Queens strives to inspire and engage the minds of our community. Our university is a hub for intellectual discussion, regularly bringing national and world-renowned thought leaders to campus. Recent guests include (pictured above, left to right) interfaith champion Eboo Patel, best-selling author and journalist Michael Lewis and social activist Tim Wise.
We host a variety of speakers on stimulating topics ranging from business and politics to religion and science. One may not always agree with the opinions of our guests, but they are absolutely certain to get everyone thinking. Join Queens and its distinguished guest speakers to explore the critical issues of today.
The BB&T Distinguished Lecture Series - Exploring leadership perspectives
The Center for Ethics and Religion - Exploring the intersection of faith and moral beliefs in our lives
The Learning Society Lecture Series - Exploring contemporary issues and topics with notable guests
The Preyer Lecture Series - Exploring topics with guest scholars in the Arts and Sciences
The Tarwater Lecture Series - Exploring topics combining science and religion
The Thomas E. and Marilee McCollough Lecture Series - Exploring issues related to healthcare ethics
The Witherspoon Lecture Series - Exploring the connection of Science and Religion
Diversity Lecture & Cultural Series - Exploring diversity and inclusion
ueens and The Center for Latino Studies invites you to a presentation on the history of the Jewish presence in Latin America. Dr. Jürgen Buchenau will lead the discussion on the diaspora in three phases. View Event
Queens and the McColl School of Business invite you to celebrate the 32nd woman to be honored as the BusinessWoman of the Year recipient. This year, we acknowledge the leadership and innovation of Andrea B. Smith. View Event
Border Matters and Fluid Identities: Dissident Latina/o American Narratives of the 21st Century Speaker, Oswaldo Estrada
The Center for Latino Studies invites you to a presentation on recent Latina/o American productions of novels, short stories and chronicles published over the last fifteen years in Latin America and in the United States. View Event