor's Room located by the entrance of Seiler Commons (dinning hall). 


Reach out to Erin at or Jennifer at for more informaiton. 

Fire Extinguisher Inspection

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM   


12:30 PM - 01:00 PM    Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel

Disney Trivia

05:00 PM - 07:00 PM    Science Lecture Hall

Join SAB for a night of food, drinks, and fun at Disney Trivia. 

Diocese of Covington Dual Credit Information Session

06:00 PM - 08:00 PM    Thomas More University Saints Center

In person event for students who attend a Diocese of Covington High School. During this session, prospective students and their families can learn more about what makes the Thomas More Dual-Credit program an excellent opportunity for students to explore and earn college credits at a reduced tuition rate. Guest presentations by NKU School-Based Scholars, Gateway CTC Dual-Credit, and KHEAA. RSVP required; visit 

BSU: When They See Us showing

06:30 PM - 08:00 PM    L137

Join BSU for a showing of When They See Us, a documentary showing of the central park five case. 


12:30 PM - 01:00 PM    Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel

Chemistry Study Session

01:00 PM - 05:00 PM    Room 3304

Join the Chemistry club for FREE tutoring sessions taught by upperclassman. They can help you with a variety of questions and topics. These tutoring sessions will be on every Friday. 

Stations of the Cross

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM    Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel