Frederick M. Lawrence
Frederick M. Lawrence is the 10th Secretary and CEO of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, the nation’s first and most prestigious honor society, founded in 1776. Lawrence is a Distinguished Lecturer at the Georgetown Law Center, and has previously served as president of Brandeis University, Dean of the George Washington University Law School, and Visiting Professor and Senior Research Scholar at Yale Law School. He was elected to the American Philosophical Society in 2018 and the American Law Institute in 1999. Lawrence is the recipient of the 2019 Ernest L. Boyer Award from the New American Colleges and Universities, and the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences’ Arts & Sciences Advocacy Award in 2018.
An accomplished scholar, teacher and attorney, Lawrence is one of the nation’s leading experts on civil rights, free expression, bias crimes and higher education law. Lawrence has published widely and lectured internationally. He is the author of Punishing Hate: Bias Crimes Under American Law (Harvard University Press 1999), examining bias-motivated violence and how such violence is punished in the United States. He frequently contributes op-eds to various news sources, such as Newsweek, the Boston Globe, the Philadelphia Inquirer, US News and the NY Daily News, and has appeared on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News among other networks.
Lawrence has testified before Congress concerning free expression on campus and on federal hate crime legislation, was the key-note speaker at the meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) on bias-motivated violence, was a Senior Research Fellow at University College London, and the recipient of a Ford Foundation grant to study bias-motivated violence in the United Kingdom. Lawrence is a trustee of Beyond Conflict, serves on the Board of Directors for the American Association of Colleges and Universities, the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the National Humanities Alliance, the Editorial Board of the Journal of College and University Law, and the National Commission of the Anti-Defamation League, and has been a Trustee of Williams College and WGBH.
At Phi Beta Kappa, Lawrence has focused on advocacy for the arts, humanities and sciences, championing free expression, free inquiry and academic freedom, and invigorating the Society’s 293 chapters and nearly 50 alumni associations. As president of Brandeis, Lawrence strengthened ties between the university and its alumni and focused on sustaining the university’s historical commitment to educational access through financial aid. His accomplishments during his presidency included restoring fiscal stability to the university and overseeing record setting increases in admissions applications, undergraduate financial aid and the university’s endowment. An acclaimed teacher, Lawrence taught an undergraduate seminar on punishment and crime that was one of the most popular undergraduate courses offered at Brandeis. He revitalized the university’s Rose Art Museum, recruited and hired a new museum director, and commissioned the Light of Reason sculpture, creating a dynamic outdoor space for the Brandeis community.
Prior to Brandeis, Lawrence was dean and Robert Kramer Research Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School from 2005 to 2010. During his time at GW Law, Lawrence recruited the strongest classes in the school’s history, and his five years as dean were five of the six highest fund-raising years in the school’s history. He was Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law from 1988 to 2005, during which time he served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and received the Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching, the university’s highest teaching honor.
Lawrence’s legal career was distinguished by service as an assistant U.S. attorney for the southern district of New York in the 1980s, where he became chief of the Civil Rights Unit. Lawrence received a bachelor’s degree in 1977 from Williams College magna cum laude where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and a law degree in 1980 from Yale Law School where he was an editor of the Yale Law Journal.
Dr. Giles Geo is a popular British researcher and author. He was a Principal Research Associate at Medical Research Council (MRC) in the Metabolic Diseases Unit. Also, he worked as a scientific director at the University of Cambridge for metabolic science. Moreover, he has appeared in a TV documentary show titled Trust Me I’m a Doctor.
Additionally, he is an extraordinary author. In 2018, he published a book called Gene Eating: The Story of Human Appetite. Again, In 2021, he published another book entitled Why Calories Don’t Count: How We Got the Science of Weight Loss Wrong. Nevertheless, his books have high demand in Google, and also it has a good rating as well.
Here are some details about his personal life. Keep reading the interesting article.
10 Facts On Dr. Giles Yeo
Dr. Giles Geo was born in 1973. His age at present is 47 years as of 2021.
According to Wikipedia, Dr. Giles Yeo is an award-winning geneticist. He was honored and rewarded on the queen’s 2020 birthday for providing good services.
Who is Dr. Giles Yeo married to? It’s true that Dr. Giles Yeo is married. He has also celebrated his 20th marriage anniversary on October 14, 2020, with his wife. We can see a snap on Instagram as well.
There is no sign of his children in the media. Maybe, they don’t have babies right now.
Speaking about his net worth, Dr. Giles Yeo is still under audit.
Moving on to his family background, Yeo’s parent’s name is under the table. Even on the wiki page, there is no sign of his father and mother.
He holds British nationality. However, his ethnicity is unknown.
If we take a sneak peek at his Instagram profile, it looks like he loves to try several cuisines from different countries.
He attended the University of Cambridge with a Ph.D. degree in molecular genetics.
He is also available on Facebook and Twitter with a good fan following
Zagi -Polish artists awarded with three ZPAV gold records, a composer and author of music and texts, who writes for herself and other artists. She wrote songs for w Sound'n'Grace, NataliaZłada, Sylwia Lipka, and Filip Lato.
'Singing girl with a guitar- is a very expressive and unique figure on the Polish music scene. Her emotional vocal and catchy melodies, combined with the energy generated in her band, evolve into a mix of indie-rock, pop, and alternative.
5 albums on account
"Prześwit” (2020 wyd. PopcornRecords),
“Drapacz Chmur” (2018 wyd. WarnerMusic Poland),
„Kilka lat, parę miesięcy i 24 dni” (2017 wyd. Warner Music Poland)
„UKE” (2013 wyd. własne)
„Kilka Słów o Miłości” (2012 wyd.własne)
Zagi played was a supportive artist for:
Kwiat Jabłoni, Natalia Przybysz, Years &Years, Mela Koteluk, Piotr Rogucki,Lemon, Pablopavo i Ludziki, TedNemeth, Mela Koteluk, Paweł Domagała, and Voo Voo.
The artist has performed at many festivals, such as:
Pol'and'Rock Festival, Orange Warsaw Festival, Spring Break, Asymmetry Festiwal, Songwriter Łódź festival, II Czech Ukulele Festival, and many more!
The latest album titled "Prześwit" (2020, published by Popcorn Records) is a unique album created very unusually. Zagi made the songs during 11 online broadcasts that she ran on her YouTube channel during the first lockdown. The artist's fans were actively involved in creating each of the eight songs, and you can still watch the process on youtube!
Steven Baboun is an artist from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and based in New York City. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Film and Media Arts as well as a minor in Education Studies from American University and graduated from Parsons School of Design with a Master of Fine Arts in Photography. Baboun is a lens-based artist creating through photography, video, performance, and installation. His work has traveled to Los Angeles, Haiti, Miami, South Korea, China, Netherlands, Mexico, Canary Islands, and New York City, to name a few. Baboun is also the creator of the Haitian comedic character, Marie-Claude. Birthed during the peak of the Coronavirus pandemic, Marie-Claude was created out of the desire to connect with our Haitian community through laughter and positivity as well as bringing to light important social issues within the community through comedy.