Event: NAS Members' Day

National Association of Scholars

Members' Day 2023

Friday, October 20 | 1 pm CDT
In-Person Event

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The Wisconsin Association of Scholars will be hosting a half-day event at Lake Geneva, WI on Friday, October 20, prior to the Annual Board and Members Meetings of the National Association of Scholars on Saturday, October 21.

Chapter president Benjamin Whitcomb and NAS board member Bruce Gilley will lead discussions on pressing issues in higher education and on the work of the NAS and its state affiliates. 

Participant costs include dinner. Members may choose to stay overnight in the Lake Geneva area in order to join the annual members meeting in-person on Saturday morning. 

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