The mission of Voices: A Library Lecture Series is to broaden and enrich the scope of studies at Hudson Valley Community College by presenting speakers on timely and enduring issues and freely sharing these lectures and discussions with the community.

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Voices was founded by Professor Robert Matthews, a gracious and dedicated man of integrity and compassion, whose thoughtful and inclusive vision has directed the Voices’ program for 20 years. Professor Matthews has cultivated minds, enriched lives, and given voice to hundreds of diverse speakers who have presented on a wide range of interesting and important topics. We will greatly miss Bob and his wisdom, humor, and steady insightful leadership as he retires from Hudson Valley Community College.

Committee Members

Mary Ellen Bolton
Sushmita Chatterji
Stephanie Clowe
Bonnie Cook
Anne Dearing
Brenda Hazard
Eric Kiel
Cynthia Koman
Robert Matthews
GG Roberts
Anne Rappaport
Michelle Thivierge

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For information about Voices, call (518) 629-7336.

If you have a disability and require any reasonable accommodations or an interpreter, please contact the Center for Access and Assistive Technology at (518) 629-7154 or TDD (518) 629-7596.

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