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For this year's Zamanakos Lecture, Father John Chryssavgis, archedeacon of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, will give a talk, "Climate Change as Moral Priority: The Green Patriarch," during which he will explain Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew's role in promoting environmental awareness among Eastern Orthodox Christians.
For questions, please contact Prof. Andrew Drenas via email: Andrew_Drenas@uml.edu.
Kady Phelps came to UMass Lowell to major in education, but history caught up with her. She earned her master’s degree in history and the Excellence in Students Cultural Heritage Award for her work on an exhibit about Portuguese immigration to Lowell.