Recordings of Convocations

  • Created 26 February 2016; Published
    Convocation: Henry Emmons

    Psychiatrist Henry Emmons describes the integration of mind-body and natural therapies into his clinical work to restore resilience.

  • Created 19 February 2016; Published
    Convocation: Jessica Bacal '92

    Jessica Bacal reveals how successful leaders used their worst on-the-job moments as learning experiences.

  • Created 12 February 2016; Published
    Convocation: Karen Murphy '88

    Facing History and Ourselves director Karen Murphy helps educators promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry.

  • Created 5 February 2016; Published
    Convocation: Kevin Powell

    Acclaimed political and cultural leader Kevin Powell calls for a progressive, multicultural coalition that is inclusive of all people.

  • Created 29 January 2016; Published
    Convocation: Nekima Levy-Pounds

    Director of the Community Justice Project, Nekima Levy-Pounds promotes the law as a tool to advance the cause of social justice.

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Ma'ikwe Ludwig '92
    Created 22 January 2016; Published 27 January 2016
    Convocation: Ma'ikwe Ludwig '92

    Social innovator Ma'ikwe Ludwig discusses how we can be truly sustainable in a modern world.

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Rebecca Craven '81
    Created 15 January 2016; Published 22 January 2016
    Convocation: Rebecca Craven '81

    Program Director of the Pipeline Safety Trust, Rebecca Craven promotes pipeline safety through education and advocacy.

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Christine McKinley
    Created 8 January 2016; Published 13 January 2016
    Convocation: Christine McKinley

    Mechanical engineer, rock star, and television icon Christine McKinley shatters all stereotypes of what a female scientist is.

  • A placard image for media work Convocation:  Tadd Johnson
    Created 6 November 2015; Published 10 November 2015
    Convocation: Tadd Johnson

    Producer of the PBS program “Native Report,” an entertaining and informative series that celebrates Native American culture and heritage.

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Johanna Kandel
    Created 30 October 2015; Published 10 November 2015
    Convocation: Johanna Kandel

    Founder of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness, Johanna Kandel talks about "Stepping Off the Scales: Eating Disorders and Body Image."   

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Mario Joseph
    Created 23 October 2015; Published 29 October 2015
    Convocation: Mario Joseph

    Mario Joseph, Haiti’s most respected human rights lawyer representing the disadvantaged, victims of political violence, and political prisoners, talks about “Facing Justice for Cholera in Haiti.”

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Todd Golub '85
    Created 16 October 2015; Published 28 October 2015
    Convocation: Todd Golub '85

    Cancer research pioneer Todd Golub '85 applies the tools of genomics to the understanding of cancer. The title of his presentation is "How the Human Genome Will Change the Face of Cancer."

  • A placard image for media work Convocation: Frances Moore Lappe
    Created 9 October 2015; Published 28 October 2015
    Convocation: Frances Moore Lappe

    Frances Moore Lappé, founder of the Small Planet Institute, speaking about “10 Myths of World Hunger.”

  • A placard image for media work Convocation:  Anabel Hernández
    Created 2 October 2015; Published 10 November 2015
    Convocation: Anabel Hernández

    Anabel Hernández, an award-winning Mexican investigative journalist, exposes drug cartels and political corruption in her presentation titled “Narcoland.”

  • A placard image for media work Convocation:  Clifford Clark
    Created 25 September 2015; Published 25 September 2015
    Convocation: Clifford Clark

    The annual Argument and Inquiry Seminar Convocation with Clifford Clark, Professor of History and the Hulings Professor of American Studies, speaking about “My Freshman Year and Yours: Politics, Technological Change, and the Future of the Liberal Arts.”

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