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   Provost Lecture Series 

Thursday, October 8
   4:00-6:00 pm, Simons Center Auditorium, Room 103

 Josh Levs-- The Myth of the Modern Dad: What the New York  Times, Pew Research, and Everyone Else Got Wrong.

Josh Levs is an investigative journalist, expert on issues facing modern families and author of All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, Families, and Businesses–And How We Can Fix It Together. After 20 years of reporting for NPR and CNN, Levs, a father of three, focuses his book on dispelling myths about today's dads and moms, and explaining the necessity of new policies such as paid family leave.  He tells his own story of taking on a policy at Time Warner that prevented him from being able to care for his newborn, preemie daughter and sick wife. As a result of his legal action and the publicity surrounding them, the company revolutionized its policy, making it much better for dads and moms. Levs has received six Peabody Awards and two Edward R. Murrow Awards. A scholarship was awarded in his name at his alma mater, Yale University, and he was named a Journalist of the Year by the Atlanta Press Club. Co-sponsor: The Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities

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