Distinguished Lectures

Distinguished Lecture Series

The Distinguished Lecture Series features speakers who have had a major impact in politics, the arts, science, or other realms of contemporary significance.

Arthur Sulzberger

Share an evening with New York Times Co. Chairman Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. Join us at the Taco Bell Arena at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, where he will be discussing the current state of American media, culture and politics at this free event moderated by former Boise State President Bob Kustra. Parking will be provided free of charge, and no ticket is required. Learn more about Sulzberger.

The Boise State Distinguished Lecture Series was created to promote the discussion of important issues.

The Distinguished Lecture Series brings eminent speakers to Boise State University from the realm of politics, academics, and humanitarian activism to promote the discussion of important issues and to enrich our campus and community.

The lectures are free of charge. The Distinguished Lecture Series is presented by the Honors College and President’s Office at Boise State University.