The Convocation Program, overseen by the Convocations Committee, is one way the College brings together the campus community to express and consider the unique values involved in a church-related, liberal arts education as these values are focused in vital issues, such as education, religion, and social concerns. Recognizing the importance of gathering together regularly as a community to learn, reflect, and engage with each other.
2014-15 Convocations Schedule
Sarah Posner, "The End of Liberal Zionism?" and "The First Amendment after 'Hobby Lobby.'
Stewart Hamel, Entrepreneur's Journey : SKYRUNNER Flying Car
Keith Carter, Poet of the Ordinary
Lisa Nicolletti and Bruce Allen
Suzanne Ramo, Emotional Extortion and Sacrifice: Father/Daughter Relationships in Verdi. (Pending Approval)
Kristie Dotson, 2/2
Students and Citizens Respond, 2/9
All events at 7p in the Whitehead room
Hsiang-Yun Chen and Chris Ciocchetti
Woodrow Wilson Fellow
Corrington Award: Amy Hempel
March 2, 7pm
Find out more about how to submit and assess convocations on Convocations Committee webpage.