Recordings of Convocations
- Created 14 October 2016; Published 18 October 2016Sesquicentennial Convocation: Garrison Keillor
Acclaimed radio host and humorist Garrison Keillor helps Carleton celebrate its 150th birthday.
- Created 7 October 2016; Published 7 October 2016Convocation: Julissa Arce
A Mexican immigrant, Julissa Arce went from selling funnel cakes in Texas to derivatives at Wall Street's most profitable securities firm.
- Created 30 September 2016; Published 30 September 2016Convocation: Emilie Townes
Distinguished theological scholar and ethicist Emilie Townes speaks in commemoration of the centennial of Skinner Memorial Chapel.
- Created 23 September 2016; Published 26 September 2016Convocation: Roger Jackson
Professor Roger Jackson presents the annual Argument and Inquiry Seminar Convocation.
- Created 12 September 2016; Published 20 September 2016Opening Convocation 2016: Kai Bird '73
Opening Convocation of the 2016-17 academic year, featuring an address by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and journalist Kai Bird '73.
- Created 27 May 2016; Published 27 May 2016Honors Convocation 2016The Honors Convocation is held each year on the last Friday of spring term, drawing the campus community together to celebrate the awards and academic accomplishments of our students. This year’s address will be delivered by Danielle Smogard from the Carleton Class of 2013.
- Created 20 May 2016; Published 25 May 2016Convocation: Pakou Hang
Pakou Hang, co-founder and executive director of the Hmong American Farmers Association, tells the story of her life and the importance of promoting education in immigration issues.
- Created 13 May 2016; Published 13 May 2016Convocation: Carlos Alzugaray TretoCarlos Alzugaray Treto, an educator and former Cuban diplomat discusses diplomacy and creative leadership in the Cuba-US normalization process.
- Created 7 May 2016; Published 6 May 2016Convocation: Negin FarsadNegin Farsad is a social justice comedian and director of the feature documentary "The Muslims Are Coming!"
- Created 29 April 2016; Published 2 May 2016Convocation: Jeffery DavidowJeffrey Davidow, a career U.S. Foreign Service Officer, discusses U.S. and Latin American policy and problems.
- Created 22 April 2016; Published 25 April 2016Convocation: Morgan Weiland
Morgan Weiland, a First Amendment, media, and communications scholar and attorney, offers perspective on the battle for free speech in the digital area.
- Created 15 April 2016; Published 18 April 2016Convocation: Larkin McPhee
Larkin McPhee, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, relates the power of storytelling through film.
- Created 8 April 2016; Published 11 April 2016Convocation: Mark McClusky
Mark McClusky, formerly at Sports Illustrated and now at WIRED magazine, talks about his work in sport science.
- Created 1 April 2016; Published 4 April 2016Convocation: Greg LukianoffAttorney Greg Lukianoff addresses threats to freedom of expression in the academic environment.
- Created 26 February 2016; Published 29 February 2016Convocation: Henry Emmons
Psychiatrist Henry Emmons describes the integration of mind-body and natural therapies into his clinical work to restore resilience.