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Bartlett Lecture Series — Call for Recommendations

by Bartlett Lecture Series Committee  |   

The Bartlett Lecture Series Committee is requesting recommendations for a speaker for the 2021–22 academic year. Please recommend a lecturer whose work involves the promotion of individual freedom and the public good. The deadline for recommendations is March 5 at 5 p.m. The Bartlett Lecture Series Committee will review recommendations on March 12 and select a candidate from the suggested lecturers. Sign up here.

The Bartlett Lecture Series is funded by an endowment from E.L. Bartlett, one of the first two Alaska Senators sent to Washington D.C. following statehood. He served from 1958 to 1968. The Bartlett Lecture Series was designed to promote a clearer vision of individual freedom and of the public good. Individuals of national and world renown present lectures on topics of national and international importance, helping to put problems of Alaska and its people into the context of broad philosophic and cultural as well as social and economic issues. Every two to three years, the University of Alaska system invites a speaker to speak at UAA, UAF and UAS.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Corey Miller at crmiller9@alaska.edu.

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