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Sept. 17, 2010
MARYVILLE, Mo. - Northwest Missouri State University has announced its 2010-11 Distinguished Lecture Series, which features a Pulitzer Prize-nominated finance expert, the founder of TOMS Shoes, a critically-acclaimed poet and playwright, and the daughter of U.S. Sen. John McCain.
The objective of the Distinguished Lecture Series is to enhance the academic environment through individual discipline and interdisciplinary topics. Supported by the Provost's Office, the series offers the campus and Maryville communities opportunities to hear from extraordinary individuals around the globe. Scholars, world travelers and leaders in their fields visit the Northwest campus to share their wisdom, insight and experiences.
"This year, each of our presenters will bring a unique perspective of the world through their impactful work, and you will leave each of the lectures inspired, impacted and committed to your own personal change," Director of Campus Activities Angel McAdams Prescott said. "In selecting presenters for the series, we strive to ensure their message can be integrated into the classroom through their books, written articles, blogs and other learning opportunities. It's very important that the Distinguished Lecture Series is interdisciplinary and that our guests' messages can reach across multiple academic fields."
Provost Doug Dunham said the Distinguished Lecture Series is a perfect example of how curricular and co-curricular experiences intersect and contribute to students' success.
"Over the past two years, Angel has been working hard with our faculty to identify speakers who could add value to our academic experience and who could interact with our students and faculty," Dunham said. "Our faculty and students have a unique opportunity to listen to and dialogue with some creative, innovative people, and I encourage them all to take advantage of this."
The 2010-11 series, which consists of four lectures, begins Sept. 27.
Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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