Apologies for duplicate messages.

This is a reminder that the George D. Aiken Lecture Series begins this 
Thursday, September 29, at 6 pm in Ira Allen Chapel with the talk, "Five 
Big Questions About the Future," by futurist Atul Dighe.

The overall theme is "Visioning the Future and Vermont," which four keynote 
speakers will explore. There will also be two showings of the new 
biographical film on Aiken.

More information about each event, and the link for registration, can be 
found at <>.

Additional details follow below.

Kristin Peterson-Ishaq
Coordinator, Center for Research on Vermont
         and Vermont Studies Program

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>The University of Vermont George D. Aiken Lecture Series is marking its
>30th Anniversary.  In celebrating the past 30 years, this year's theme
>of "Visioning the Future and Vermont" will examine the future as we look
>ahead another 30 years.
>The goal of the George D. Aiken Lecture Series is to present compelling
>information on important public policy and social issues, and to challenge
>our communities to take action that will have a lasting impact on the
>future of Vermont.  Please be a part of that call to action by joining us
>for these lectures.
>Important dates:
>September 29, 2005     5 Big Questions About the Future with Atul Dighe
>October 17, 2005          The Human Face of Globalization with Dr. Jagdish
>                                 Bhagwati
>November 9, 2005        Montpelier premiere of the George D. Aiken
>                                 documentary film
>November 11, 2005      Burlington premiere of the George D. Aiken
>                                 documentary film
>February 15, 2006         The History & Future of Vermont's Landscape with
>                                 Jan Albers and Darby Bradley
>March 14, 2006              The Future of Healthcare: Health and Wellbeing
>                                 with Dr. David Satcher, former Surgeon 
> General of the United States
>The lectures will be held at the Ira Allen Chapel at 6PM.  All the
>lectures are free and open to the public.  Reservations are required in
>anticipation of the popularity of these events and can be made online at
> or by calling UVM's Continuing Education at
>(800) 639-3210.

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