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Booker T. DeVaughn Lecture Series
The Booker T. DeVaughn Lecture Series provides a platform for the exchange of ideas in the community.
The series was established by and named for Three Rivers' President Emeritus Booker T. DeVaughn.
Lectures are free and open to the college community, and the public.
2012 FALL LECTURE
Noted Investment Advisor, Peter Schiff - "The Real Fiscal Cliff: How To Spot The Ledge"
Previous lecturers have included Connecticut orthodontist, Dr. Jeremy Lowney, founder and president of the Haitian Health Foundation and Dr. Alessi, chief executive officer and chairman of Colonial Cooperative Care, Inc. physician and best-selling author Bernie Siegel; award-winning author Wally Lamb; Anne Garrels, an author and a correspondent for National Public Radio's foreign desk; filmmaker David Sutherland; mystery author David Handler; paranormal expert David Considine; and Robert Stutman and Steve Hager of the "Heads vs. Feds".
2012 SPRING LECTURE SERIES
The Booker T. DeVaughn 2012 Spring Lecture Series offered insight into Haitian health and recovery efforts. The lecture, "30 Years Among the Poor of Haiti," was led by Dr. Lowney, a Connecticut orthodontist who is founder and president of the Haitian Health Foundation, and Dr. Alessi, chief executive officer and chairman of Colonial Cooperative Care, Inc. (CCC), a medical management company in Norwich, Conn. Both men have organized relief efforts to Haiti, cooperatively and separately, for more than 30 years.
To learn more about the Haitian Health Foundation visit their website.
Co-sponsored by Three Rivers College Foundation and Dime Bank.
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