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PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON TO DELIVER FIRST OF FOUR LECTURES AT GEORGETOWN

April 29, 2013

WHO:
President Bill Clinton
Founder, Clinton Foundation
42nd President of the United States
WHAT:
President Bill Clinton, who graduated from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in 1968, will give the first in a historic series of lectures that explore the people, events, lessons and guiding principles that have shaped his career in public service.
 
These speeches will, as a collection, offer the audience unprecedented insight into President Clinton's life and work, and demonstrate how constructive engagement and cooperation are the hallmarks of success across the globe.
 
This four-lecture series will take place over a number of years. This will be the second time Clinton has given a series of talks at Georgetown. In 1991, as the governor of Arkansas and Democratic candidate for president, he presented three “New Covenant” speeches to students on Responsibility and Rebuilding the American Community, Economic Change and American Security.
 
More information is available here: http://www.georgetown.edu/clinton-lectures.html
WHERE: Gaston Hall (Third Floor Healy Building)
Georgetown University
37th & O Street, NW
Washington, DC 20057
WHEN: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 from 10:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
COVERAGE:

Media interested in attending must RSVP with Rachel Pugh at (202) 687-4328 or rmp47@georgetown.edu. Press will be asked to provide valid credentials upon check-in.

WEBCAST: The event will be webcast live at http://www.georgetown.edu/clinton-lectures.html
CONTACT:
Rachel Pugh
rmp47@georgetown.edu
202-687-4328

 

Georgetown University37th and O Streets, N.W., Washington D.C. 20057(202) 687.0100

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