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Speaker Series


The Levitt Center Speaker Series is committed to enhancing the academic experience of our students by introducing them to a wide array of intellectually challenging speakers. The Series features many speakers with substantial academic and policy experience, an invaluable asset in helping students make the connection between the classroom and policies enacted in the real world.

Students and other audience members have the opportunity to engage speakers in thoughtful discussion following each lecture. Our four program areas, Inequality and Equity, Justice and Security, Sustainability, and Public Health and Well-Being; as well as our Leadership and Social Innovation initiatives, provides a focus for our year-long lecture series, as well as for our Faculty Lunch series and Innovation Roundtable discussions.

Fall 2016 Speakers

Benjamin Joelson

Ernesto Dominquez Lopez 

 

Spring 2016 Speakers

John Dau

Human Rights Activist

"Between Two Worlds"
Wednesday, February 3, 7:30 p.m., the Chapel

James Jacobs

Chief Justice Warren E. Burger Professor of Constitutional Law and the Courts at the New York University School of Law

"What Is the Problem for which Gun Control Is the Solution?
Wednesday, February 24, 7:30 p.m., Dwight Lounge
"The 2nd and 14th Amendments and Gun Culture"
Thursday, February 25, 4:15 p.m., the Red Pit (KJ 127)
"Gun Controls: Keeping Firearms out of the Hands of Dangerous Users"
Monday, February 29, 4:15 p.m., the Red Pit (KJ 127)
"Good Guns and Bad Guns"
Tuesday, March 1, 4:15, the Red Pit (KJ 127)

Michael E. Mann

Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Pennsylvania State University

Monday, April 4, 7:00, the Chapel

Robert Jensen

Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Thursday, April 21, 6:30, the Chapel

Fall 2015 Speakers

Anna Badkhen

Author

"Walking with Abel: Herding Cattle in Mali and Other Ways of Looking at the World"
Wednesday, September 9

Rhodessa Jones

Director, The Medea Project

"Ancient Myth: A Tool for Self-Discovery"
Tuesday, September 15

Veronika Scott

CEO and Founder, The Empowerment Plan

"Empowerment Thru Employment"
Monday, September 21

Dmitry Suslov

Deputy Director for Studies, Center for Comprehensive European International Studies at the School of World Economy and International Affairs

"Russia and the New Cold War"
Thursday, October 1

Magdalena Stawkowski

Stanton Nuclear Security Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University

"I Am a Radioactive Mutant: Post-Human Adaptation at the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site"
Wednesday, October 7

Danielle Nierenberg

President and Founder, Food Tank

"Cultivating a Better Food System"
Tuesday, October 27

Colum McCann

Author and Advisory Board Member, Narrative 4 Reading

Thursday, November 5

Contact Information


Levitt Center

Kirner-Johnson 251
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4451 levitt@hamilton.edu
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