Below you will find recent video from programs and activities sponsored by The Honors College.
The WAU Center for Law and Public Policy collaborated with the Adventist Pre-Law Society to host a legal webinar that focused on what it means to be an Adventist attorney. The webinar, titled “Lives in the Law: Stories of faith and practice in government, private practice, and church work” can be seen in full here:
The 4th Annual Adventist Archives Lecture was presented by Douglas F. Morgan on October 22, 2022. The full lecture, titled “The Everlasting Gospel of the Kingdom at Hand: Joshua V. Himes and the Persistence of Second Advent Hope” can be seen here:
The WAU Center for Law and Public Policy partnered with Andrews University to host a panel discussion as part of our Constitution Day 2022 programming. The event was titled ‘The New Supreme Court and Religion: Constitutional and Prophetic Perspectives’ and was moderated by Nicholas Miller. Panelists include attorneys from the General Conference, the NAD, Adventist Healthcare, and private practice. The full lecture and panel discussion can be seen here:
On October 22, 2021, David Holland, the John A. Bartlett Professor of New England Church History at Harvard Divinity School, spoke for the 3rd Annual Adventist Archives Lectureship. The event is a collaboration between the WAU Honors College and the General Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research. The full lecture and the Q&A that followed can be seen here.
On December 9, 2020, the Honors College Center for Global Programs hosted an event celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the founding of the United. The event included an interview with David Chikvaidze, Chief of Staff of the United Nations Office in Geneva.
Presentation by former Archbishop of Canterbury Rev. Rowan Williams on the topic of English poet and artist David Jones. This presentation was on November 1, 2020 and was organized by the Honors College in collaboration with the David Jones Research Center
Watch Dr. Benjamin Baker’s presentation at the 2nd Annual Adventist Archives Lectureship held on October 22, 2020.
Dr. Jonathan Scriven’s interview with Errin Haines, Editor-at-Large of ‘The 19th’, as part of Constitution Day 2020.
Presentation by Dr. David Trim at the 1st Annual Adventist Archives Lecture from October 2019.