Faculty Lecture Series
The Faculty Lecture Series showcases the scholarly research of faculty selected across the disciplines.
About 150 faculty have given presentations since 1954. Lectures are free and open to the public.
Liz Legerski, Ph.D. - April 14, 2021
Diana D'Amico Pawlewicz - November 18, 2020
Steven Morrison - October 21, 2020
About the Faculty Lecture Series
The Faculty Lecture Series seeks to cultivate a stronger academic atmosphere on the University of North Dakota campus by showcasing the scholarly research of faculty selected across the disciplines. The Lectures aim to present with some depth and rigor the scholarly questions and goals of the individual faculty members. In presenting their scholarship, the lecturers will share the enthusiasm and dedication that sustains their creative efforts.
The Lectures are occasions for members of the University community and public to engage and strengthen their sense of unity. It is also an opportunity to share the important work of the University with our broader community.
The Faculty Lecture Series continues through the funding of the Offices of the President, and the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and is presented through the planning of the Faculty Lecture Series Committee.