Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox to Lecture on Faith, Family, and Economics

The Land Center will host Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox, Professor of Sociology and Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, on October 19-20 for a series of lectures on faith, family, and economics. Dr. Wilcox is a leading scholar on the connections between marriage, family, parenthood, and economics.

In this short video, Dr. Wilcox explains the role of marriage in helping millennials find economic success. Issues like this will be included in his Land Center lectures.

The schedule for the lectures is below:

Thursday, October 19
11:30 am
Seelig Banquet Room of the Naylor Student Center
“Marriage Makes the Man: How Marriage Makes Men Work Harder, Smarter, and More Successfully”

Thursday, October 19
7:00 pm
Mathena Hall Auditorium
“Focused on the Family: How Faith Matters for American Families”

Friday, October 20
10:00 am
Mathena Hall Auditorium
“The Cohabitation-Go-Round: What Does Cohabitation Have to Do with Family Instability Around the Globe”

All lectures are free and open to the public.