The Lyceum Series
The Lyceum Series is the premier speaker series at WSU. It was initiated in 1989 to present events that provide unique cultural enrichment and educational opportunities for the Winona and Rochester campus communities. Internationally renowned speakers present topics in the sciences, the arts, politics, literature, popular culture and more. Funding for the Lyceum Series is provided by the WSU Foundation and student life fees.
If you would like to propose a speaker, fill out the guest presenter proposal form (PDF).
2018-2019 Speaker Series
Nov. 7 at 7pm
Americas3 paints a multilingual, intercultural and international portrait of what it means to be American - South, Central, and North. Through song, poetry and narration, the program showcases how experiences of migration, suffering, work, love and celebration are expressed throughout the Americas.
You can expect to learn and experience a broad variety of perspectives on what it means to be an “American.”
- Free Admission
- Vivian Fusillo Theatre, DuFresne Performing Arts Center
“Cultural Perspectives in Music Education” Workshop
Nov. 8 at 11am-12:30pm
Americas3 performers will also present a free workshop open to the public.