George Scranton’s Last Lecture

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George Scranton's Last LectureSeattle Pacific University’s beloved Professor of Theatre, George Scranton, delivers his “Last Lecture”. Before retiring this year, Professor Scranton has honored SPU with over four decades of dedicated teaching, and has over 100 directing credits under his name. In his “Last Lecture”, Scranton reflects on the intersection of comedy, theatre, life, food, and grace.

The concept of a “Last Lecture” is based on a 2007 lecture and 2008 book by Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor whose battle with pancreatic cancer inspired him to write and deliver a lecture on what would really matter if it was really the last lecture he ever gave. In subsequent Last Lectures, professors reflect on what matters most and what wisdom they would hope to share with others. Ivy Honorary is SPU’s chapter of the National Mortar Board Honor Society.

Watch George Scranton’s Last Lecture here.

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