Writer and Activist Terry Tempest Williams Speaks at Norris Cotton Cancer Center
February 20, 2006
Norris Cotton Cancer Center is pleased to host Dartmouth College's current Montgomery Fellow, the environmental writer and activist Terry Tempest Williams, at a special lecture during its weekly Grand Rounds.
Williams is best known for her book Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place, which juxtaposes the rise of the Great Salt Lake and flooding of a bird sanctuary with her mother's ovarian cancer. She has testified before Congress about the environmental links associated with cancer.
Williams speak at noon on Thursday, February 23 in Auditoria B-C-D at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Please RSVP to Bridget at (603) 653-9000. The lecture is open to the public but space is limited.
Contact: Lee McDavid
Tel: (603) 653-6177