Lectures

Institute for Constitutional Studies

SUNY Ulster founded the Institute for Constitutional Studies to help college faculty, students, teachers, business people, the legal community and the general public in the Mid-Hudson Valley deepen their understanding of the fundamental principles of the United States and the New York state constitutions, their history and their continuing relevance to current public policy debates. The event is free and open to the public. For information, contact 687-5262.

Spring 2013

photo of Harold Holzer

Harold Holzer, noted Lincoln scholar, will speak on April 23rd.

Recent Constitutional Studies Lectures:

Fall 2012: Pulitzer Prize nominee William Howard Adams will speak on “Gouverneur Morris: The Uncommon Founder.”  more ..

Fall 2011: The Prophet of American Constitutionalism, or, How John Adams Became a Founding Father - Richard Bernstein, Constitutional Historian and New York Law School Professor

Spring 2011: Freedom of Speech: The First Amendment, The Citizens United Case and American Politics - Daniel Feldman, Former New York Deputy Attorney General. 

 


The Elizabeth Gross Lecture Series

The annual horticultural series is made possible through a bequest received by the Ulster Garden Club from long-time member and Kingston resident, Elizabeth Gross. In turn, the Ulster Garden Club made a charitable gift to the Ulster Community College Foundation, Inc. to establish the lecture series in her honor. The series presents expert lecturers in the fields of horticulture, floriculture, landscape design, forestry, city planning, land management, botany, conservation and environmental studies.

Spring 2013 

photo of Darrel Morrison

Darrel Morrison
"Landscape Design as Ecological Art"

Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 2:00 p.m. 
College Lounge, Vanderlyn Hall

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The John Burroughs Natural Science Lecture Series

The John Burroughs Natural Science Lecture Series brings guest lecturers to campus to speak about topics from the field of natural science. The series is sponsored by the College's Department of Math and Physical Sciences, and is named in honor of John Burroughs, a naturalist who lived for many years in Ulster County at "Slabsides" in West Park, and for whom SUNY Ulster's John Burroughs Hall, which houses mathematics, Earth science, physics, biology and science classrooms, laboratories and offices, is named. These lectures are open to the public.

Spring 2013 - t/b/a

Recent John Burroughs Lecturers:

Spring 2011: Dr. Massimo Pigliucci

Spring 2010: Dr. Anthony Aveni

 


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