Congratulations to Professor Donald Kinder for receiving the 97th Henry Russel Lectureship

In 1925, supported by funds from a bequest from Henry Russel (Law, 1875), the Regents established the Henry Russel Lectureship. Considered the University’s highest honor for a senior member of its active faculty, the Henry Russel Lectureship is awarded annually to recognize a faculty member of exceptional achievements in research, scholarship, and/or creative endeavors, and an outstanding record of distinguished teaching, mentoring, and service to the university and wider communities.

Please join us on March 14th for the 97th Henry Russel Lecture "Myrdal's Prediction: Prejudice and Principles in American Political Life" presented by Donald Kinder, Philip E. Converse Distinguished University Professor of Political Science.