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Lectures

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 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

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EVENTS

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The Arts at Queens: New Horizons

This multimedia exhibition curated by Dr. Siu Challons-Lipton, chair of the Art Department, features works by Art faculty and includes ceramic sculpture, painting, photography, digital art, and interior design. View Event

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The Legendary Horowitz Piano and Faculty Recital

The Arts at Queens and Steinway Present the Legendary Horowitz and Faculty Recital. View Event

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Leaders in Action Lecture Series presents Hornets Head Coach Steve Clifford

Join Queens McColl School of Business as we welcome Charlotte Hornets Head Coach Steve Clifford. View Event

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"When War Makes Sense: A Sensory History of the American Civil War"

Historian Mark M. Smith considers how all five senses shaped the experience of the Civil War, exploring its full sensory impact. View Event

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English Department Reading Series

The Arts at Queens presents poet Joseph Harrison as he reads from his new collection, “Shakespeare’s Horse.” View Event

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