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ASU's Steward Distinguished Lecture Series Presents:
Circuit Clerk Tiffany McCord Speaks about “s*xual Assault on College Campuses”

WHAT: Hon. Tiffany McCord is keynote speaker for ASU's Steward Distinguished Lecture Series on "s*xual Assault on College Campuses."
WHEN: Wednesday (Jan. 31), @ 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
WHERE: ASU's Hardy Student Center Theater - across from the Acadome.

Join us this Wednesday as Alabama State University's Thomas C. Steward Distinguished Lecture Series presents a discussion on “s*xual Assault on College Campuses,” which features remarks by Montgomery County Circuit Clerk Tiffany McCord; who also serves as a member of ASU's Board of Trustees.

The event begins at 6 p.m. in the Theater of ASU's Hardy Student Center, which is across from the ASU Dunn-Oliver Acadome.

The ASU Distinguished Lecture Series is presented by the University Programs and Activities Board, and it is free and open to the public.

The Thomas C. Steward Distinguished Lecture Series

The Thomas C. Steward Distinguished Lecture Series at Alabama State University commemorates the legacy of Thomas C. Steward, a teacher and principal sent at the end of the Civil War by the American Missionary Association to Marion, Alabama in 1867 to teach the newly freed slaves of Alabama how to read and write. Shortly thereafter, in July, 1867 - nine former slaves incorporated the Lincoln School of Marion, which was the genesis of Alabama State University. Since that time, ASU has shaped minds, explored frontiers of knowledge and nurtured the intellectual endeavors among its students and the world. This Distinguished Lecture Series contributes to this mission by bringing thought provoking and entertaining icons to the campus and the Metro-Montgomery community. Becoming one and engaging discussion, the Lecture Series provides unique opportunities for student interaction, faculty discourse, and community debate with world changers.
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Monday, January 29th 2018 at 3:30PM
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