Rosel Schewel Lecture Series

The Rosel Schewel Lecture Series brings distinguished professionals to campus to speak on topics related to education and human diversity.

The lecture program began in 1990 and presenters have included Jonathan Kozol, Alex Kotlowitz, Cornell West, J. David Smith, Ron Clark, and Beverly Tatum.

The lectures are sponsored by an endowment established by Elliot S. Schewel in honor of his wife, Rosel H. Schewel.

2014, Dr. Christopher Emdin
Tangible Tools: Teaching and Learning from the Student's Standpoint

2013, Julia Cook
In Order to Teach Children, You Must Enter Their View of the World

2012, Dr. Dorothy Espelage
Preventing Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Sexual Harassment 

2011, Dr. Bethanie Tucker
Understanding Poverty: Its Impact on Children and Schooling

2010, Dr. John Seita
Reclaiming Kids Who Outwit Adults

2009, Dr. Laura Zarrugh and Ms. Lisa Schick
International Immigration

2008, Dr. Beverly Tatum
Why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?