Convocation Archive

Past Convocation speakers and subjects. (Not a full and complete archive.) Access to past videos can be requested.


Andrew Marvick
"Un-Selfies: The Dissolution of Identity in 20th and 21st Century Art"
SUU Distinguished Lecturer
February 2, 2017

Cristina Ibarra
"Beyond the Wall: The Border as Spectacle and Performance"
SUU International Film Festival
February 9, 2017

Gary Nabhan
"Conservation You Can Taste: Restoring Biodiversity to the Farm and Table"
Eccles Visiting Scholar
February 16, 2017

Jelani Cobb
"The Half-Life of Freedom: Race and Justice in America Today"
Grace A. Tanner Lecture in Human Values
March 2, 2017

Dr. Quintard Taylor
Howard R. Driggs Memorial Lecture
March 21, 2017

Roko Belic
International Happy Week
March 30, 2017

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
Eccles Visiting Scholar and Festival of Excellence Keynote Speaker
April 3, 2017

Jeffrey Brown
Reporter's Notebook: An Education in Poetry and the News
April 13, 2017

Jesse Mooney-Bullock
National Acclaimed Puppetry Artist
Co-sponsored by Art Insights

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Gregory K. Orme - Kate Toomey - Steve Roth
The Utah Court of Appeals: Court Session on Campus

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Domestic Human Trafficking:
A Conversation with Attorney General Sean Reyes and Author Sam Brower
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Islam and Hope
Provost Brad Cook will discuss Islam and Hope for the Future, followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Michael Stathis (Political Science), Dr. Hussein Samha (Chemistry), Provost Cook (History). QA session moderated by Doug Bennett, Chair of the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Body Image & the Modeling Industry: An Insider's Perspective

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Honoring Women in Jazz
Galen Abdur-Razzaq
Flutist, Jazz Performer, Master Musician

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Did the Early Christians Forget Jesus?
Bart D. Ehrman

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Asian Americans as the Model Minority

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Leadership Lessons from the Master - Ronald Reagan
Ambassador Ken Adelman
Diplomat, Political Writer, Historian
Wednesday, March 23, 2016

What is Global Studies? Theory & Practice
Manfred Steger
Thursday, March 31, 2016

Interdisciplinary Approach to Education
Jeff Lieberman
Festival of Excellence Keynote
Monday, April 4, 2016

Social Pedagogies and Teaching to the Whole Person
Randy Bass
Thursday, April 7, 2016

Clash of the Washington Insiders: A Bipartisan
Hon. Bud Albright and Mr. Timothy Keating
September 9, 2016

The National Parks - America’s Best Idea
Dayton Duncan

September 29, 2016

Iceberg, Dead Ahead!
Robert Davies

October 6, 2016

Utah State Court of Appeals - Court Session on Campus

October 13, 2016

No Parole Today
Dr. Laura Tohe

October 27, 2016

The History of Immigration in the United States
Anne Greer

November 10, 2016

Money Talks: The Growing Influence of Women in Sports
Sue Hovey and Katie Hnida

November 30, 2016

Peter Larlham
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Peter Larlham
Founder, Tanzania Literacy Project
Scholars Without Borders, San Diego State University
Children of Kongwa: A Tanzanian Literacy Project

Neil Shubin
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Neil Shubin
2015 Visiting Eccles Scholar & Host of PBS Series “Your Inner Fish”
Paleontologist and Evolutionary Biologist, University of Chicago
Your Inner Fish: A Journey Through the 3.5 Billion Year History of the Human Body

Tamu Smith & Zandra Vranes
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Tamu Smith & Zandra Vranes
Authors of Diary of Two Mad Black Mormons
Sistas in Zion

Nathan Wolfe
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Nathan Wolfe
2015 Grace A. Tanner Lecture in Human Values
Lorry I. Lokey Visiting Professor in Human Biology, Stanford University
Viral Forecasting for Pandemic Prevention

March 17, 2015
Joseph John Ellis
Howard R. Driggs Memorial Lecture
Pulitzer Prize winner, historian, professor

Gale Jackson
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Gale Jackson
2015 Visiting Eccles Scholar, Award-winning Poet and Artist
Visiting Writing Series, Goddard College
Bridge Suite: Bearing Witness

Chris Abani
September 17, 2015
Chris Abani
Pen/Hemingway Award Winner
Civic Engagement through the Arts and Humanitarianism

Anthony Peacock
September 17, 2015
Anthony Peacock
Institute for Humane Studies Constitution Day Scholar
The Constitution and the Challenge to Free Enterprise in the 21st Century

Winona LaDuke
October 1, 2015
Winona LaDuke
Founder, White Earth Land Recovery Project
Economics for the Seventh Generation: A Transition to Post-Fossil Fuels

Terry Tempest Williams
October 22, 2015
Terry Tempest Williams
Conference on Environmental Justice
Finding Beauty in a Broken World: A Conversation with Terry Tempest Williams

Steven Schlozman
October 23, 2015
Steven Schlozman
Harvard University Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience
Our Zombies, Ourselves: The Science of the Modern Zombie

Kevin Cahill
October 27, 2015
Kevin Cahill
President of the Deming Institute
Common Sense - A Common Management Problem

Cynthia Cooper
November 5, 2015
Cynthia Cooper
Whistleblower for Worldcom
Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century

Olene Walker
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
A Conversation with Olene Walker - Utah's 15th Governor
Utah Women and College

Kathryn Clark
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Kathryn Clark
NASA Chief Scientist for Human Exploration
Find it, Fix it, Fly it, NASA Leadership and Disasters

Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Song Writers in the Round
James House; "A Broken Wing" (Martina McBride)
Marc Beeson; "This Love" (Leann Rimes)
Lari White; "Flies on the Butter" (Wynonna Judd)

Sylvia Earle
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Sylvia Earle
National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence
Mission Blue: Connecting
People with the Sea

Alfie Kohn
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Alfie Kohn
Author of Feel-Bad Education
Overhauling the Transmission Model:
Creating a Learning Centered Classroom and Campus

Thursday, March 6, 2014
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company
50th Anniversary Season
Shirley Ririe & Joan Woodbury, Co-Founders
Daniel Charon, Artistic Director
Special Appearance by SUU Dance Students
A Modern Dance Creative Workshop
Featuring the Works:
Play It As It Rings (Ririe & Woodbury)
Everything That Changes (Charon)
Gravitate (Allen)

Robery Bennett
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Robert F. Bennett
Former United States Senator
Conflict Resolution and
the New American West

Roger Chickering
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Roger Chickering
American Historian and Professor Emeritus, Georgetown University
Germany’s Peculiar War, 1914-1918

Bradley Thompson
Friday, April 11, 2014
C. Bradley Thompson
Executive Director of the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism
Is Greed Good?: Capitalism and Morality

Alan Hall
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Alan E. Hall
Founder, Grow America; Chairman, Marketstar Corporation
Commercializing a Terrific Idea

Bryce Christensen
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Dr. Bryce Christensen
2014 SUU Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
Protecting the Magic: How Poetry Survives in a Scientific World

Billy Collins
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Billy Collins
President Scott L. Wyatt's Inauguration Keynote Speaker
Delivering on America's Promise: A Poetry Reading

Anne Nobles
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Anne Nobles
Former Senior Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management, Eli Lilly
Individuals Matter: Making Ethics Work in Corporate America

Lee Abbott
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Lee K. Abbot
Utah Humanities Book Festival Guest Writer
All Things All at Once: New and Selected Stories

Tom Brewer
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Tom Brewer
Purple Heart and Bronze Star veteran of the Afghanistan war
Native American Heritage and Leadership: A Warrior's Story

Margaret Abraham
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Margaret Abraham
President, International Sociological Association
Transforming Education into International Experience

Elena Passarello
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Elena Passarello
Author of Let me Clear my Throat: Essays
Where the Wild Voices Are: A Literary Perspective on Wilderness

John McWhorter
Tuesday - January 15th, 2013
John McWhorter
What Language Is (And What It Isn't And What It Could Be)

Brandon Schrand
Tuesday - February 19, 2013
Brandon Schrand
Award Winning Author & SUU Alumnus
Reading in the Kindle Age: Or, Why Life-Writing Matters Now More than Ever

Douglas Brinkley
Tuesday - March 19, 2013
Douglas Brinkley; Award Winning Author & Presidential Historian
Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America

Tuesday - March 22, 2013
Aaron Benjamin, Robert Bjork, Scott Gronlund, Timothy Lee, and Daniel Schacter
A Gathering of Leading Psychologists

Margaret Atwood; Award Winning Canadian Author
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Margaret Atwood; Award Winning Canadian Author
The Futures Market: Stories We Tell About the Time to Come

Mark Keil; Professor of Computer Information Systems, Georgia State University
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Mark Keil; Professor of Computer Information Systems, Georgia State University
Transforming Healthcare in America: The Role of Information Technology and the Challenges that Lie Ahead

Earl Mulderink
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
America’s Civil War: Hollywood vs. History
Earl Mulderink; SUU Professor of History
In partnership with the Grace Adams Tanner Center for Human Values
Kirk Fitzpatrick, Director

Christine Schweiger
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Christine Schweiger
Professor of Science Entrepreneurship,
FHWien University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Entrepreneurship Research: Change in
Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Patrick Tucker
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Patrick Tucker, Author & Theatre Director and Christine Ozanne, Actress
A Discussion Moderated by Don Weingust
The Truth is Not Your Friend: Stories from the British Stage and Screen

Jane Hirshfield
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Jane Hirshfield
Award-Winning Poet
Come, Thief: A Collection of Poetry
The Art of Literature:
A Celebration of Authors, Books, and Place

Eric Liu
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Eric Liu
Former White House Domestic Policy Advisor & Author of The Gardens of Democracy
The Role of Creativity in an Animated Democracy

Craig Childs
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Craig Childs
Award-Winning Author
The Art of Literature:
A Celebration of Authors, Books, and Place

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Linda Smith, Artistic Director Repertory Dance Theatre
Merce Cunningham and the Avant Garde:
How to Pass, Kick, Fall and Run, and other works

Rev. France Davis
Friday - January 13, 2012
Rev. France Davis
The Importance of Education and Interreligious Dialogue

Susan Merson
Tuesday - January 24, 2012
Susan Merson
The Artist's Voice: Writing New Plays for Today's Society

Rick Berry
Thursday - February 2, 2012
Rick Berry
My Work & the Creative Process

Jeff Lieberman
Tuesday - February 7, 2012
Jeff Lieberman
Beyond Imagination

Dustin Heuston
Tuesday - February 14, 2012
Dustin Heuston
Engaging Literacy with Technology

Richard Oppel Jr.
Thursday - February 23, 2012
Richard Oppel Jr.
The Race for the Presidency

Jack Rolfe
Find Your Mission, Live Your Dream
President of the School Life Foundation
January 18, 2011

James Rasband
Recent Trends in Public Lands Policy
Dean of the J Reuben Clark Law School
January 25, 2011

Greg Mortenson
Promoting Peace Through Education
Co-Author of Three Cups of Tea,
Co-sponsored by the Tanner Center and SUUSA
February 1, 2011

Dr. Thoric Cederstrom
Malnutrition at the Margin: The Political Ecology of Hunger in the New Global Economy
February 8, 2011

Rev. France Davis
African-American Poetry, Story, and Song
February 22, 2011

Arlene Nofchissey Williams
Native American Week Presentation
March 1, 2011

Dava Sobel
Grace A. Tanner Lecture in Human Values
March 8, 2011

Dayton Duncan
Howard R. Driggs Memorial Lecture
March 20, 2011

Dr. Lianne McLarty
Feminism: It's not what you think it is...
Department of Film Studies, University of Victoria
Women's Week Presentation
March 29, 2011

Celine Cousteau
April 15, 2011

Senator Harry Reid
US Senate Majority Leader and SUU Alumnus
September 1, 2011

Dr. Kevin Stein
Always Having to Say You’re Sorry: A Comprehensive Content Analysis of the Public Apologies of Global Leaders, Organizations and Celebrities During the Past Century
Distinguished Faculty Lecture
September 13, 2011

Firoozeh Dumas
"Funny in Farsi: An Evening with Firoozeh Dumas"
September 22, 2011

Ken Jennings
"The Rewards of Curiosity"
September 27, 2011

Lauren Pelon and Gary Holthaus
Cultural Historians and Performing Artists
"The Story of Music, Stories from Home"
October 4, 2011

Dr. Charlyn Black
University of British Columbia Centre for Health Sciences and Policy Research
"The Canadian Health Care System"
October 11, 2011

Steve Mikita
Utah Assistant Attorney General
Presented in Coordination with SUU's Celebration of "Dis-Ability" week
October 25, 2011

Allen Fazio
Vice President of Global Business Technology Strategy for Disney's Theme Parks and Resorts,
Leadership Tool Box
November 1, 2011

Roxana Saberi
Author and Journalist
"Between Two Worlds: My Life and Captivity in Iran"
November 15, 2011


James W. Parkinson
Soldier Slaves: Abandoned by the White House, Courts, and Congress
January 12, 2010

Dr. Noah Feldman
Religion and World Affairs: Where Are We Going?
January 26, 2010

Lauren Pelon
The Living Roots of Music
February 2, 2010

Vonetta Flowers
Preparing For Opportunity
February 9, 2010

Lori Arviso Alvord
The Scalpel and Silver Bear: A Navajo Woman Surgeon's Story
March 2, 2010

Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah
Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers
March 9, 2010

Ririe Woodbury Dance Company
Alwin Nikolais Centennial Celebration
March 23, 2010

Clara Miranda
The New Immigrant Experience: A Cultural Journey
April 6, 2010

Dr. Eric Samuelsen
Henrik Ibsen: The Father of Modern Drama
April 13, 2010

Dr. Valerie M. Hudson
The Heart of the Matter: The Security of the Women and the Security of the States
September 7, 2010

Dr. Patricia Paystrup
The Larger Story Behind the Tragic Loss of Nine Lives in the Crandall Canyon Mine Disaster
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
September 14, 2010

Harry Markopolos
No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller
September 21, 2010

Donna Halper
The Story of Talk Radio: How It Began, How It Survived, and Why It Matters
September 28, 2010

Stephen Trimble
Forty Years in the Desert
October 5, 2010

Dr. Paul Werth
Russia's Empire: Religious Diversity Toleration
October 12, 2010

John Deckys
What Every American Must Know About Debt and Credit in Today's Economy
October 19, 2010

Roger Newman
How the Legacy of Justice Hugo Black Speaks to Us Today
October 26, 2010

Hassan Jallow
International Criminal Justice: The Work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
November 6, 2010

Dr. Bradley J. Cook
What Islam has Done for Us: Appreciating Islam's Contribution to the World
November 16, 2010

Joanie Smith
To Have and to Hold
January 13, 2009

James Vigil
Gangs and Life on the Streets
January 20, 2009

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Is Hatred an Appropriate Emotion?
January 22, 2009

Charles Holt
Sole: A Journey Through an American Quilt of Songs
February 3, 2009

Pastor France A. Davis
The History of Black Churches in Utah
February 17, 2009

David Corcoran
Science Coverage at the New York Times
February 29, 2009

Diane Dutton
A Women's Career: Leadership Beyond the Glass Ceiling
March 3, 2009

David Burgess
The History of Latin American Music
March 10, 2009

Nicole Alek'aq Colbert
Diversity Among Tribes
Native American Week
March 12, 2009

Ken Miller
Darwin, God and Design: America's Continuing Problem with Evolution
Tanner Lecture
March 24, 2009

Zinse Agginie
Connecting Cultures Through Rhythm
March 31, 2009

Dale Pike
Academia 2.0
April 7, 2009

Bryan Clay
Olympic Gold Medalist
April 14, 2009

Dr. Robert Davies
Climate of Change: Global Warming and the Struggle for Science-Wise Nation
September 1, 2009

Dr. James Aton
Land of Wildest Desolation: History Along the Green River
September 15, 2009

Dr. Jianli Yang
The Movement for Democracy in China Twenty Year after the Tiananmen Square Massacre
September 22, 2009

Brandon Schrand
An Unlikely Life in Letters
October 6, 2009

Benjamin Peterson
Dado: Southern Utah University Mexico
October 13, 2009

Dr. Benjamin Cohen
Pakistan: Divided Pasts, Uncertain Futures
October 27, 2009

Nancy Weber
Celebrated Education Consultant
November 10, 2009

Dr. Arthur Jones and Marta Barton
The Spiritual Projects
January 15, 2008

Susan Hadley & Bradley Sowash
Making a Jazz Mystery Ballet: American Culture Reflected in Dance and Music
January 29, 2008

Will & Company
Portraits of Courage: African Americans You Wish You Had Known
Black History Month
February 12, 2008

Len Barron
Einstein and Niels Bohr: Models of Wonder and Playfulness
February 26, 2008

Mary Kim Titla
Native American Week Presentation
March 11, 2008

Stephen Lewis
Race Against Time: Searching for Hope in AIDS-Ravaged Africa
March 27, 2008

Rosa Ramirez Guerrero
Teaching About Life through Dance
April 1, 2008

Dr. Edith Widder
Deep Sea Exploration
April 15, 2008

Dr. Joe Baker
Class, Ability, Mobility: Is It Better to Be Rich Or Smart?
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
September 16, 2008

SUU's College of Performing and Visual Arts
The Arts @ SUU: A Legacy and Vision
September 23, 2008

Dr. Donald L. McCabe
Promoting Academic Integrity
September 30, 2008

Portraits of Courage by Will & Company
Faces of America
October 7, 2008

Steve McCurry
Stories from the Field
October 8, 2008

Marshall Arisman
Enter the Light
October 14, 2008

Giovanni Ortega
The Philippines: Politics, Religion, and the Arts
October 21, 2008

Judy Blunt
Western Memoir: Writing from Place
October 28, 2008

Dr. Gary Telgenhoff
CSI: Let's Get Real
November 11, 2008

Repertory Dance Theater
100 Years of Dance
January 16, 2007

Harlan Cohen
Training for the Sport of Taking Risk
January 30, 2007

Hyrum Smith
The Abundance Mentality: Give More and you'll Have More
February 6, 2007

Dr. Clenora Hudson Weems
The Complete Emmett Till Story: Theft of the Different Sorts
February 13, 2007

Dr. Morris Berman
Locating the Enemy: Myth vs. Reality in US Foreign Policy
March 6, 2007

Darrell Robes Kipp
March 2, 2007

Peter Diamandis
The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Create it Yourself
March 27, 2007

Denise Grady
Science, Health, and Alternative medicine: Reporting from the New York Times
April 3, 2007

Lydia Paweski
Music in the Movies
September 4, 2007

Dr. Jeff Elison
The Self Under Siege: Coping with Shame, Guilt, and Humiliation
September 18, 2007

Judge Andrew Valdez
No One Makes It Alone
October 2, 2007

Donna L. Bowen, Darren Hawkins, Gary C. Bryner
Iraq: The Unintended Consequence of War
October 16, 2007

Elvia Alvarado
Don't Be Afraid Gringo
October 23, 2007

Carl Closs
George Washington
October 30, 2007

Isabelle Kessler & Loren Kahn
What A Choice!
November 13, 2007

Enrique Morones
Border Realities: The Truth About the US/Mexico Border
October 27, 2007

Michael York
Speak the Speech: Acting Shakespeare
January 26, 2006

Charles Holt
Black Boy
February 7, 2006

Kevin Mitnik
The Art of Deception
March 2, 2006

Alan Lightman
Einstein's Dream
March 7, 2006

Denise Alley
Native American Week Presentation
March 21, 2006

Dr. Mary Frances Arnold
Toto, We're Not In Kansas Anymore
March 28, 2006

Dr. Stephen R. Covey
The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness
April 6, 2006

Mary Manhein
Forensic Anthropology: The Real CSI
April 11, 2006

Michal Colgrass
Learning to Perform With Confidence In Life and Work
April 18, 2006

Greg Whiteley
September 5, 2006

Margaret Lowman
September 28, 2006

Dr. Joe Martin
October 3, 2006

Mark Seddon
October 17, 2006

Omar Kader
October 31, 2006

Jill Stevens
November 14, 2006

Neela Moorty
November 28, 2006

Dr. Britton Mace
December 5, 2006

Steven D. Bennion
Welcome to Southern Utah University
August 26, 2005

Heather Whitestone McCallum
S.T.A.R.S Succeed Through Action and Realization of Your Dreams
September 13, 2005

Dr Joe Quatrochi
Make It Happen!
September 27, 2005

Dr Joe Martin
It's Good To Be Ugly!
October 11, 2005

Dr. LaMont Johnson
Three Forces Leading to The Dream Machine
October 25, 2005

Chungliang Al Huang
East/West Synthesis
November 1, 2005

Will Bagley
January 23, 2003

Andre Minkins
February 6, 2003

Carol Lynn Pearson
February 20, 2003

Free Space Dance Company
February 27, 2003

Lena Judee
March 6, 2003

Bruce Gittings
March 27, 2003

Dr. Duane Smith
April 3, 2003

William Purkey
April 10, 2003

Helen Caldocott
April 17, 2003

Dr. Bryan Sykes
April 24, 2003

Mahera Harouny
January 17, 2002

Ken Wallentine
January 24, 2002

James Gottry
January 31, 2002

Tony Sparks
February 7, 2002

American Folk Ballet
February 14, 2002

Nikki Stone
February 28, 2002

KeAloha Mae Cody Alo
March 7, 2002

David Lee
March 21, 2002

Risa Steinberg
March 28, 2002

The Mystical Arts of Tibet
April 4, 2002

Steve Hein
April 18, 2002

Larry Gerlach
April 25, 2002

Bill Shaw SLOC
January 11, 2001

Rev. France Davis
January 18, 2001

Clenora Hudson-Weems
February 1, 2001

Dr. Charles Haynes
February 8, 2001

Gil White
February 15, 2001

Dr. Sam Billison
March 29, 2001

Dr. Vartan Gregorian
April 5, 2001

Light Motion
April 12, 2001

Jeffrey Abt
April 19, 2001

Jackie Berning
April 26, 2001

Christian Luginbuhl
August 30, 2001

James Aton
December 6, 2001


Jenny Quan
January 13, 2000

David Barker
January 20, 2000

Karl Malden
February 3, 2000

Philippe Wambe
February 10, 2000

Jack Horner
February 17, 2000

Carlos Cortez
February 23, 2000

Matthew Fox
February 24, 2000

Gwynne Dyer
March 1, 2000

C.F. Payne
April 6, 2000

Sissela Bok
April 13, 2000

Hilary Tann
April 20, 2000

Jackson Katz
August 31, 2000

Kurt Beston
August 31, 2000

Karen Shanor
September 7, 2000

Stain Jonstad
September 21, 2000

Bill Miller
October 5, 2000

Charles C. Alexander
October 12, 2000

Michael Dunn
October 19, 2000

Neela Moorty
October 26, 2000

Katie Koestner
November 1, 2000

LeLyn Hayslip
November 2, 2000

Xiaopo Huang
November 9, 2000

Shapiro and Smith Dance Co
November 16, 2000

Earl Mulderink
December 7, 2000

Gerald Molen
The Magic of the Visual Arts
January 14, 1999

Galen Abdur-Razzaq
Jazz: LIVE!
January 14, 1999

Loren M. Winters
Now You See It! - A Demonstration of High-Speed Phenomena
January 21, 1999

Daryl R. Miller
Circumnavigating the Mountains of Denali
January 28, 1999

Debra Bonner
Togo: Ballet Folklorique National - Danseurs et Musiciens
Black History Month
February 4, 1999

Lee G. Caldwell
Internet: The Next Generation
February 11, 1999

Kim Campbell
Political Memoirs: Time and Chance
February 18, 1999

James C. Christensen
A Journey of the Imagination
February 25, 1999

Daniel R. Schwarz
Reconfiguring Modernism: Explorations in the Relationship Between Modern Art and Modern Literature
March 4, 1999

Winona LaDuke
Native American Rights: Political and Environmental Issues
March 18, 1999

Michael James Mugits
George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation Visiting Scholars
March 25, 1999

John Trudell
Future Generations
April 1, 1999

Mark W. Moffet
The High Frontier: Exploring the Tropical Rainforest Canopy
April 8, 1999

Kim Peek
The Real Rain Man
Disability Awareness Week
April 15, 1999

Academic Award Convocation
April 22, 1999

Three Guys Talking Into the 21st Century
Welcome Back Week
August 26, 1999

Derrick Ashong
Killing Cool: Igniting the Soul of Society
September 2, 1999

Murray Louis
Dance at the Millennium
September 9, 1999

Doug Miller
Outdoors with Doug Miller
September 16, 1999

Gary Cohen
Better Grades in Less Time
September 23, 1999

Jean Kilbourne
Deadly Persuasion: Advertising and Addiction
September 30, 1999

Sherry Bennett-Hayes
What It Takes To Be Successful in Business Today
October 7, 1999

Charles C. Alexander
Whoever Would Know the Mind and Heart of America Hd Better Learn - Baseball?
October 14, 1999

James Copple
A Nationwide Commitment: Prevent Crime, Build Safer Communities
Substance Abuse & Violence Week
October 21, 1999

Alan Charles Kors
The Shadow University: The Betrayal of Liberty on America's Campuses
October 28, 1999

Don Campbell
The Mozart Effect
November 4, 1999

Betty Williams
Ireland: A Voice for the Children
International Week
November 11, 1999

Marc Reisner
The Cadillac Desert
November 18, 1999

Carolivia Herron
Nappy Hair: Racism, Sexism and First Amendment Issues
December 2, 1999

Jon Smith
Who Speaks for the Animals? The Media and Endangered Species
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
December 9, 1999

Melo Sturua
Fledging Freedoms: Russia and the Emerging Former Soviet States
January 8, 1998

The Ahn Trio
January 15, 1998

Glenn Latham
The Power of Positive Parenting and Effective Instruction
SUU Education Week
January 15, 1998

Ward Connerly
Proposition 209: Ending Racial Preferences
Human Rights Week
January 22, 1998

Stephen Moore
Privatizing the Social Security System: A Boon to Young Workers
January 29, 1998

Oak Ridge Boys
February 5, 1998

Xiaopo Huang
Understanding China Today: Serious Analysis and Personal Insight
February 12, 1998

Richard W. Paul
Critical Thinking: An Interconnected Network of Skills, Habits, Attitudes & Passions
February 19, 1998

CF Payne
Original Creative Thoughts: Is It Disappearing?
February 26, 1998

Betty Mahmoody
For the Love of a Child
March 5, 1998

David Schwartz
Great Earthquakes of the Past & Future
March 12, 1998

Bob Levey
April 2, 1998

James Kunstler
April 9, 1998

Joy Harjo
April 23, 1998

Carolyn Tanner
April 30, 1998

Joseph C. Collins
May 7, 1998

Ric Masten
May 21, 1998

Frank Layden
The Jazz and More
August 27, 1998

Education Happens Beyond the Classroom
September 3, 1998

Bruce Steivel
Nevada Dance Theatre
September 10, 1998

Parker Palmer
The Recovery of Community in Higher Education: Focus on Teaching and Learning
September 14, 1998

Feed the Fire
Homecoming Week
September 17, 1998

Alan Ashton
Success in Business and Life
October 24, 1998

Richard Harsh
Capturing the Passion
October 1, 1998

Terry L. Anderson
Free Market Environmentalism
October 8, 1998

James Malinchak
From College to the Real World
October 15, 1998

Tom Jackson
Prevention: An Activities-based Approach to Teaching Life Skills
Substance Abuse and Violence Week
October 22, 1998

The Mystical Arts of Tibet
Sacred Music Sacred Dance For World Healing
October 29, 1998

James Loewen
What Do We Teach Our Children
November 5, 1998

Barrie Thorne
Trans-National Childhoods
November 12, 1998

Zev Kedem
A Survivor Celebrates Life
International Week November 19, 1998

Peter Smith
Free Speech In America: Some New Threats
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
December 3, 1998

Kellyanne Fitzpatrick
National Politics: The Next Four Years
January, 9, 1997

Stacey Bess
Nobody Don't Love Nobody: Lessons on Love From the School With No Name
SUU Education Week
January 16, 1997

William Gates
Hoop Dreams
January 23, 1997

Stephen Trimble
The People: Indians of the American Southwest
January 30, 1997

Brenda Wong Aoki
Random Acts of Kindness
February 6, 1997

Katherine Woods
Sojourner Truth: Her Journey from Slave to Abolitionist
February 13, 1997

Bob Leuci
NYPD True: Ethics, Morality and the Police
February 20, 1997

Roger D. "Sam" Wilson
February 27, 1997

Mary Kay Blakely
American Mom - Reflections of an Outlaw
March 6, 1997

Dorothy & Robert DeBolt
Who Are The DeBolts and Why Do They Have Twenty Children
Disability Awareness Week
March 27, 1997

James Burke
Riding the Network
April 3, 1997

Father Leo Booth
Discovering Our Potential For Living and Loving
April 10, 1997

Melody McCoy
April 17, 1997

Ted Stewart
The Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument: Promises, Realities, and What-Ifs
April 24, 1997

Renn Zaphiropolous
Preparing For Success
May 8, 1997

Greg Sanders
Meet the Composer: Into the Sun
May 15, 1997

Jean Kilbourne
Deadly Persuasion: Advertising and Addiction
May 22, 1997

S.S Moorty
Academic Award Convocation
May 29, 1997

Steven D. Bennion
The Genius & Legacy of America's Founders
September 25, 1997

Marlon Smith
The High-Tech Motivator
October 2, 1997

David Halpern
By A Clearer Light: Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the National Park Service
October 9, 1997

Jaffe-Fernandez Duo
Violincello & Piano Demonstration
October 16, 1997

Katie Koestner
No Visible Bruises: The Katie Koestner Story
October 23, 1997

Philip E. Allsen
Why Exercise? Or How to Avoid Physiological Bankruptcy
October 30, 1997

Frank J. Sulloway
Birth Order, Family Dynamics, and Creative Lives: From Darwinian Evolution to World History
November 6, 1997

Chitra Divakarund
India: History & Culture
November 13, 1997

Jane Elliott
Anatomy of Prejudice
November 20, 1997

Larry Ping
Culture of Mass Murder: Anti-Semitism and the Origins of the Holocaust
December 4, 1997

Barry Williams
Growing Up Brady: I Was A Teenage Greg
4 January, 1996

Mike Korologos
2002 Winter Olympics: Impact and Implications to Southern Utah
11 January, 1996

W.B. Bill Andrews
Yucca Mountain: High Level Nuclear Waste Repository
18 January, 1996

Carl Boyd
Positive Teaching: Cultural Diversity as Cultural Communality
25 January, 1996

Tony Harris
Unlearning Racism
Black History Month
1 February, 1996

Terre Laree Burton
The Lady on the Trail: Disposable Baggage?
8 February, 1996

David H. Levy
Jupiter: The Collision of the Century
Science Education Week
15 February, 1996

Joseph A. Gatto
The Visual Arts and Economic Realities
Arts Education Week
22 February, 1996

Rick Ross
Paramilitary Terrorism
7 March, 1996

Carolyn Forche
Poetry Reading
8 March, 1996

Peggy Stock
The Lady or the Tiger
21 March, 1996

Peggy Reeves Sanday
Rape-Prone Versus Rape-Free Campus
28 March, 1996

Warren Farrell
Why Men Are the Way They Are
4 April, 1996

Kenneth Arrow
What Does the Present Owe The Future? An Economic and Ethical Perspective on Climate Change
Tanner Lecture
11 April, 1996

Peterson Zah
The Struggle and Pain Continues: Our Future Is In Our Youth
Native American Week
18 April, 1996

Gregory Gillespie
Gregory Gillespie: The Real and the Imagine
25 April, 1996

Hyrum Smith
Planning Your Way to Success
2 May, 1996

Stevan Kukic
The First Step Toward Interdependence
9 May, 1996

Charles S. Peterson
Centennial Reflections: Southern Utah Parks & the Shifting Missions of Federalism 1896-1945
16 May, 1996

Academic Award Convocation
23 May, 1996

Gentry Lee
The Challenge of the 21st Century
26 September, 1996

Ken Verdoia
Utah Centennial: The Great Untold Story of Utah's Struggle for Statehood
3 October, 1996

Anne Leavitt
Southern Utah University: The First 100 Years
Homecoming Week
10 October, 1996

Sharon Lund
Living in the Age of AIDS
17 October, 1996

Daniel Haro
Fear in the Streets: Domestic and Gang Violence
Substance Abuse and Violence Week
24 October, 1996

Edwin Brown Firmage
Law and Beyond Law: Peace and Justice
31 October, 1996

Bruce A. Vincent
Community: Reclaiming Local Culture and Economy
7 November, 1996

Mark Plotkin
Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice: Brazil
International Week
14 November, 1996

Barta Lee Heiner
Diantha Farr Clayton: A Pioneer Portrait
21 November, 1996

Satyam S. Moorty
East and West: A Time to Meet
Tanner Lecture
5 December, 1996

Carole Gallagher
American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War
5 January, 1995

Donald Johanson
In Search of Human Origins
12 January, 1995

Nick J. Lampros
The Business of Baseball
19 January, 1995

Dr. Schaffer, Mr. Stern, Prof Jones
From Dancing to D-alphatocopheral Acetate
26 January, 1995

Greer Dawson-Wilson
Weaving the Tapestry
Black History Month
2 February, 1995

Faith Ringgold
Faith Ringgold: 30 Years Making Art
9 February, 1995

Dennis Jackson
La Boheme
16 February, 1995

Eugenie Scott
Echoes of Darwinism
23 February, 1995

Samuel F. Pickering Jr.
Turning the Ordinary Into the Extraordinary
2 March, 1995

Bettina Gregory
Women, Politics, and the Media
Women's History Week
9 March, 1995

Jan Graham
Legal Issues In Utah: A Perspective From The Attorney General
23 March, 1995

Brent Robinson
Cambridge Tradition and Innovation
30 March, 1995

Renn Zaphiropolous
Factors For Business Success
6 April, 1995

Peggy Shumaker
A reading
26 April, 1995

Tom Goldtooth
Environmental Indigenous Justice
Native American Week
27 April, 1995

Pueblo Nuestro
In Celebration of Cinco de Mayo
4 May, 1995

Ernest Boyer
The Education Person
11 May, 1995

George Lowe
Getting Beyond "Yes" to Unlimited and Exciting Possibilities
18 May, 1995

Academic Award Convocation
25 May, 1995

Rudy Ruettiger
Never Give Up on Your Dreams
21 September, 1995

Peter von Sivers
Honor: Christian and Muslim Cultural Encounters During the Crusades
28 September, 1995

Bill Demby
Bill Demby: A Profile Courage
Disability Awareness Week
5 October, 1995

Rick Bojak
Coach in the Classroom
Homecoming Week
12 October, 1995

Wilford Brimley
Hollywood and the West
19 October, 1995

Geneva Berns
Drugs/Alcohol/Violence: What's the Spirit Got to Do With It? Hope For the Future
Substance Abuse and Violence Week
26 October, 1995

Louise Serpa
Thirty Years in the Arena
2 November, 1995

Ririe Woodbury Dance Company
Not the Same Old Song and Dance
9 November, 1995

Alfonso Hecks
An Eyewitness View: The Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler and Its Lesson for Our Time.Can It Happen Again
International Week
16 November, 1995

Dr. Michael Stathis
The Crusades: A Modern Perspective on the Nine Hundredth Anniversary of the Event
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
20 November, 1995

Michael Moore
Roger and Me: Contemporary Film and Its Essence
6 January, 1994

Richard Shelton
A reading
10 January, 1994

Reverend France Davis/Just a Portion Gospel Choir
SUU Multicultural Center
11 January, 1994

Andrea Parrot
Sex: How to Get What You Want But Not More Than You Bargained For
13 January, 1994

The Ames Piano Quartet
27 January, 1994

Michael York
The Actor and His Work
3 February, 1994

Samite of Uganda performing artist
10 February, 1994

Alicia Quintano
Love is Hell and Other Stories
17 February, 1994

Frank Layden
Basketball and Beyond
24 February, 1994

Laura Shamas
Playwrighting for Theatre, Film and Television
3 March, 1994

Dr. Jerry B. Harvey
The Abilene Paradox: The Management of Agreement
10 March, 1994

George Kenney
Bosnia Deadline: Peace or Conflict
24 March, 1994

Dr. Kenneth N. Buchi
The Air We Breathe: The Harmful Effects of Environmental Tobacco
31 March, 1994

Sondra Freckelton
Contemporary Watercolor
7 April, 1994

Dr. Shirley Hill Witt
International Understanding Through Growing Up Indian
Native American Week
14 April, 1994

Linda & Richard Eyre
Teaching Your Children Values
21 April, 1994

Alan C. November
Emerging Roles of Students, Educators and Community in the Information Age
28 April, 1994

Dr. Sterling McMurrin
The Crisis of Western Culture
Grace A. Tanner Lecture in Human Values
5 May, 1994

A. Graham Down
Can Public Education Be Saved
12 May, 1994

H. Dean Nielsen
The Moral Basis for the Thirds-World Development Assistance in the Post Cold-War Era
19 May, 1994

Academic Award Convocation
26 May, 1994

Stephen Trimble
The Spirit of the Desert West
22 September, 1994

Michael Medved
Hollywood vs America
29 September, 1994

Duane Smith
Old, New and Future West
6 October, 1994

Bertice Berry
Humor Through Life
Homecoming Week
13 October, 1994

Isileli Tausinga
Drugs, Violence & Utah's Youth
Substance Abuse Week
20 October, 1994

Geri Jewell
Overcoming Your Disabilities: Physically Challenged, but Mentally Capable
27 October, 1994

Gerald D. Nash
American and the West
3 November, 1994

Jose Antonio Burciaga
Spilling the Beans: Reflections on Mexico and the United States
International Week
10 November, 1994

Ona Sapporin & Anna Butler 
A Mosaic of Uncommon Common Women
17 November, 1994

James W. Harrison
It's About Time!
1 December, 1994

B. Gentry Lee
A Vision of the Future
7 January, 1993

L. Hunter Lovins
How Not to Parachute More Cats
14 January, 1993

E. Ethelbert Miller
A Reading
SUU Multicultural Center
21 January, 1993

Jeremy Rifkin
The Genetic Age
28 January, 1993

John Grinder
Modeling of Excellence
4 February, 1993

Shirley Jones
Human Rights: Personal Awareness and Diversity in Our Society
SUU Multicultural Center
11 February, 1993

James A. MacMahon
Global Change: Facts, Fiction and Utah's Future
18 February, 1993

Steven Dietz
Politics in Contemporary American Theatre
25 February, 1993

James A. Crupi
New Dimensions in a World Economy
4 March, 1993

Susan Frank
The Art of Negotiation
11 March, 1993

Barbara Gordon
I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can
25 March, 1993

Dr. Cordelia Candelaria
Arroyos To The Heart: The Discourses of Poetry
Women's History Week
1 April, 1993

Marvin L. Cobb
College Sports in the 90s
8 April, 1993

Dr. J.D. Williams
Thomas Jefferson: The Renaissance Comes to America
13 April, 1993

Clay Jenkinson
The Thomas Jefferson: Revolutionary and Nation Builder
15 April, 1993

Dr. Terry Tafoya
Hearts in Harmony: The Sacred Dance of Native American Spirituality
29 April, 1993

William Glasser
Control Theory: Meeting Needs in Private Industry and Education
6 May, 1993

Michael Dorris
Beyond Cliché: Beyond Stereotype Multiculturalism As A Fact In America
7 May, 1993

Drugs, Sports and Politics
13 May, 1993

Joel and Michelle Levey
Peak Performance and Mind-Fitness Training
20 May, 1993

Academic Award Convocation
27 May, 1993

Li Lu
What is Next for China?
23 September, 1993

Dr. Niles Eldredge
Mass Extinctions and the Biodiversity Crisis
30 September, 1993

Keith Terry
Body Music
7 October, 1993

Dr. Jerry Braza
Living Life to the Fullest Means Living…Moment by Moment
14 October, 1993

Jose Torres
Tame the Beast Inside: Violence & Drugs in American Society
21 October, 1993

Panel of regional and state leaders
The Virgin River Water and Beyond: Adjudicated, Managed and Owned by Whom?
28 October, 1993

Humanware: A Japanese Management Secret
International Week
4 November, 1993

Floyd Cochran
Inside the Aryan Nation
11 November, 1993

Dorothy Bailey
The Rodney King Trial: The Tale of Two Jurors
18 November, 1993

Dr. Suzanne Larson
Little Red Riding Hood, Can You Tell if the Big Bad Wolf is Lying
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
2 December, 1993

Al McGuire
9 January, 1992

Dr. Alla D. Paroyatnikova
An Inside View of Education in the USSR
16 January, 1992

Dr. Ron Coleman
Deep Roots: The Evolution of African-American Christianity
23 January, 1992

Dick Bass
Seven Summits: A Multimedia Presentation
30 January, 1992

Bill Holm
A Poetry Reading
6 February, 1992

Viewing of Through the Wire/An In-Depth Look at America's Prisons
13 February, 1992

Nina Rosenblum and Zivco Pulisic
Discussion of Through the Wire
20 February, 1992

Dr. Joseph C. Sharp
27 February, 1992

Frederick Moyer Lecture
5 March, 1992

Ally Acker
Reel Women: Pioneers of the Cinema
12 March, 1992

Sigmund Abeles
The Artist's Responsibility or Must Truth Be Offensive?
Cedar City Arts Council
2 April, 1992

Arlene Hirschfelder
Unlearning Indian Stereotypes/Learning Native American Realities
Native American Month
9 April, 1992

Gil White
Traveling Abroad on a Limited Budget
16 April, 1992

Dr David Pierpont Gardner
23 April, 1992

Walter Echo-Hawk
Native American Religious and Repatriation
Native American Month
28 April, 1992

Dr. David S. Wyman
America and the Holocaust
30 April, 1992

Kim Peek
Dialogue with an Autistic
1 May, 1992

Edwin Napia
Taaniko: Exploring Polynesian Origins
Polynesian Week
7 May, 1992

Susan O' Conor
Utah Gangs: Not Your Average Cultural Youth Group
14 May, 1992

Dr. Levi Peterson
Juanita Brooks: A Historian's Purging of a Festering Wound
21 May, 1992

Academic Award Convocation
28 May, 1992

Paul Winter
Earth Music - Demonstration
24 September, 1992

William Palmer
Columbus Re-discovered
1 October, 1992

Wess Roberts
What Every Leader Needs to Know
8 October, 1992

Phyllis Schlafly
Campaign '92: A Closer Look
15 October, 1992

Darrell Krueger
Quality Education: Guaranteeing the Future of America
Homecoming Week
22 October, 1992

James Hansen/Ron Holt
Congressional Political Debate
22 October, 1992

Jose Barreiro
The Caribbean Tiano: Adaptation, Continuity and Survival
International Week
29 October, 1992

Wade Davis
The Serpent and the Rainbow
5 November, 1992

Dallas Taylor
Appetite for Destruction: Drugs, Alcohol, and Recovery
Substance Abuse Week
12 November, 1992

Mary Fisher
If You Can Dream…
Senator Orrin Hatch Lecture
19 November, 1992

James A. Vlasich
The Doubleday Mythand: The Baseball Hall of Fame
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
3 December, 1992

David Sharpton
Being Powerful in the Face of AIDS
10 January, 1991

Dr. Gerald R. Sherratt
The University Era
17 January, 1991

Stephen Stills
Political Activism and the Arts
24 January, 1991

Pin Points
1001 Black Inventions
Cedar City Arts Council
31 January, 1991

Dr. Garth Fisher
Strategies for Living a Healthy and Vigorous Life
7 February, 1991

Barre Toelken
Folklore and Reality in the American West
14 February, 1991

Len Barron
Einstein and the 21st Century
Cedar City Arts Council
21 February, 1991

Dr. George P. Lee
28 February, 1991

Patricia Truxler Aikins
Geography of the Heart: Utah Women Writers and the Utah Renaissance
Utah Endowment for the Humanities
7 March, 1991

Linda Hogan
A Literary Presentation
Native American Week
4 April, 1991

Keith Blume
Everybody Eats: The Key to Global Survival
11 April, 1991

Boris Notkin
Good Morning Moscow
Tanner Lecture
18 April, 1991

Brenda Wong Aoki
25 April, 1991

SUU Patriot's Week
SUU ROTC/Patriot's Week
2 May, 1991

Dr. Patrick Overton
9 May, 1991

Ballet Folklorico Demonstration
Cedar City Arts Council
16 May, 1991

Dr. George Leaming
The Economic Impact of Proposed Wilderness Land Withdrawals in Utah
23 May, 1991

Academic Award Convocation
30 May, 1991

Roger Crawford
We All Have Handicaps; You Can See My Handicap but I Can't See Yours
26 September, 1991

Daniel Kemmis
Renewing Politics: Moving From the Lowest
3 October, 1991

Homecoming Week
10 October, 1991

Gary Shepard
The Persian Gulf War: From Its Beginning and Its Impact Today
17 October, 1991

Chuck Jackson
Self- Esteem: Life's Most Basic Skill
Substance Abuse Week
24 October, 1991

Sara Weddington
The Leadership of Tomorrow
31 October, 1991

Dr.Patrick Overton
Art, Religion & Politics: Strange Bedfellows?
7 November, 1991

Adrian Burgess
In Search of Everest
14 November, 1991

Dr. Manning Marable
International Week
21 November, 1991

Dr. Verlinda Thompson
We Are All Learners
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture
5 December, 1991


David Aikman
Communism: A Grand Failure from China to Europe

James L. Tingey
Eathquake Preparedness: A Utah Issue?

Carol Channing
Hollywood and Hello Dolly!

Xiang-dong Kong

The Bucket Dance Company

Roseann P. Bell.
African/American Literature: Portrayal of a Culture
SUSC Multicultural Center/Black Awareness Week

Don Weller
An Inside Look at Graphic Design: 1960-1990 ( A Slide Production)

Horse Sense

E. Paul Palmer
The Discover of "Cold Fusion": The Continuing Investigation and Attractive Problems

Aileen Clyde and Judge Sharon McCully
Gender and Justice

Paul Solman
The American Economy in the 90s: What to Worry About, What Not to Worry About

Dr. George Cornell
Governmental Relations: Native Americans and Anglo-Americans
Native American Week

Eric Marchant
Personalities and Attitudes

Repertory Dance Theater Demonstration
Utah Arts Council/National Endowment for the Arts

Donald Kennedy
Tanner Lecture

Marvin Bell
The Truth About Poetry, a Reading With Comentary

Jack Beal
Realism as an Art Movement, a Slide Presentation

James Gritz
Drugs and the Parallel Government
Patriot's Week

Academic Award Convocation

Larry Speakes
Election 1990

Lynne D. Finney
Understanding and Healing Sexual Abuse

Michael O. Leavitt
Homecoming Week

Si Kahn
Culture and Community: Reclaiming Ourselves

Saud/Live Jazz!

Peter F. Drucker
The Changing Corporation

Robin B. Wright
Conflict, Religion and Politics in the Middle East
SUSC Multicultural Center /International Week

Jack Thompson/Bill Siddons
Debate: Censorship and Obscenity

Dr. Alan Hamlin
From College to Corporation: The Impact of Recent Social and Economic Trends on American Institutions of Higher Education
Distinguished Faculty Honor Lecture

Father Leo Booth
Co-dependency: Learning to Love Ourselves
Subtance Abuse Week

Hyrum Smith
Focus on Time and Life Management

Dr. Don Lind
The Space Experience

Robert Ingram Jr.
Martin Luther King and his Writings

Dr. Kristen Ries/Dr. Byron K. Murray
AIDS Update

Wallace Terry
Bloods: The American Experience in Vietnam
SUSC Multicultural Center

Diane Dupuy
Miracles Can Happen

Western Opera Company
Demonstration of Madame Butterfly
Cedar City Music Arts

Dr. Stephen R. Covey & Associates
The Liberating Power of Personal Mission Statements

Associated Students of SUSC
Election Debate

Betty Mahmoody
Not Without My Daughter

Dr. Michael Carrera
Sex: The Facts, The Acts, Your Feelings

WM. James Mortimer
Dim Bulbs in the 1990's

Jeanne M. Oyawin Eder
Waheenee, Buffalo Bird Woman

Audry E. Emmett
Driving to Parowan

Jean Baer
When to Say No, When to Say Yes

Burch Mann's American Folk Ballet
A Preview of May 5 Concert

Barbara Thomas
Value Component of the American Economic System/Capitalism
Tanner Lecture

Paul H. Dunn
SUSC ROTC/Patriotic Week

SUSC Academic Awards Convocation

Spanky McFarland
An Inside Look at "Little Rascals"

Utah Shakespearean Festival Costume Calvacade

Thadis W. Box
The Role of Public Lands and Sustainable Life-styles

David Yeskulka
Common Security: Strategies for Peace and Defense

James Mapes
Quantum Leap Thinking

Jesse Bennett as Patrick Henry
Give Me Liberty or at Least a Bill of Rights

Stacy Allison
Reaching the Summit

Pei Minxin
Student Power - The Spark of Revolution
International Week

Madame Nien Cheng
Life and Death in Shanghai
International Week

Richard H. Ropers
Toward a Kinder and Gentler America: Ending Persistent Poverty and Fulfilling the American Dream
Honor Lecture

Gary Applegate
Re-Thinking: A Strategy of Change
Subtance Abuse Week

Colonel Frank Borman
An Inside Look at Corporate America

Michael Cohen
The Colorado Plateau Landscape and People
Utah Endowment for the Humanities

Donald Woods
Cry Freedom: Apartheid and the Tragedy of South Africa
SUSC Multicultural Center

Darnel Hanley
From Africa to Black America
SUSC Multicultural Center/Black Awareness Week

Ririe Woodbury Dance Company
Dance Concert/Lecture
Utah Arts & Council

Stan Brunson
Cowboys, Indians and Mormons

Colonel Roger Hugh C. Donlon
Why I Defend the American Dream
SUSC ROTC/Patriotic Week

Judy Carter Howells

William Kloefkorn
SUSC Literary Guild

Jesse L. Embry

Fred Barnes
A Conservative Look at Election '88

Robert Drew Moren
Drugs in America - An Insider's Perspective, Facts and Solutions

Charlotte Black Elk
Walking the Good Road
SUSC Multicultural Center

Harold Wilson
A View From Downing Street

R. Gilbert Moore
The Utah Space Connection

Milton Jensen & Todd Woodbury
Utah Arts & Council

Juana Maria Bordas
The America of the Future
SUSC Multicultural Center

Renn Zaphiropolous
Beyond Mere Survival to Excellence in Human Performance

Ivy Ruckman
Discussion of the Business of Fiction Writing
SUSC Literary Guild

Academic Award Convocation

Scott M. Matheson
The Black Hole Approach to Government

Merill Cook, Gov Norman Bangerter, Ted Wilson
A 1988 Gubernatorial Debate moderated by Ken Verdoia

William Kittredge
Author Reads and Discusses his Writing

American Festival Ballet

Lisa Birnback
Going to Work

Linda Sillitoe
Salamender: the Story of the Mormon Forgery Murders

Arthur Macy Cox
The USA and USSR: The Requirements for Stable Co-Existence
International Week

Parker Drew
Mark Twain Revisited with Parker Drew

Dr. Jim Aton
Inventing John Wesley Powell: The Major, His Admirers, and Cash-Register Dams in the Colorado River Basin
Honor Lecture

Dr. Jean Kilbourne
Under the Influence: The Pushing of Alcohol via Advertising
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week

Carol Lynn Pearson

Repertory Dance Theater A dance demonstration/lecture

Robert Pritchart

Alex Haley

France A. Davis

James Burke
The Day the Universe Changed

Jack Algeo

Pat McInally

Neil Sandburg

William and Kim Stafford
Father and Son Poets

Kathryn L. MacKay

Billy Mills
Keeping the Vision Alive

Utah Pipe Band
A Bagpipe Concert

Joseph J. Ward
International Financial Market Today

Arno A. Penzias
The Computer-enhanced Human Being
Tanner Lecture

Wesley Larson
Folk Tales from Southern Utah

Leslie Norris
Utah Arts Council & Literay Guild

D. Michael Quinn
Beyond the Hoffman Documents: Early Mormonism and Folk Magic
Iron Country Historical Society

Scott J. Bornstein
The Fourth Remembering: Mastering the Mind's Potential

Southern Utah State College
Academic Award Convocation

Stephen Furst
From Flounder to Dr. Axelrod - A look at show biz

Larry Miller
Successful Management: Finding a Style That Works for You

Dr. Edward Shmider
Soviet Violin Professor Demonstration

Alexander Ginzburg
The Struggle for Human Rights in the U.S.S.R

Dr. Lamond Tullis
Who Goes Hungry and Why? And International Perspective on Cocaine Traffic

Harvey Wasserman
Killing Our Own

Dr. Stanford Cazier
Our Inspired Consitution

John Hull
Inside Camp Contra with John Hull
International Week

Dr. Peter P. Smith
SDI: The Software Connection
Honor Lecture

Dr. Stephen Glenn
Reaching Your Capabilities

Dr. Timothy Leary
Think for Yourself - Question Authority

Eldridge Cleaver
Black History - From Panther to Politician

Dr. Mark Littman
Halley's Comet - Multi-Media Presentation

DeWitt Jones
John Muir's High Sierra - Multi-Media Presentation

Donald Hall
A Reading

Baxter Black

Gentry Lee
Exploration and the Human Spirit

Ann Marie McDermott
A Concert
Utah Arts Council

Jackie Nokes
The Age of Communication

William L. Rathje
The Garbage Project - Archeology of Yesterday's Lunch

Bruce Dern
On the Edge with Bruce Dern

Frank Layden

James V. Hansen VS Gunn Mckay
Congressional Debate

Robert Browning
Hillstreet Blues: A comparative transition from academics to real life

Bill Evans
Dance Concert/Lecture

Robert Muller
The Vietnam Experience: What Really Happened?

Dr. Lennox Tierney
Media Presentation: A Comparision of East and West Cultures

Eugene McCarthy
Election '86: An Analysis

Elouise Bell

Dr. James Mills
Distinguished Faculty and Honor Lecture Foreigh Relations and International Communication
Honor Lecture

Borge Andersen

Dr. Robert C. Maxson

James G. Watt

Maxine McIntyre

Richard Shelton

James Meredith
co-sponsored by SUSC BSU

Milton Jensen & Todd Woodbury
co-sponsored by Utah Arts & Council

George S. Goldberger

Carol Siskind

Jerry Apodaca

Joann Ottley
SUSC Music Department

Pat Cranston

John Maestes

William Stafford

Rex Lee

Jerry Rubin

Wayne Hinton
Honor Lecture

Larry Linville
M*A*S*H revisited with Major Frank Burns

Denise Low & Jane Ciabattari

Bobby Seale & Stuart Pringle
"Appartheid: Black and White, Green and Gold - Economic Issues vs. Racial Issues"

L. Jackson Newell
"Personal Values in a Changing Society"

Barry Lopez

The Sojourners

Terri Martin
"Canyonlands: A Sojourn Through the Southwest"

Henry Marsh

William A. Weimer
"What's Going on in Japan."

Richard Thompson
Honor Lecture

Tom Sullivan

Dick Nourse

Dan Jones

Norman H. Bangerter

Wayne Owens

Betty Williams

Robert Hastings
UFO's - The Hidden Story

Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum

Edwin Brown Firmage

James W. Harrison
Can language be trusted -- at all?
SUSC Faculty Honor Lecture

Dan Clark - "The Power of Positive Thinking"
March 24, 1983