A guide to events on our campuses.

Assembly Series

A tradition of convening thought leaders since 1953

Since 1953, the Assembly Series has presented more than one thousand of the most important voices of our time. Its programs are always free and open to the public, although some events may have limited seating. We invite you to join others from our community to be inspired, challenged and entertained. For a fascinating trip back in time, check out Past Speakers.

Assembly Series Events

Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman Lecture: 'Faith in Action: Working For Justice in St. Louis'
20 Feb

This year's Isserman lecture features Shima Rostami and Billie Mayo, who will share powerful stories about the intersections of their social justice work in...

Thursday, February 20 | 7:00 PM
'Israeli National Security:  A New Strategy for an Era of Change'
26 Feb

This talk is part of the Crisis & Conflict in Historical Perspective co-curricular initiative, which serves undergraduates considering careers in policy, as...

Wednesday, February 26 | 5:30 PM
Michael Dietrich, expert on scientific controversies
30 Mar

This year's event will feature Michael Dietrich, professor of the history and philosophy of biology at the University of Pittsburgh. Dietrich's expertise...

Monday, March 30 | 4:00 PM