We had a great time learning from Bryon Price, Director of the Charles M. Russell Center, during our recent lecture, "Remington & Russell: The Art of the Trail." Check it out here:
Join us for programs that encourage in depth knowledge and hands on experience with popular topics such as music, historical events, art, and more.
"Mayhem at the Mayborn" - October 6, 2017
A fun night of murder and mystery is in store at the Mayborn Museum for Baylor University students. Our guests will delight in this interactive game of “whodunnit”. Light refreshments and prizes provided. Student I.D. required.
Dive into topics and add to your expanse of knowledge by attending lectures from experts in the fields of history, art, and more. Lectures often include refreshments and friendly conversation prior to the event
The Chisholm Trail Lecture Series
"Cowboys, Cattle, & Culture on the Chisholm Trail" - Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Distinguished public speaker, Doug Harman, lectures about the cowboys and cowgirls who blazed the Chisholm trail, the cattle they diligently herded, and the culture that embalmed their journey.
Director's Forum - Thursday, February 1, 2018
Join us for Mayborn Museum's Fourth Annual Director's Forum, as we collaborate with Texas Historical Commission to provide Lectures and Panel Discussions along with the music of the trail.
Spend some time at the Museum learning about different tricks and trades. From chalk-lettering to jewelry making, young adults and distinguished visitors love to have some crafting time too.
Come learn from Baylor professors and students as we collaborate to bring about the newest and most exciting information to hit the academic arena.
Earth Science Symposium
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Climate Change: Earth’s Past, Present, and Future
Lectures from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Featuring Kerry Cook from University of Texas at Austin and Dr. Sarah Feakins from University of Southern California
Panel Discussion beginning at 2:00 p.m. Led by Dr. Dan Peppe, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director in Baylor University’s Department of Geosciences, the symposium will conclude with a panel discussion featuring our two speakers and Baylor University professors.
Light refreshments will be provided prior to the programs.