Free and open to the community

Alvernia University's lecture series explores important topics for students, alumni and community members. Delve into mission, ethics and interfaith or timely topics with seasoned authors and professionals.  All lectures series events are free and open to the public. 


Community Engagement
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O'Pake Lecture: Resiliency Day
Alvernia is excited to welcome Dr. B. Janet Hibbs and Dr. Anthony Rostain, authors of “The Stressed Years of Their Lives: Helping Your Kid Survive and Thrive During Their College Years,” to Alvernia University on Monday, October 28 at 7:00 PM in the Flynn Plex lecture hall #216. Dr. Hibbs and Dr. Rostain will speak to how parents and educators can help students transition to college and be successful in young adulthood.
David Brooks
FYS Lecture: The Road to Character, David Brooks
November 20th, PEC, 5pm. The fourth book written by journalist, First year seminar/Litfest Speaker, David Brooks. Brooks discusses the the balance between the values of our community and those that we hold within ourselves.
A Very Dundy Office Trivia Night
Virtual Escape Room
Understanding your Alvernia Bill
Virtual S'MORES
Virtual Open House - Philadelphia Center