The Honors Presents lecture series is a student-developed event series in conjunction with Texts and Critics, the university seminar for incoming Honors students. Current Texts and Critics students must RSVP for events through CatsConnect to receive credit for their attendance. Prospective students, faculty, and community members are welcome to join WebEx events or view recordings of past events by using the links below or downloading the Google document linked at the bottom of this page.

Recordings of past events can be found on the Honors Presents YouTube page.

Take a moment to meet the Honors Presents team, the brilliant students behind this incredible schedule of events. Looking for quick links to CatsConnect or the Honors Presents social media? Check out the Honors Campsite link directory.

Spring 2022 Schedule

Follow this link for the most up-to-date Honors Presents schedule.


Date
Presenter
Lecture Title
Time/Location
Link
1/28
Muir String Quartet
Free tickets for students!
7:30 PM, Reynolds Recital Hall
 
1/31
ASIA and Extreme History
Keeping Chinese Clture Alive on the Montana Frontier
4-5:30 PM, Reid 103
2/2
Intermountain Opera
Montana Mikado - meet on North side of MT Hall to walk to the Ellen Theater
6 PM
 
2/3
US Ambassador Max Baucus
 
7 PM, Inspiration Hall
2/7
Dr. Brooke Lahneman
Business Sustainability - Innovative Strategies in Organizations
5-6 PM, Reid 103
2/23
Dr. Linda Karell
Toni Morrison's Beloved and the Ghostly Layerings of American Literature
1-2 PM, Herrick Hall 313
 
2/28
Dr. Gretchen Minton
Finding Shakespeare in Montana
12-1 PM, Procrastinator Theater
3/2
Dr. Wenhao Zhang
The Food Culture in China
2-3 PM, Harris Hall 123
3/10
 
"Bending the Arc" Film Screening
12 PM, Procrastinator Theater
 
3/23
MSU Leadership Institute
Screening of Youth v Gov
TBA, SUB Ballroom A
 
3/23
Patricia Cutright
Native Women Changing Their Worlds
7 PM, Henrietta Mann Hall (American Indian Hall)
 
3/28
Ambassador Michael McFaul
The State of Ukraine
5:00 PM, Webex
YouTube recording coming soon!
3/30
Dusty Eaton and Kath Williams
Norm Asbjornson Hall: Fostering Interdisciplinary Collaboration
7-8:30 PM, NAH 137
3/31

Roland Ebel, PhD

Minerva Carrasco-Aguilar, MA

Corn: The Core of Mexican Food and Farming
5-6:30 PM, NAH 137
4/2
 
AIChE 2022 Climate Conference
 
 
4/5
Liv Albert
Author of Let's Talk About Myths, Baby! 
3 PM, Webex
YouTube recording coming soon!
4/6
Bill McKibben, sponsored by the Campus Climate Coalition
The Future of University Investing
11-12:15 PM, virtual livestream
 
4/7
Dr. Ilse-Mari Lee
Major Scholarships Info Session
3:15-4:15 PM, NAH 153
YouTube recording coming soon!
4/12
Cory Smith
The Devastating Effects of Anti-immigrant Sentiment and Policy on Victims of Human Trafficking
6 PM, Webex
4/13
Student Panel
Student Writing and Publishing
6:30 PM, location TBD
4/14
Bozeman Poetry Collective
Open Mic Night
5:30 PM, Reid 104
 
4/18
MSU Office of Sustainability
Chad Pregracke
5 PM, Inspiration Hall
 
4/19
MSU Office of Sustainability
Sustainability Summit
9 AM-5 PM, Inspiration Hall and Cruzado Auditorium
 
4/22
Dr. Tony Hartshorn
Why It's Time to Retire "Earth Day"
2 PM, Herrick Hall 313
5/3
 
Intermountain Therapy Animals
2:30-4:30 PM, NAH 359
5/3
Jocelyn Larson
Destress and Decompress Yoga Session
4:30 PM, SUB Ballroom D
5/10
Isaiah Cormier
DIS Thesis Defense: Neuromarketing
4:30 PM, NAH 165