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Yunus lecture postponed, not yet rescheduled
Monday’s lecture featuring Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus has been postponed, according to a university update. A new date has not been scheduled as of Sunday.
According to Associate Vice President for Public Relations John Morgan, Yunus “hopes to reschedule the lecture for a future date.”
Yunus, who founded the practice of microcredit as a means to combat global poverty, received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006.