Dialogues of Learning Lecture Series
Lynn University's core curriculum, the Dialogues of Learning, has received praise nationwide. Called "future-forward" and "novel," this program aims to provide students with the critical thinking and writing skills that employers are looking for.
As part of the Dialogues of Learning, the entire community is welcome to attend events within the Dialogues of Learning Lecture Series. These lectures feature scholars, professors and successful business men and women as they share their knowledge and provoke thought in the topics of politics, history, criminal justice and law.
- The lectures are free and open to the public, though seats are limited. No tickets. No reservations.
- Dates and appearances are subject to change.
|Oct. 22||Religion: Bridge or Barrier to the Future of our World?||6:00 pm||Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall|
|Feb. 10||Digital Humanities||11:00 am||Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall|
|Mar. 24||Poetry and Painting||11:00 pm||Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall|