Livingston Legacy Lectures


Last Updated on February 1, 2021 by laaAdmin

Those of us who were members of the Livingston College family, whether as a student, faculty or staff member, or friend, know of the vital and eternal legacy Livingston has to this day on the overall programs of Rutgers University and on a global scale.  While the Livingston College that we knew and loved is no longer in existence, Livingston graduates and staff play key roles in the national and international communities, and Livingston’s programs and unique attributes live on in a variety of Rutgers University programs. 

To celebrate Livingston’s contributions to the overall Rutgers and global communities, the Livingston Alumni Association has hosted two Livingston Legacy Lecture programs:  

We would like to plan future Livingston Legacy Lecture events on the key roles that the anthropology, music, Latino studies, urban planning, philosophy and women’s studies program played in our college’s history.  Would you like to help us plan one of these programs or have an idea for a Livingston Legacy Lecture program?  Please contact us at

Revised March 4, 2017

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