Check out the many things going on at the university this summer.
Read a River Cities' Reader story about SAU's Feb. 9 lecturer.
Hamideh Sedghi, PhD, will visit in March and April
This year's events and activities
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was on the SAU campus Oct. 21.
Jim Leach presented the inaugural lecture for the Middle East Institute on April 10, 2014
The first academic institute in the state of Iowa devoted to the study and discussion of one of the world's most geopolitically important regions
Do you like the blues? Would you like to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, or play the Game of Life?
Civil Rights movement veterans urge students to continue the work.
Two distinct chapters of a proud life of service came together when Jane Folwell endowed SAU's first academic chair.
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A controversial documentary of conditions during the mid-1960s at the State Prison for the Criminally Insane in Bridgewater, Mass.
This year's speaker is Brian Farrell, JD, PhD, co-founder and president of the Innocence Project of Iowa.
The annual Catholic Studies Lecture is delivered by Monsignor Kevin Irwin, MDiv, STD, from the Catholic University of America.
The annual Wilbur Symposium on the Christian Tradition and Non-Violence will be delivered by Drs. Carol Taylor and Robert Barnet from Georgetown University.
The 2016 Hauber Lecture is delivered by Lissa Leege, PhD, from Georgia Southern University.