On Saturday, April 6, Dr. Harry Toder at St. Catharine College participated in a panel discussion pertaining to the teaching of criminal justice and sociology. This was part of the conference of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky professional organization.
On the panel were also representatives from Lindsey Wilson College, Thomas More College and Georgetown College. The conference was held at Bellarmine University. There were several other panel discussions also taking place on that day, dealing with such topics as race, ethnicity, gender and social class.
Toder estimated that 100-150 people were in attendance at this conference.
Founded in the Dominican tradition in 1931 and sponsored today by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, St. Catharine College is an independent, co-educational liberal arts college with a unique residential collegiate experience totally dedicated to helping each student realize his or her full potential.