Crist adds 'lecturer' to his resume
Back in January, Charlie Crist said he planned to go to work for Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport. Now it's official.
Crist will serve as a guest lecturer in various classes, interact with students, and deliver presentations on campus and at law school events, the school said Monday. Crist plans to present Stetson Law’s Nichols Foundation Prominent Speakers Lecture Series in the spring. Established in 1995, the Nichols Series "enriches academic life at Stetson by presenting prominent speakers from business, government and the law."
“Stetson University believes in public service and practical learning, and we are thrilled that Governor Crist will be sharing his unique insights into Florida law and policy with our students,” Stetson University President Wendy Libby said in a statement.
“It’s always exciting and stimulating to have the opportunity to interact with young people in our state, particularly the caliber of students at Stetson University College of Law,” Crist said. “It’s an honor and a privilege to be invited to do so and I’m very humbled by the invitation.”