Common Hour Spring 2023: Service Learning in the Dominican Republic

The theme for the Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Common Hour is Honorable Leadership. We are excited to share the schedule for the Spring 2022 Common Hour series with the sub-topic, Access to Healthcare. We will explore what that means by digging into a different issue each month, and engaging with speakers that bring diverse perspectives and experiences.

Wendell Smith, Associate Professor at Wilson College
“Service Learning in the Dominican Republic”

For more information visit: https://www.wilson.edu/common-hour

Common Hour Spring 2023: Caring for the Underserved

The theme for the Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Common Hour is Honorable Leadership. We are excited to share the schedule for the Spring 2022 Common Hour series with the sub-topic, Access to Healthcare. We will explore what that means by digging into a different issue each month, and engaging with speakers that bring diverse perspectives and experiences.

David Grant, Chief Operating Officer, Keystone Health
“Caring for the Underserved”

For more information visit: https://www.wilson.edu/common-hour

Common Hour Spring 2023: Healthy Franklin County

The theme for the Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Common Hour is Honorable Leadership. We are excited to share the schedule for the Spring 2022 Common Hour series with the sub-topic, Access to Healthcare. We will explore what that means by digging into a different issue each month, and engaging with speakers that bring diverse perspectives and experiences.

Noel Purdy, Executive Director, Healthy Franklin County
“Healthy Franklin County: Public Health and Community Building”

Student Research Day and Academic Awards Ceremony 2022

Student Research Day was founded in 2010 as a way to recognize and celebrate the research, scholarship and creative activities of students and their faculty mentors. It provides an opportunity for undergraduates–especially seniors–to share their scholarly research or creative projects with a supportive community of faculty, staff and peers. The day is also a collective recognition and understanding of the wide spectrum of research disciplines students and faculty are involved in as they pursue creative academic and scholarly achievements. 

Women's History Month Lecture Series: Navigating the COVID Crisis: Balancing Physical and Mental Health

Navigating the COVID Crisis: Balancing Physical and Mental Health

Presented by Julie Beck, Professor of Nursing

Wednesday, March 9 at 4 p.m.
Lenfest Learning Commons, John Stewart Memorial Library In-person or via Zoom (Zoom details will be shared the morning of each event)

Panel Discussion

Women's History Month Lecture Series: The Experience of a Lifetime: Captain Joan Hankey in Her Own Words

The Experience of a Lifetime: Captain Joan Hankey in Her Own Words

Presented by Amy Ensley, Director of the Hankey Center for the History of Women’s Education

Tuesday, March 1 at Noon
Lenfest Learning Commons, John Stewart Memorial Library In-person or via Zoom (Zoom details will be shared the morning of each event)

Refreshments Provided

Epidemic: An Exhibition by Dr. Eric Avery and Adam DelMarcelle

Please join us Monday, February 14th from 11 a.m. -12 p.m. in Wilson College’s Cooley Gallery for the opening of Epidemic: An Exhibition by Dr. Eric Avery & Adam DelMarcelle. During the first half of the opening, visitors will have an opportunity to view the exhibition, and in the second half, they will be invited to participate in a Q&A with Visiting Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Adam DelMarcelle and Cooley Gallery Curator Joshua Legg in the Lenfest Learning Commons.