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Faculty Speaker Series


Join Dana M. Polanichka, Associate Professor of History, for the upcoming lunch talk, Writing in Exile: A Medieval's Mother Manifesto.

An Evening of Beethoven

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA

Nicholas Kitchen, internationally recognized violinist, founder of the Borromeo String Quartet, and faculty member of New England Conservatory, presents a program of Beethoven violin sonatas with Ann Sears, piano. This performance is based on his groundbreaking research into Beethoven's manuscripts and previously unpublished expressive markings which give current musicians new insight into Beethoven's works.


Wheaton College Brown Bag Lunch Concerts

Mary Lyon Hall - Woolley Room Norton, MA

Come, enjoy your lunch, and listen to some wonderful music provided by the Wheaton College Music Faculty    Tuesday, April 4, 12:30-1:30 (concert from 12:45-1:15) Woolley Room (Mary Lyon Hall) 

Faculty Speaker Series


Join Karen McCormack, Professor of Sociology and Christina Riggs Romaine, Associate Professor of Sociology for their Faculty Lunch Talk, Learning Behind the Prison Walls: Wheaton's First Inside-Out Course.

True Justice: Bryan Stevenon’s Fight of Equality

Watson Fine Arts - Ellison Lecture Hall Norton, MA

Join us for a screening of the documentary True Justice: Bryan Stevenon's Fight of Equality that focuses on Stevenson’s life and career – particularly his indictment of the U.S. criminal justice system for its role in codifying modern systemic racism.

Faculty Speaker Series


Join Ursula Moffitt, Assistant Professor of Psychology, for the upcoming lunch talk, Race Talk During the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: Emerging Adults' Critical Consciousness and Racial Identity in Context.

Southeastern Massachusetts Wind Symphony

Watson Fine Arts - Weber Theatre Norton, MA

Wheaton's largest wind ensemble performs its spring concert under the direction of Associate Professor Earl Raney, . Suggested donation $5.