The Landon Lecture Series
Kansas State University is home to the Landon Lecture Series, one of the nation's most prestigious and well-known lectures. Several times a year, global leaders share insight on the Landon Lecture stage. Inaugurated in 1966 by former K-State President James A. McCain, the lecture series is a tribute to the late Alfred M. Landon, a former Kansas governor and distinguished political leader. Speakers have included current and former U.S. presidents, world leaders, Supreme Court justices, CEOs and many other prominent figures.
Please check back soon for our upcoming lectures!
While you wait, please enjoy listening to our most recent Landon Lecture with David Beasley, executive director of the U.N.'s World Food Programme.
All lectures are free and open to the public — no tickets required. Find directions to campus or view the Manhattan campus map to find lecture locations and visitor parking.