The Alfred M. Landon Lecture Series on Public Issues is a tribute to the late Alfred M. Landon, who for many years was Kansas' most distinguished political leader. Three to five of the country's leading personalities appear on the Landon Lecture platform each academic year.
Lou Douglas Lectures seek to extend understanding of public policies that can further democratize society. They contribute to the general education of students and others by presenting speakers who will jolt conventional wisdom and propose public policy that deals progressively democratically with the roots of social, political and economic problems.
Established in 1995, the Provost's Lecture Series features nationally known speakers and on-campus experts who address topics of importance in higher education in general and at Kansas State University in particular.
Established in 1979, the series offers an opportunity for the K-State community to hear presentations from faculty who have recently participated in an extensive overseas activity or who are involved in major international activities.
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