University Lecture Series - Carnegie Mellon University

University Lecture Series (ULS)

The University Lecture Series features a diverse range of lectures and performances by artists, scholars, and experts invited by Carnegie Mellon faculty, students, and staff.  ULS is provided to the university community through a partnership between the Office of the Vice Provost for Education and the Division of Student Affairs.

Events are open to the public (unless otherwise noted) and are held at CMU's main campus in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Please see CMU's campus map webpage to help you find your way around CMU's beautiful campus.

For individuals with disabilities who would like an accommodation to attend an event, please contact immediately the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs at 412-268-2057 during business hours (excluding holidays and semester breaks) or email, as coordinating accommodations may take several days.

events at a glance

Wed., Dec. 3: CANCELED:  What Stays in Vegas: The World of Personal Data—Lifeblood of Big Business and the End of Privacy as We Know It

Wed., Dec. 3: Is College a Good Investment?

Wed., Dec. 3: Town Hall Meeting to update the Campus community on the Heinz College Expansion Project

Wed., Dec. 3: Incarceration in the US: Some Difficult Dilemmas—A Discussion with Al Blumstein POSTPONED

Thurs., Dec. 4: Unstable Majorities, Party Sorting, and the 2014 Electorate

Thurs., Dec. 4: Dance of the Furies: Why What We Think about 1914 is Wrong