The University of Iowa Lecture Committee (ULC) aims to organize a series of prominent guest lecturers with the mission of enhancing the learning environment and providing unique and thought-provoking experiences for the UI community.
If you have suggestions for speakers, we'd love to hear from you! You can suggest a lecturer through our contact form or feel free to send us an e-mail at email@example.com. Please note that if prior contact has been made with the agent or other representative of the potential speaker, particularly regarding the honorarium, ULC will not pursue the speaker as a part of its regular lecture series.
If you'd like to co-sponsor an event with the Lecture Committee, please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of the application criteria are that the event is free and open to the public, places an emphasis on student involvement, allows for access to the speaker (i.e. a question and answer session), and follows all University of Iowa and Regents' policies.
Call for lecturers
An ongoing chance for students, faculty, staff, departments, student organizations, and non-university entities to propose speakers for ULC to pursue and bring in as a part of their regular lecture series. Please note: If prior contact has been made with the agent or other representative of the potential speaker, particularly regarding the honorarium, ULC will not pursue the speaker as a part of its regular lecture series. Applications available via the ULC website (lectures.uiowa.edu) or the Office of Student Life (145 Iowa Memorial Union).
The Lecture Committee is not currently accepting co-sponsorship applications. We apologize for the inconvenience, and urge you to submit your ideas via the Call for Lecturers (see above). Please watch this website for further updates.