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The annual Harrington Lecture is delivered by a faculty member in the College of Arts & Sciences who exemplifies the liberal arts and demonstrates exceptional teaching.

The faculty member must be recommended to the dean by a faculty committee. The annual lecture must be non-technical, blending insight into liberal education with the faculty member's work as a scholar.

Upcoming Lecture

Date: Fall 2019
Speakers: Stan May, Ph.D., professor of chemistry and Mary Berry, Ph.D., professor of chemistry and vice president of Research and Sponsored Programs

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Historical Overview