Ohio Association of Scholars Lecture on October 22

National Association of Scholars

On Wednesday, October 22 the Ohio Association of Scholars will host a talk by Dr. Richard Vedder on "The Coming Crisis in Higher Education." Dr. Vedder is an economist, historian, author, columnist, Distinguished Professor of Economics Emeritus at Ohio University, a senior fellow at the Independent Institute, and a member of the Board of Directors of the NAS. 

The talk will begin at 3:30 in Room 219 of the Psychology Building at Ohio State University in Columbus. 

This talk is being arranged by Dr. Hal Arkes, Vice President of the Ohio Association of Scholars. If you have any questions please contact Hal at [email protected].

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