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Public Policy Forecasting President Donates 13,000 Books to Regent

| September 27, 2007

Graham Molitor presented with a token of gratitude and appreciation by Library Dean Sara Baron

Graham Molitor, president of Public Forecasting of the World Future Society, recently donated about 13,000 books to the Regent University Library. The books cover a wide range of topics, such as energy, environment, technology, law, sociology and futures studies. Molitor's contribution also includes a Swedish collection, known for its cutting- edge studies on forecasting.

Molitor, who is an authority on forecasting government policy, was a featured speaker for the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship Foresight 2007: Leading from the Future event. He has also served on the White House Social Indicators Committee and in elective, appointive or advisory capacities in each government branch- executive, legislative, judicial and independent regulatory.

As a token of gratitude and appreciation for his donation, University Library Dean Sara Baron presented Molitor with a library action figurine.

"Molitor's time, insight and generosity through his contribution to the library will speak into the lives of students," Baron said.

Regent's library is in the process of evaluating and dispensing Molitor's book donation on the shelves for student access.


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