Burack Lecture Series - Doug Mills
"Through the Lens of a Camera: My 30 Years in the White House"
Doug Mills, Photographer, New York Times, Washington Bureau, is one of the best photographers in the press business. The two-time Pulitzer Prize awardee has been with the New York Times since 2002, and, previous to that was with the Associated Press for 15 years and United Press International for 4 years. He has covered every president since Reagan, has been witness to countless historical events, and has gotten to know each president personally. In 2001, he was one of the few members of the press on board Air Force One with President Bush after the tragedy of 9/11. He is also an outstanding sports photographer and has covered many Super Bowls and 12 Olympics. His iconic images tell many stories of human behavior in triumph and tragedy.
Keynote followed by 'dialogue' with Doug Mills (NY Times), Rae Nishi (NBH), Jane Petrillo (CDAE), John Burke (Political Science), Madelein Kunin (Marsh Professor at Large), and Raj Chawla (Medical Photography). Reception follows. Parking for the public available in the Jeffords Parking Lot. ADA accommodations: conferences @uvm.edu or 802-656-5665 in advance of the event.
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