On Underrated, October 1 2013
Dear Friends and Colleagues,

On behalf of the Junior Fellow Lecture Series committee I would like to invite you to the first Junior Fellow Lecture of this year. Please join us at 7:45pm on Tuesday October 1st in the Upper Library for three lectures and discussion under the theme “Underrated”. Our speakers are:

Chizoba Imoka (Educational Administration and International Development Education): “African Teenagers – Diamonds in the Rough”

Ruth Maddeaux (Linguistics): “Language: The facts you didn’t know you knew”

Louis-Philippe Thibault (Mathematics): “Why the usefulness of pure mathematics should not be underrated”

The discussion will be moderated by our very own (and appropriately highly-rated) Michael Valpy.

All members of the community are more than welcome.

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