Stephen Hawking Lecture

Monday, April 1, 1996

World-renowned cosmologist Dr. Stephen Hawking has accepted the invitation to be the first Linus Pauling Memorial Lecturer. Dr. Hawking, one of the early developers of the theory of black holes and author of the bestselling book A Brief History of Time, will present Space & Time Warps: Is Time Travel Possible? at 7:00 pm, Sunday April 14, at the Seattle Opera House. The prestigious chair he holds at Cambridge University, the Lucasian professorship, was once held by Sir Isaac Newton.

Tickets for the unique event are on sale through TICKETMASTER, 10% discount for KCTS/9 subscribers. Call 292-ARTS Funds raised are dedicated to renovation of Pauling's boyhood home in Portland.

Co-sponsored by DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology) which is funded by the National Science Foundation. DO-IT is directed through Computing and Communications and the College of Engineering, University of Washington.