BRUCE S FOWLE: Designing a Green Lifestyle, June 8, 2007

On Friday, June 8, 2007, 7:30 pm at The Hotchkiss School, Bruce S. Fowle, FAIA, LEEDA, spoke on “Designing a Green Lifestyle”. Senior Principal of FX Fowle Architects and a pioneer of sustainable architecture, Mr. Fowle co-founded his firm in 1978 on the philosophical basis that architecture must be conscious and respectful of context and utility while enriching the human experience.

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EVAN DOBELLE: Global Competitiveness and the Challenge to American Education, April 13, 2007

Dr. Evan Dobelle, spoke on “Global Competitiveness and the Challenge to American Education” on April 13, 2007 at Salisbury School. An educator and politician, Dr. Dobelle is currently the Executive Director of the Northeast Association of Colleges and Universities. He has been president of the University of Hawaii, Trinity College in Hartford, and City College of San Francisco. In the Carter administration, he served as US Chief of Protocol for the White House, and Assistant Secretary of State with the rank of ambassador. During the Reagan governorship in California, he served on his commission for educational reform. Dr. Dobelle has an abiding interest in educational reform and competitiveness.

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AKHIL REED AMAR: The Constitution and the Balance of Powers, October 20, 2006

Over 250 people braved blustery, cold winds and power outages on Friday, October 20, 2006 to learn about “The Constitution and the Balance of Powers,” in a spell-binding presentation by Prof. Akhil Reed Amar of Yale Law School. Prof. Amar regularly receives top ranking from Yale students, and the discussion was a terrific experience just before the mid-term elections. Thanks to Salisbury School for hosting us!

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