Lyceum Events

Check out the latest upcoming Lyceum events!

Lyceum Events in Zoom

Please always use your Emory & Henry login credentials to provide a record of your participation as an E&H student. All students will be able to find information and Zoom registration links to talks in their Lyceum Moodle course.

Registration is free but must be completed in order to receive the link to each event. Please note that simply registering for a virtual Lyceum does not award Lyceum credit. Participation in each of these virtual Lyceum events will count toward your graduation requirements.

Events:

October 28th, 2021

October 29th, 2021

November 1st, 2021

November 2nd, 2021

November 7th, 2021

November 9th, 2021

  • Manufacture Your Career

    November 9, 7:30pm
    According to the National Association of Manufacturers, “manufacturers in the United States [employ] 8.58% of the workforce [with a] total output from manufacturing [at] $2,345.85 billion in 2019.” In Southwest Virginia alone, there are 300 manufacturers employing over 17,000 employees, according to the Southwest Virginia Alliance for Manufacturing (SVAM). Join the van Vlissingen Center for Career & Professional Development as they team up with SVAM to present an engaging panel of manufacturing employers in the region to discuss the variety of careers available in manufacturing. From management to engineering science to marketing and communications, the employment fields in manufacturing are endless. Keep reading

November 10th, 2021

November 14th, 2021

  • Symphonic Band Concert

    November 14, 3:00pm
    Join us for an afternoon of symphonic band music and other chamber instrumental groups from the Emory & Henry Music Department. Keep reading

November 15th, 2021

February 14th, 2022

  • The Iranian Revolution at 43: Sources of Tensions and Conflict with the United States

    February 14, 2022, 2:00pm
    Baskerville Institute webinars are open to E&H students for Lyceum credit. Webinars involve lectures and discussion on US-Iran relations, and they are moderated by Professor Matthew Shannon of the E&H History Department. In this webinar, Suzanne Maloney of the Brookings Institution will assess the continuing impact of Iran’s 1979 revolution on U.S.-Iran relations. Keep reading