What Makes a Life More Abundant?
An Exploration Across the Disciplines
A four-week lunch and lecture series featuring Randolph College faculty
FACULTY LECTURES INCLUDE:
“A MEANINGFUL LIFE” | Wednesday, March 13
John d’Entremont, The Theodore H. Jack Professor of History
“RENEWAL” | Wednesday, March 20
Sarah Sojka, Assistant Professor of Physics and Environmental Studies
“FRIENDSHIP” | Wednesday, March 27
Elizabeth “Blair” Gross, Assistant Professor of Psychology
“CURIOSITY” | Wednesday, April 3
Peter Sheldon, The Charles A. Dana Professor of Physics and Engineering and Director of the Center for Student Research
Location: Randolph College, Smith Memorial Building, Alice Ashley Jack Room
Time: Lecture begins at 10:30 a.m.(10 a.m. coffee and tea available).
Lunch is included in the fees.
Cost: $50 for the entire lecture series or $20 at the door per lecture (includes lunch).
Registration: Registration is open to the public.
Please register by mail with a check made payable to Randolph College:
Vita Abundantior Lecture Series, Randolph College, P.O. Box 3215, Lynchburg, VA 24503
You may also register by calling the Office of Alumnae and Alumni Relations at 434.947.8102 or
Contact the Office of Alumnae and Alumni Relations at Randolph College with questions.
434.947.8102 or email@example.com