Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program.
Daniel Willingham, a leading cognitive psychologist at the University of Virginia, will
speak. He is the author of two best-selling books, Why don't Students Like School? and When
Can You Trust the Experts?”
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