Wyatt Series Lecturers The Wilson W. and Anne D. Wyatt Lecture Series was founded in 1990 by former Bellarmine Trustee Wilson W. Wyatt to bring to Bellarmine and the Louisville community speakers of national and international prominence in the area of politics and government.
Michael J. Mansfield, March 9, 1990 Former ambassador to Japan, former U.S. Senator, former member of House of Representatives
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., March 26, 1991 Author and historian
James B. Reston, March 30, 1992 Chief Washington Correspondent and Bureau Chief for the New York Times - two-time winner of a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting and coverage
David Gergen, April 13, 1993 Editor-at-Large for U.S. News & World Report, served in the White House under Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan.
Sir Edward Heath, February 1, 1994 Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
David Gergen, March 6, 1995 Former Counselor to President Clinton. Also served in the White House under Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan. Former Editor-at-Large for U.S. News & World Report
James MacGregor Burns, November 11, 1996 Author, teacher and political scientist
Kurt L. Schmoke, September 14, 1999 Mayor, City of Baltimore. Former White House staff member under President Carter.
David Broder, April 10, 2002 Author and nationally syndicated political correspondent for the Washington Post. Winner of the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Commentary.
Andrea Mitchell, March 30, 2004 Television news journalist, NBC News
Seymour Hersh, March 3, 2005 Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author
Kevin Phillips, April 25, 2006 Author and Commentator