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Petar Sarcevic, who was the first ambassador from Croatia to the US, will give the Law School's Dean Richard G. Huber Distinguished Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 5 p.m. in Stuart 411. The lecture, titled "Peace in a Postwar Society," is free and open to the public.
Now the ambassador to Switzerland, Sarcevic has published widely in the fields of private international law, monetary law, international commercial law and comparative family law and is president of the International Society of Family Law. He served as ambassador to the US from 1992-96.
The Richard G. Huber Distinguished Lecture Series is in honor of the former Law School dean and current professor emeritus .
For the 10th consecutive year, USA Today is conducting a search for the nation's best and brightest students and Boston College faculty are encouraged to prompt students to apply.
Full-time undergraduates are eligible for the "All-USA Academic Team." Winners will be selected on the basis of scholarly excellence, as well as their leadership roles on and off campus. Particular weight will be given to students' outstanding original academic or intellectual product, which they will be required to describe in an essay.
Nomination forms are available at the Office of Public Affairs, ext. 2-3350. All entries must be postmarked by Monday, Nov. 30.
The Student Accounts, Student Loans and Credit and Collections offices that are now part of Student Services have moved to Lyons 101. The offices were located in More Hall before they were merged with Financial Aid and the University Registrar's Office to create Student Services under a Project Delta initiative.
Student Services may be reached at ext. 2-3300.
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