Expand Your Mind & Build Awareness
You are invited to visit campus (and beyond) to hear enlightening and engaging discussions from many different voices on a variety of thought-provoking topics. Many of these opportunities are free and open to the public.
Norman and Louis Miller Lecture in Public Understanding
The Miller Lecture promotes unity, communication and tolerance among different cultures, religions, ethnicities and traditions. The lecture series celebrates human dignity and encourages better understanding between peoples, both domestically and internationally.
Great Decisions Lecture Series
Great Decisions is a nationally presented lecture series that addresses world topics of our time. The Foreign Policy Association of America chooses the topics each year in November with an eye to international economic, political and social subjects that are current and provocative. Lectures are held on Wednesdays, February to April. All lectures are open to the public.
Killeen Chair Lecture Series
The purpose of the Killeen Chair Lecture Series is to engage audiences by providing a fuller understanding of the theological and philosophical issues of our time. Past scholars have spoken in fields such as biology, psychology, economics, political science, the arts and literature.
St. Norbert Distinguished Lecture Series
The series, held at Fish Creek’s Door County Auditorium, brings St. Norbert professors to the peninsula to discuss a broad range of provocative subjects such as “Breakfast with Shakespeare,” “Darfur and the Sudan,” “Matter and Anti-Matter,” “Current Russian Politics” and “The Nature of Madness.” The relaxed events take place Saturdays and feature a continental breakfast in the fireside room of the auditorium complex. The series is free and open to the public.