Events & Calendars
Featured Landmark Events
Boston area alumni: join us for a Landmark College alumni gathering in Boston!
Research Hydrologist Peter Murdoch will speak on the complexity of global climate change policies and the challenges in the science community.
Wednesday, Feb 18
Please join us and take part in the 2015 Shark Day activities.
Friday, Feb 20
Feb. 20 - Apr. 18, 2015. Online/hybrid course; includes a weekend residency at Landmark College (2/20/15 - 2/22/15) and bi-weekly synchronous meeting times. Graduate credit available.
Friday, Feb 27
Spring 2015 Family Weekend: February 27 & 28, is designed especially for families of our current students. It’s a time to enjoy an exciting assortment of activities, workshops and social events together.We look forward to seeing you there!
Monday, Mar 2
This Landmark College Academic Speaker Series presentation will argue for the need to “queer” existing notions about education in order to keep education relevant in the midst of collapsing social structures and unprecedented cynicism about traditional notions of authority and leadership.
Mar 30 — Academic Speaker Series: Tim Brookes, “Disappearing Alphabets & the Future of the Written Word”
Writer/carver/painter Tim Brookes offers his remarkable and thought-provoking perspective on the future of the written word by looking at thirteen forms of writing from all over the world that are in danger of extinction.
Monday, Apr 13
Apr 13 — Academic Speaker Series presents Howard Frank Mosher: An Evening on The Great Northern Express
The Landmark College Academic Speaker Series presents author Howard Frank Mosher, who will read from his most recent book, The Great Northern Express, and speak of his journey as a writer.
Saturday, Apr 25
April 25 - June 20, 2015. Online course with bi-weekly synchronous meeting times. Graduate credit available.
June 23 to 26, 2015
Keynote by Dr. Sian Beilock