Lecture

Bob Inglis: "The Climate Conscience of a Conservative"

Bob Inglis.jpgInglis is a former South Carolina congressman and co-founder of the Energy and Enterprise Initiative, which promotes free-enterprise solutions to climate challenges.

Sponsored by the Division of Biological Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Public Health, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia Initiative for Climate and Society, Odum School of Ecology and the School of Public and International Affairs.

"I Am Trayvon Martin: Hoodies Up—How One Case Changed a Nation and Ignited the World."

The University of Georgia Institute for African American Studies will present "I Am Trayvon Martin: Hoodies Up—How One Case Changed a Nation and Ignited the World." The lecture by UGA alumna and civil rights advocate Jasmine Rand will be Sept. 10 at 5 p.m. in the UGA Chapel.

Founder of Rand Law LLC and an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Law, Rand is a practicing attorney and international legal analyst known for her representation of the Martin family. She is the attorney of record for the family of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

Shouky Shaheen Lecturer: Willian Rudolph, San Antonio Museum of Art

Dr. William Keyse Rudolph is the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Chief Curator and the Marie and Hugh Halff Curator of American Art at the San Antonio Museum of Art.  Exhibitions he has organized include “Thomas Sully: Painted Performance” (2013–2014), “In Search of Julien Hudson: Free Artist of Color in Pre-Civil War New Orleans,” (2011–2012), “Bluebonnets and Beyond: Julian Onderdonk, American Impressionist” (2008–2009), and "Charles Sheeler’s Power Series" (2006).  Publications include Masterpieces of English and American Painting and Decorative Arts from the Julian Wood Glass Jr.

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