Ina E. Gordy Honors College
The W's Ina E. Gordy Honors College presents the Forum Series each semester, hosting national, regional, and local speakers and offering films and other special presentations.
All events are free and open to the public and, unless otherwise noted, begin at 6 p.m. in Parkinson Hall's Nissan Auditorium.
MUW Goes Global: Travel for Study, Service, and Adventure
Student Presentations and Panel Discussion
Women’s Rights Movements In Pre- And Post-Revolutionary Iran
Dr. Mona Tajali
Assistant Professor, International Relations and Women's Studies, Agnes Scott College
co-sponsored by The W's Common Reading Initiative
Film Screening: Gringo Trails (2014)
award-winning documentary on the cultural, economic, and environmental impact of global tourism
Keynote Address, Welty Writers' Symposium
The Forum Series joins the Symposium for a reading by the award-winning author of the bestselling Big Fish, which was adapted into a hit film and Broadway musical, as well as five other novels, including his most recent release Extraordinary Adventures.
Kossen Auditorium, Poindexter Hall
How My International Education Has Impacted My Career
L. Patricia Ice
Director, Legal Project, Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance
Fault Lines: Living in Two Cultures
Director Emeritus, University Press of Mississippi
made possible in part by a grant from the Mississippi Humanities Council
Gordy Honors College Undergraduate Research Symposium (Part I)
Gordy Honors College Undergraduate Research Symposium (Part II)