Past Events

Past Center for Public Scholarship Events

Health Insurance Sign-up Day

March 1, 2014 10am-3pm  The Ware Center, 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster PA 17603

PALCO logo

Missed the event? Call PALCO 717-392-1585 to speak with someone who could provide assistance related to healthcare. 

Inequality for All Film Screening

Feb 20th, 2014 at 5pm.

National Showing of Inequality for All at Millersville University. Thursday, February 20th, 5:00pm Lehr Room, Gordinier. Interactive Webcast with Robert Reich at 6:15pm after the film showing

Free Film Screening of Inequality for All,  film by Robert Reich, former US Secretary of Labor

Hassina Sherjan  

Hassina SherjanNovember 6th and 7th. We had a great visit with Ms. Sherjan. She spoke about the link between illiteracy and war.  80% of Afghan's can't read or write, which makes it easy for extremist groups to manipulate them.  This inspired several students to get involved in supporting Aid Afghanistan for Education to help educate Afghans of all ages. 

Sherjan left Afghanistan as a refugee in 1979. She returned to Afghanistan in 1999 and established underground classes for girls. February 15, 2003, Aid Afghanistan for Education established its first remedial education program for 300 girls between the age of 12 to 16. In two years this grew to a total of 1200 students.

2013 Innovator in Residence Event

September 25, 2013

Speaker Joan Blades, champion for human rights causes

Reflect & Connect

April 24, 2012

Topic: Looking Beyond Media Descriptions of our "Neighbors"

Where: Rm 18, SMC (Student Memorial Center) MU campus            Who: Facilitated by Dr. Timothy Shea

March 27, 2013

Topic: Portrayal of Women in the Media

Where: Ford Atrium, McComsey Hall MU campus     Who: Facilitated by Dr. Karen Rice

February 2013

Topic: Men Can STOP Rape and Domestic Violence

When: Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Where: In the Ford Atrium, McComsey Hall MU campus   Who: Facilitated by Chief Pete Anders

October 2011

October Reflect & Connect Event Facilitated by Dr. Corkery using The Influencing Machine

For more Reflect and Connect past topics, click here.

Don’t Shoot: Violence, Prison, Race, and Common Ground

David M. Kennedy, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, will discuss why a focused deterrence strategy can reduce inner city violent crime and the importance of addressing racial issues embedded in the traditional approaches to violence and drug related crime in his lecture entitled, Don’t Shoot: Violence, Prison, Race, and Common Ground.

When: Thursday October 18th, 2012 at 8:30 PM     Where: Student Memorial Center (SMC) in the multipurpose room (MPR) right here on campus

Past Center for Sustainability Events

International Policy Conference on Sustainability

Ribbon Cutting and Harvest Lunch from the Center for Sustainability

October 24, 2013 at 11:30am - 1pm

ville-age garden

Past Walker Center Events

Congress to Campus



Hon. Carlos Romero-Barcelo' (D-PR)

Hon. Bill Goodlibg (R-PA)


Hon. Ken Hechler (D-WV)

Hon. Ron Sarasin (R-CT)


Hon. Joan Kelly Horn (D-MO)

Hon. Orval Hanson (R-ID)


Hon. David Minge (D-MN)

Hon. Peter Torkildsen (R-MA)


Hon. Steven Kuykendall ? (R-CA)

Hon. Nancy Boyda (D-KS)


Hon. Jack Buchner (R-MO)

Hon John Hall (D-NY)


Mr. Paul Rogat Loeb

The Walker Center for Civic Responsibility & Leadership has an opportunity for you to meet award-winning author of Soul of a Citizen,The Impossible Will Take a Little While, and Generation at the Crossroads: Apathy & Action on the American Campus.

Thursday, October 3, 2013 6:00-7:00

Constitution Day 2013

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Dr. Nivedita Bagchi
7 p.m. Lehr Room, Gordinier Hall

Constitution Presentation and Free Ice Cream Sundae Bar To Love or Tolerate: The Basis of Trust in Government by Dr. Nivedita Bagchi. 7 p.m. Lehr Room, Gordinier Hall.

Wednesday., September 18, 2013 2013

7 p.m. Room 18, SMC

Film Screening of “The Empire of Reason" and follow up discussion by Drs. Nivedita Bagchi and Adam Lawrence. Free Constitution Day T-shirts to the first 100 attendees! 7 p.m. Room 18, SMC. Look for promotional social media, artistic representations and illuminated quotes around campus the entire week.