Each year, Pomona College and its many academic offices and departments offer annual lecture series. Some are special events only lasting a year or two, while others are endowed lecture series that continue for decades. Within this section, you can find information on:
Endowed in 1980 through the generosity of Ena H. Thompson, these lectures encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of history.
Annual lectures by Pomona College faculty introducing new research to the community
These noontime lectures feature topics on international topics, ranging from history and the arts to current events and politics.
Established more than 50 years ago by Fred Robbins, the Robbins Lecture Series brings distinguished chemists to Pomona College to discuss their current research.
Endowed by Rollin '27 and Caroline Eckis, this geology lecture series was established in 1980 in honor of Prof. A.O. "Woody" Woodford