Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows Lecture Series


The Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows program is a Council of Independent Colleges initiative that brings prominent artists, diplomats, journalists, business leaders, and other nonacademic professionals to campuses across the United States for substantive dialogue with students and faculty members. Through a week-long residential program of classes, seminars, workshops, lectures, and informal discussions, the Fellows create better understanding and new connections between the academic and nonacademic worlds. This collection includes public lectures from some of the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows who have been in residence at Linfield University.


Lectures from 2018

Woodrow Wilson Fellow Reading: Achy Obejas, Achy Obejas

Lectures from 2016

Making a Real Difference on Earth Day and Every Day, Florence Reed

Lectures from 2014

The Legacy of Rachel Carson: Do Environmentalists Make Any Difference?, Robert Musil

Lectures from 2012

The College: Our Shining City on the Hill, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend