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GSE&IS Frances Clarke Sayers Lecture

Sunday, February 12, 2012
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Anderson Complex - Korn Convocation Hall - Rm. C314

See below for additional information.

Admission

Tickets are $15. Contact Nicholas Belli at (310) 206-0375 for ticket information.

Contact

Dean, GSE&IS
(310) 206-0375
nbelli@support.ucla.edu

Additional Information

UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies is holding the Frances Clarke Sayers Lecture on February 12, 2012 from 4-6pm in Korn Convocation Hall.

Caldecott Medal recipient Allen Say will deliver the 2012 Frances Clarke Sayers Lecture. Say is the author of Home of the Brave, The Boy of the Three Year Nap, and Grandfather's Journey.

This lecture series honors Frances Clarke Sayers (1897-1989), distinguished children’s librarian, inspiring master teacher, author, storyteller, and member of the UCLA Department of Library and Information Science faculty from 1960-1989.

 

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