The Centennial Commencement Committee Invites Your Presence to a Special Centenary Lecture on the Topic:
“The 19th-Century Origins of the University of Liberia”.
Presenter: Mr. Charles Newhall, Historian & Member of the Trustees of Donations for Education In Liberia (TDEL)
Moderator: Prof. William Ezra Allen, PhD., Historian, Vice President for Academic Affairs, UL, & Chair, Centennial Commencement Committee
Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019
UL Auditorium, Capitol Hill Campus,
University of Liberia
Mr. Charles Newhall works on United States early national republic history in a global context. He had been researching the relationship between reformers and education in Liberia, particularly through the history of TDEL (Trustees of Donations for Education in Liberia). In the mid-1800s, TDEL worked with Liberian leaders to found Liberia College, now the University of Liberia. Mr. Newhall is currently writing a history of TDEL and its role in establishing Liberia College. Mr. Newhall is a graduate of Lawrence University and Boston College and currently teaches at St. John’s Preparatory School outside Boston.
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