Speaker Series

See the world through new eyes by attending informative, stimulating events.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Presidential Symposium on Diversity
Featuring author Jacqueline Woodson
An acclaimed author of children’s books, Woodson has received numerous awards for her work, including the Coretta Scott King Award, Newbery Honor and National Book Award. She will be sharing her experiences as an author and poet and discussing her memoir, “Brown Girl Dreaming.”
Science Center Theater, Central Campus


Woodson Flyer 9-1-16

March 2017

Richard K. Bennett Distinguished Lectureship for Peace and Social Justice
Speaker & topic TBA
Established in 1981, this ongoing lectureship reflects the ideals of Richard Bennett, a Quaker who devoted his life work to accomplishing peace and justice through non-violent efforts. The annual lecture series has featured such activists as Paul Petersen, Bob Reiss and Emily Hunter, to name a few.
Science Center Theater, Central Campus

April 2017

Deans’ Lecture
Speaker & topic TBA
The goal of the annual Deans’ Lecture program is to bring eminent scholars to our campus to present their current research projects to our academic community as well as the public.
Science Center Theater, Central Campus