Resisting Complacency: Luck, Choices and the Fates
If this were the last lecture you would ever give to
students, what would you say?
Join students, staff and
David Price, Ph.D., professor of sociology and
cultural anthropology -- elected by the campus
community -- answers this question.
Feb. 5, 2014
Trautman Union Building
For additional information contact Katya Shkurkin, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-438-4385.
Saint Martin's University Last Lecture Series
The Last Lecture connects students and faculty at Saint Martin’s University
in an informal setting which encourages reflection on the everyday
convictions, actions, and challenges of a life journey.
The concept of a Last Lecture became nationally recognized in 2007 when
Dr. Randy Pausch gave his Last Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University. Pausch
conceived of the lecture after he learned the he had terminal cancer. Pausch’s lecture has been viewed by millions since and is
incorporated into school curriculums worldwide.
For more information on Pausch's lecture visit