University of Wisconsin-Parkside Digital Collections

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Science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke visited UW-Parkside in 1972 for a public lecture entitled "Life in the Year 2001." He is shown above with, from left to right, Walter Graffin, Don McElvaney, (Clarke himself), Kathryn Wood and Curt Sahakian.

Ben Bradlee, executive editor at the Washington Post, spoke at UW-Parkside on March 27th, 1977. Bradlee is pictured on the left, speaking to Chancellor Alan Guskin.

Judge Christine Webster spoke on Indian affairs at UW-Parkside on March 8th, 1978.

Environmentalist David Brower spoke at a pollution conference at UW-Parkside in 1970.

Dr. Gilbert, Director of the Spring Green Wisconsin Mime Company, was a guest lecturer at UW-Parkside in the Humanistic Studies Division. Left to right: Dr. Gilbert, Jeff Koch, Robert Schrader and Jim Garramone.

Dr. Severo Ochoa spoke at UW-Parkside on October 7th, 1977. He was a joint-recipient of the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.

Dean of the University of Massachusetts School of Education Dwight Allen spoke at UW-Parkside on February 16th, 1972. His lecture was entitled "Making the Future of Education Less Certain." Allen is pictured speaking to students while seated.

Famed editor and political figure Dwight Macdonald spoke at UW-Parkside in January of 1971.

Famed author Elizabeth Janeway spoke at the UW-Parkside Women's Caucus on February 15th, 1973.

Criminal defense attorney F. Lee Bailey gave a talk at UW-Parkside about his new book "The Defense Never Rests." His talk was sponsored by the UW-Parkside Lecture and Fine Arts Committee.
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