University Archives presents a series of displays featuring photographs, documents, maps and artifacts that highlight the architectural heritage of VU’s campus as well as significant moments in the University’s rich history.
Valparaiso University’s 150th launch, a celebration for the entire campus community as a thank you to all students, faculty, staff and their families. Enjoy food, music, fun, and mingling with the new president.
This season Christ College will join the Sesquicentennial celebration with a special year of the Christ College Symposium featuring alumni and other distinguished speakers in lively presentations on thought -provoking topics.
Continuing a Valpo tradition to pay homage and celebrate those who came before us, VU will celebrate its founding on the 4th Friday in September. Special events will take place this year to mark the sesquicentennial anniversary.
VU Alumni Association will host a series of 150th Anniversary regional celebrations on Saturday evenings in cities throughout the country. Alumni, parents, and friends of Valparaiso University are invited to participate.
Valparaiso University travels to Chicago Saturday, December 20th, and Sunday, December 21st. Enjoy a men’s basketball game against North Carolina at the United Center and celebrate Valpo’s rich history with alumni, and friends of the University.
During the Sesquicentennial, the speaker for the eighth biennial Albert G. Huegli Lecture on Church-Related Higher Education will be Dr. L. Gregory Jones, Dean of the Divinity School, Duke University, along with a panel discussion presented by Ann Svennungsen, President, Texas Lutheran University.
The biennial Christian Women’s Conference of the VU Guild will be held on campus April 24-26, 2009. The conference theme “Live in the Light” honors Valpo’s 150th anniversary and the University motto “In Thy Light, we see Light.”