Post date: October 22, 2001 -- 1:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, October 23, Lamar Alexander, former Governor of Tennessee and U.S. Secretary of Education, will give an address titled: "After 9/11, America's Greatest Opportunity." Alexander will speak in the Langdell South classroom at 4 p.m.
Alexander has run for president twice and has written seven books including Six Months Off, the story of his family's life in Australia after eight years in the Governor's residence. A longtime advocate of public education, Alexander served as U.S. Secretary of Education for President George Bush and has received the highest honors given by the Education Commission of the States and the National College Athletic Association. He currently teaches courses on public service and campaigns at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.
The event is sponsored by the Harvard Law School Republicans.