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Triton Talks

Triton Talks are a series of lectures, sponsored by the Center for Student Engagement & Leadership, that bring thought-provoking and inspirational speakers to campus. A committee of students, faculty, and staff select influential scholars, artists, activists, and community leaders with promise for sparking discussion and reflection in our community.

In keeping with its mission to provide educational opportunities to strengthen our diverse community, Edmonds College offers a wide variety of arts, culture, and civic engagement events to our students and our community.

When encountering new ideas and points of view, students are encouraged to use these opportunities to develop their abilities to reason clearly, communicate and interact respectfully, explore critically and creatively, and act responsibly.

Upcoming Lectures

All lectures are open to the public and selected lectures are broadcast on the local college television station channel 21/26. The broadcast schedule is available at www.edcc.edu/tv.

Selected Brown Bag Lectures are video recorded and and will be available online at Brown Bag Lectures.

To request disability accommodations or the presentation of materials in an alternate format, notify Services for Students with Disabilities at least 10 working days prior to the date of the event. 425.640.1320.

Edmonds College does not discriminate on the basis of race; color; religion; national origin; sex; disability; sexual orientation; age; citizenship, marital, or veteran status; or genetic information in its programs and activities. The nondiscrimination language is available in multiple languages at edcc.edu/nondiscriminationLectures are free and open to the public.