The Dialogues Speaker Series, hosted by distinguished professor Dr. Robert Watson, the non-partisan series welcomes politicians, community activists, journalists, film directors and other public figures committed to solving pertinent issues in politics and public life.
Former guests include Oscar-winning director Deborah Oppenheimer, former CNN White House Correspondent Dan Lothian and Congressman Ted Deutch.
Videos are only accessible to current Faculty, Staff, and Students of Lynn University.
Join Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Josh Aronson in this virtual event hosted by Dr. Robert Watson.
Date and time
Feb. 12, 2021, 12 p.m. EST
Josh Aronson, an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker whose works are regularly seen on Netflix, PBS, Showtime, and television stations worldwide. He has directed several feature films, MTV videos, TV shows, and more than 500 commercials. His biography, “Orchestra of Exiles,” was published by Penguin Books and he is also a concert pianist who regularly performs chamber music in New York City and at the Telluride Musicfest. Aronson’s new film, “To Be of Service,” is a documentary about veterans with PTSD and service dogs, and has been nominated for awards and accepted at international film festivals.
A virtual public town hall on the election, COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter and other vital issues to our community and the nation, including the leaders' agenda for 2021. Moderated by Dr. Robert Watson.
Date and time
Nov. 5, 2020, 12 p.m.
- Congressman Ted Deutch: graduated from the University of Michigan and the University of Michigan Law School. First elected to the Florida Senate in 2006, Deutch is now in his sixth term in the US House of Representatives where he is Chair of the Ethics Committee, a senior member of the Judiciary Committee and Foreign Affairs Committee and also Chair of the Middle East and International Terrorism Subcommittee.
- Senator Lori Berman: graduated from Tufts and both George Washington University Law and the University of Miami Law School. After serving in the State House of Representatives from 2010-2018, she was elected to the Florida State Senate in 2018, where she serves on the Education Committee, Environment and Natural Resources Committee and is Vice Chair of the Health Policy Committee.
- Boca Raton Mayor Scott Singer: graduated cum laude from Harvard and received his law degree from Georgetown. First elected to the Boca Raton City Council in 2014, he was elected mayor in 2018 and reelected in 2020, both with the highest vote totals in the city's history.