Tagged: George Shurman Union

Friends Speaker Series Features Richard North Patterson

April 5th, 2010 in Campus Events 0 comments

rpnThe Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center presents Richard North Patterson, bestselling author in the realm of the legal-political thriller, today at 5:30 PM at Metcalf Hall (Second Floor of the George Shurman Union). Patterson embarked on his writing career after first establishing himself as a successful lawyer, serving as a liaison for the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to the Watergate Special Prosecutor. He also served as an Assistant Attorney General for the state of Ohio and has been a partner in several prestigious United States law firms. This event is open to the public. For tickets/more information call 617-353-1218 or email archives@bu.edu.

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The Changing Face of Autism in America

March 4th, 2010 in Uncategorized 0 comments

autismThe Boston University Alumni Association is hosting The Changing Face of Autism in America today at 5:30 PM in the Backcourt Room of the George Sherman Union. The event will include cocktails and an interactive discussion with five panelists including School of Education Professor and Moderator Tom Cottle. The panelists will explore how research, diagnosis and education have transformed the way that autism is perceived. Contact 800-800-3466 or alumclub@bu.edu for tickets/more information.

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Gotlieb Center hosts evening with Christopher Dickey

September 30th, 2009 in Campus Events 0 comments

Dickey Image 1The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center is hosting an evening with distinguished Newsweek journalist and author Christopher Dickey tonight beginning at 5:3o PM on the second floor of the George Shurman Union at 775 Commonwealth Avenue. His career has taken him from the mountain forests of Nicaragua, where he traveled with the Contra rebels in the 1980s, to Israel at the height of the suicide bombings in 2002. The event will include the opening of Dickey’s exhibition, a lecture by Dickey, and a reception. For tickets/more information, call 617-353-3696 or email archives@bu.edu. The event is open to the public.

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