STUDENTS GET YOUR TICKET HERE!
After you register, come as soon as possible to the Baker Center (1640 Cumberland Ave, suite 302) to collect your ticket. Tickets are first come, first serve.
The Baker Distinguished Lecture Series (BDLS) was established in 2012 as the premier forum to promote the values of Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. and to recognize the contributions of the nation’s most noteworthy and powerful leaders. For the series, speakers are invited to share their thoughts on pressing challenges, the future of the nation, and the value of leadership.
Senator Baker’s longstanding commitment to honorable public service made an indelible mark on U.S. history. Known for his integrity, dedication to the nation, and ability to lead others to his vision, this signature lecture series is intended to honor speakers of national prominence.
Previous lectures have been delivered by journalist and author, Tom Brokaw, and Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan.
We are proud to welcome UT alum Peyton Manning as our featured lecturer for the Baker Distinguished Lecture Series. If you would like to request a ticket please fill out the form at the link below. A Vol Card is required for admittance.
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FATA and the Frontier Crimes Regulation in Pakistan: The Enduring Legacy of British Colonialism by Harrison Akins
“Recent Developments in the Kurdish Independence Movement in Iraq” by Gary Uzonyi
“Third-Party Targeting of Civilians during Civil War since 1900” by Gary Uzonyi