In addition to the school's lecture series and student focused events, the school also puts together several events throughout the year celebrating major milestones in our country's history. Specifically, the school hosts an annual discussion for Constitution Day and in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Learn more about our Signature Series events below.
Martin Luther King Day Address
The Martin Luther King Day address includes historical and contemporary conversations about race in American society within the framework of civic discourse that inspires all of our public programs. The Martin Luther King Day lecture seeks to illuminate the challenges we have confronted and continue to face with regard to race in American society, as well as to acknowledge the promise and progress that King perceived in the American political principles expressed in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Constitution Day Lecture
Each year, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leaderships hosts an annual Constitution Day Address, meant to be a celebration of the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and the importance of the document today.
In its third year, the Constitution Day Lecture has welcomed deep conversation and productive debate about the crafting of the U.S. Constitution, its writers, and its objectives. Watch all of our previous Constitution Day lectures below.