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Jerome Lyman, vice president of Global Quality Systems for McDonald’s Corporation, will deliver the fall installment of the College of Agriculture’s E.T. York Distinguished Lecturer Series Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 4 p.m. in Room 113-A of the Lowder Business Building. The lecture is titled “The Challenge of Consumer-Facing Supply Chains.” The E.T. York Distinguished Lecturer Series was established in the College of Agriculture in 1981 through an endowment from the late E.T. York and his wife, Vam Cardwell York, to bring renowned speakers to Auburn to share their agriculture-related knowledge with the campus and community. An Auburn College of Agriculture alumnus, York served as head of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System in the early 1960s and went on to become president of the University of Florida and then chancellor of the State University System of Florida. For more information on the lecture, contact Megan Ross at (334) 844-4768 or mhr0001@auburn.edu.