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Dorothy L. Thompson Lecture Series

How to become a Dorothy L. Thompson Lecture Series Patron

The Dorothy L. Thompson Civil Rights Lecture Series was created by the K-State Office of the Provost. The series is sustained by contributions from its patrons and funding from the Academic Excellence Fund provided by the President and Provost. Patrons are invited to a dinner before and a reception following the lecture. Lectures are generally held in Forum Hall in the K-State Student Union, or occasionally in the Alumni Center, Hale Library Hemisphere Room, or McCain Auditorium.

You are invited to become a patron of this series. Your financial contribution will allow us to continue to bring to our campus prominent people who will speak to the important civil rights issues of our day. Your name will be listed on the program distributed that evening.

To avoid excluding anyone who wishes to become a patron, any amount of donation will enable you to become a patron of the Dorothy L. Thompson Civil Rights Lecture Series.

To become a patron visit the KSU Foundation website at https://one.found.ksu.edu/ccon/new_gift.do?action=newGift&ccn_fund_id=3158&scenario=selectfund&reason=WEB

For more information about the series you may send an e-mail to equity@k-state.edu or contact the Office of Institutional Equity at 785-532-6220.