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Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) inaugural Symposium on Democracy continued Wednesday, Feb. 14 with a look at the foundations of American Democracy from the days of the nation’s founders and the College’s namesakes through the age of former President Abraham Lincoln.
Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) inaugural Symposium on Democracy continued Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, with a talk about democracy and the American middle class.
Innovation, ideas and insight were the main focus at Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) TOM Talks, held for the fifth time on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
International Peace Negotiator Mary Montague has returned to Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) as the fall 2017 J. Robert Maxwell ’43 Visiting Scholar, presenting her lecture “Relinquishing Power: the Heart and Soul of Mediation” on Monday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. in Allen Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public.
Author, professor and Vietnam War expert Gregory Daddis will present his lecture, “Withdrawal: America’s Final Years in Vietnam,” at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) at 7 p.m. Nov. 2.
National Book Award winner Ibram Kendi will speak at W&J in a free, public lecture on April 3.
International mediator and peace prize winner Mary Montague returns to W&J with a public lecture, “Alien-Nation: Relationships and Reconciliation” on Oct. 26.
Karr’s public lecture is Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. in Room 100 of the Dieter-Porter Life Sciences Building.
Dr. Joan Maloof, founder and director of the Old-Growth Forest Network, will present a free public lecture Sunday, May 8 at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J).
Renowned climatologist Dr. Michael Mann will give a public lecture at W&J April 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Dieter-Porter 100.