William "Bro" Adams, the former head of the National Endowment of the Humanities, and former President of Colby College and Bucknell University, brought the humanities with him through his professional journey. While doing so he challenged colleges to rethink the impact liberal arts and sciences had on students, and the role they could play in the broader general public. He shares how the meaningful life and the productive life can coexist and how they can both be served in higher education.
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MALCOLM LESTER LECTURES