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Colloquium

Each year, the Lilly Center brings well-known speakers to campus for the Colloquium. The event is free and open to the public.


Past Speakers

th_corriher.jpgDr. Kurt Corriher (Spring 2013) The 10th annual Lilly Colloquium featured Catawba professor, author and actor, Dr. Kurt Corriher, who emphasized the importance of examining the artistic dimension of our lives. The colloquium keynote was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, February 19, in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel and was free and open to the public.
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Dan Miller (Spring 2012)
th_miller.jpgMiller, president of 48 Days, LLC and author of the widely acclaimed 48 Days to the Work You Love and No More Dreaded Mondays was the keynote speaker for the 2012 Lilly Colloquium at Catawba College on Thursday, February 16, 2012.
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Ruth Anderson (Spring 2011)
th_anderson.jpgEducator and author Ruth Anderson, who serves as executive director of The Servant Leadership School of Greensboro, was the keynote speaker for the eighth annual Lilly Colloquium on Tuesday, February 22.
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Sarah Susanka (Spring 2010)
th_susanka.jpgAuthor and architect Sarah Susanka brought her "Not So Big" philosophy to Catawba College's campus on March 16 and advised those members of her 11 a.m. audience to "be the custodian of your own life."
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th_ehrmann.jpgJoe Ehrmann (Spring 2009)
Former NFL Pro Joe Ehrmann, now an ordained minister, played professional football for 13 years and was selected as the Colts Man of the Year. Ehrmann followed his pro career by matriculating at Dallas Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary before being ordained in 1985.
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th_pitts.jpgLeonard Pitts (Spring 2008)
Leonard Pitts, Jr. is the winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Pitts' column runs every Monday and Friday in "The Miami Herald" and is syndicated nationally. "The Salisbury Post" frequently publishes his commentaries, so the journalist's work is well known in the Catawba College/Rowan County community.
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th_marty.jpgDr. Martin Marty: "A Matter of Faith" (Spring 2007)
According to Time magazine, Dr. Martin Marty is the "most influential interpreter of religion" in the country today. Dr. Marty presentations at Catawba were specifically be geared towards college students.
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David Bornstein (Spring 2006)


Sharon Parks (Spring 2005)


Mackey Austin (Spring 2004)