Missoula Community Lecture Series History
2021 – Belief and Truth in a Time of Healing
Ashby Kinch, Healing through Community in the Face of Death: Lessons from the Black Plague and its Aftermath
Annie Belcourt, Healing Following Trauma: Finding Truth and Meaning in Narratives
Heather Voorhees, Public Pleas and Family Feuds: The Challenges of Changing Behavior - and Maintaining Relationships - During a Pandemic
Lee Banville, The Gatekeeper's Dilemma: Information Flow in the Pandemic Age
Jay Evans, Healing and Modern Medicine after COVID-19
Luke Conway, The Perils of Forced Agreement: Why Americans Were Divided on COVID-19 and What We Should (and shouldn't) Do About It
2020 – Honoring the Centennial of the 19th Amendment and What it Means to be an American
Anthony Johnstone, The Story of Citizenship in the Constitution
Sara Hayden, Women and Citizenship: Jeannette Rankin and the Fight for the Vote
Tobin Shearer, Trains, Dolls, and Demands on the Devil: The Precarious Position of Minority Rights
Sara Rinfret, Fact, Fiction and Unintended Consequences in Criminal Justice Reform
Kate Shanley, Native American Women and Citizenship
Kathy Kuipers, Who am I? Sorting Out American Identity
2019 – Shoot for the Moon - UM Faculty Exploring the Great Beyond in Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Man's First Steps on the Moon
Anna Klene, "60 Years of NASA and the Atmosphere"
Steve Running, "Did You Know NASA Does Earth Science? A History"
Mike Mayer, "Sputnik and the Launching of the Space Race"
Nancy Hinman, "There's No Place Like Home, Or Is There? Earth and its Neighbor Planets"
Rob Browning, "Science Fiction on the Eve of Apollo 11: The Space Odysseys of Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke"
Nate McCrady, "To Infinity and Beyond: The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System"
2018 – Beyond the Headlines - Clearing the Air with Real Evidence
Andrew Larson and Anna Sala, The Inevitability of Wildfires: Fire Ecology and Forest Management
Phil Higuera, The Inevitability of Wildfires: Fire History and the Future of Fire
Brent Ruby and Paul Smith, Wildfire Implications for Firefighter and Community Health
Jordan Gross, Fact, Fiction and Unintended Consequences in Criminal Justice Reform
Dusten Hollist, Making the Case for Evidence-Based Practice in the Montana Juvenile Justice System
Chris Comer, Tom Deluca, Anna Sala, Dane Scott, How Do We Know the Truth When the Evidence is Always Changing? A Panel Discussion
2017 –Health in the New Millennium
Reed Humphrey, Professor and Dean, College of Health Professions and Biological Sciences
Anisa Goforth, Assistant Professor, Psychology and Director of the School of Psychology Graduate Training Programs
Stuart Hall, Professor, Psychology
Bryan Cochran, Professor, Psychology
Brent Ruby, Professor, Health and Human Performance and Director of the Montana Center for Work Physiology and Exercise Metabolism
John C Quindry, Associate Professor, Health and Human Performance