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Hatfield Professorship Benefit in DC 3/27

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The Dale N. Hatfield Professorship at the University of Colorado Law School has been made possible by Dale's very generous contribution to secure a professorship there that will work in partnership with the Silicon Flatirons Center and the Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program.

Silicon Flatirons will host events in Washington, DC and Boulder, Colorado, to honor Dale's commitment to these important areas of study. The event proceeds will support the Hatfield Professorship which honors and promotes the values that Dale has embodied during his distinguished career.

From his service at the FCC and US Department of Commerce to his professorship at the University of Colorado, Dale has demonstrated the highest ideals of service, scholarship and leadership. Hundreds, if not thousands, of technology leaders around the world have benefited from Dale's generosity of spirit and intellect. The Hatfield Professorship offers a great way to continue Dale's legacy.

I was honored to know Dale throughout my career at FCC and to work for him while he was head of OET.


Washington, DC Reception
Tuesday, March 27, 2012; 6:00-8:00 PM
The Fulbright Center
Hogan Lovells US LLP
555 Thirteenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Keynote speakers:

Kathleen Abernathy, Chief Legal Officer, Frontier Communications Corporation
Tom Wheeler, Managing Director, Core Capital Partners
Julius Genachowski, Chairman, FCC
Phil Verveer, US Coordinator for International Communications & Information Policy

To RSVP for the events send an email to: sf@colorado.edu

Cost: DC - $200

(100% of your cost will be a tax deductible donation to the Hatfield Professorship)

To make your donation to the Dale Hatfield Professorship Click Here

(To inquire about sponsorship levels email Anna Noschese at Anna.Noschese@colorado.edu)







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