Join us for an evening with Rhodes Scholar Jory Fleming, author of "How to Be Human," where he'll share about his journey, and encourage thoughtful discussion about opening ourselves up to new experiences and new people. Use our form below to request a free copy of Jory's book and register for the event!
Tuesday, January 25, 2021
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Russell House Theater
In his newest book, Jory bills himself as an enigmatic and eccentric thinker, willing
to chart his own path to success. Harry Smith of NBC has called him "one of the most
interesting people I've ever met."
While at the University of South Carolina, Jory was a Rhodes, Truman, Goldwater, and NOAA Hollings Scholar. (Side note: He had never heard of a national fellowship when he was a freshman!) We hope you’ll grab a free copy of his book, read and reflect on charting your own unique path, join us for Jory’s lecture and learn how your own journey can bring you into contact with some amazing people along the way (our national fellowships team included).
Jory will offer a reading from his current book, a brief lecture (on topics ranging from Professor Daisy his service dog, national fellowships, Scottish Country dancing and more) followed by a Q&A session.
Register now to reserve your copy of his book, claim a seat at the lecture and let us know if you'd like to stay for the follow-up dessert and small group discussions. (Prefer audiobooks? "How to Be Human" is available through Audible and Amazon audiobooks.)