Convocations and Sponsored Events

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.'

Religion Matters

10/26-10/28

Spencer Dew

Stewart Hamel, Entrepreneur's Journey : SKYRUNNER Flying Car

10/30, 11:15-12:15

Chris Martin

Keith Carter, Poet of the Ordinary

11/4-11/9

Lisa Nicolletti and Bruce Allen

Suzanne Ramo, Emotional Extortion and Sacrifice: Father/Daughter Relationships in Verdi. (Pending Approval)

11/8

Twyla Robinson

The Forum: Why Does Diversity Matter?

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

March 15-21

Rebecca Murphy

Corrington Award: Amy Hempel

March 2, 7pm

Seth Perry,

Religion Matters

TBD

Spencer Dew

Find out more about how to submit and assess convocations on Convocations Committee webpage.

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