October 18, 2006
William Dorman delivered Livingston Lecture Oct. 17
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William Dorman, professor of government and journalism at Sacramento State, delivered Sacramento State’s prestigious John C. Livingston Lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 3 p.m. in the University Ballroom.
Dorman, who plans to retire next May after a 40-year teaching career at Sacramento State, presented a talk titled “A Teaching Life: Values Then and Now.” He focused on the man for whom the lecture series is named, John C. Livingston, who was known as an inspiration to both faculty and students.
The Livingston Lecture is one of the top awards for faculty at Sacramento State. The annual lecture, organized by the Faculty Senate, recognizes a faculty member who has played an active role in the life of the University and has shown strong commitment to students while remaining active in creative and scholarly work. Dorman is the first Sacramento State professor to be twice selected to deliver the Livingston Lecture.
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