March 29, 2012
The Monfort Professor-in-Residence Program presents Douglas Brinkley, Ph.D., author of 'The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America' (2009) and a fellow in history at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, one of the leading bipartisan public policy think tanks in the country.
Colorado State University presents Monfort Professor-in-Residence Douglas Brinkley, Ph.D., award-winning historian and best-selling author. The Chicago Tribune has dubbed him "America's new past master."
Brinkley's topic is "Saving Wild America: From Theodore Roosevelt to Present Day."
Brinkley is a professor of history at Rice University, a fellow at the James Baker Institute for Public Policy, and author of several books, including:
Six of Brinkley's award-winning books have been selected as New York Times Notable Books of the Year.
The MPIR program brings accomplished speakers to campus to interact with students and enrich their learning experiences. Monfort Professors-in-Residence are distinguished leaders who are nationally and internationally renowned for contributions to the fields of business, government, the sciences and the arts.
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