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January 18, 2012
Time:Noon-1:30 p.m.
Description:The Gulen Institute, in collaboration with the Institute of Interfaith Dialog in Austin, welcomes Bill Powers, president of The University of Texas at Austin, for a luncheon forum featuring his speech "Nurturing the Soul of a Public Research University."

Powers has been president of The University of Texas at Austin since 2006. His goal of making UT the best public research university in America has been supported by a sustained emphasis on undergraduate education, including the strengthening of a core curriculum and the inauguration of a School of Undergraduate Studies. In addition to recruiting a diverse student body and faculty, Powers has taken on the challenge of redefining productivity in higher education and has become a national spokesman articulating the value of the public research university to society.
Location:AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center (ATT)
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Ahmed D Atik
Sponsor:The Gulen Institute and Institute of Interfaith Dialog
Admission:$30; registration required
Categories:Arts & Humanities, Current Students, Faculty, Forum, Lecture/talk
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