The Dr. William G. Anderson Lecture Series: Slavery to Freedom gives members of the mid-Michigan community opportunities to interact with multicultural leaders from education, business, industry, entertainment and government. For 23 years, this series has featured living icons of the American Civil Rights Movement. All Activities are free of charge.
Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski since 1992 has served as president of UMBC – recognized as a model for inclusive excellence and is the nation’s leading producer of Black bachelor’s degree recipients who go on to earn M.D.-Ph.Ds., and Ph.Ds. in the natural sciences and engineering. He co-founded the Meyerhoff Scholars Program. His awards are many, including the American Council on Education’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018, and this year, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) pledged $1.5 billion to support early career scientists and increase diversity in STEM through the Freeman Hrabowski Scholars Program.
The Graduate School is a sponsor of this event.
This event will be hybrid. Register to attend here.