From the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations:
Help make Randy Pausch Beliefnet's “Most Inspiring Person of the Year”!
Beliefnet.com has selected Dr. Randy Pausch, a Unitarian Universalist, as one of the ten most inspiring people of the year with a chance of being voted the “Most Inspiring Person of 2008” during the next week. The other two finalists for this award are country singer Steven Curtis Chapman and the Boy Scouts who survived an Iowa tornado earlier this year.
Dr. Pausch, who passed away this summer, was the Carnegie Mellon professor whose video and book, “The Last Lecture,” have inspired millions.
It is a great honor to be voted Beliefnet.com’s most inspiring person of the year, and we would be thrilled if a Unitarian Universalist were selected. You can help: voting will continue through Friday, December 5, at midnight. You may vote once a day—and we hope that you will share this information with your friends!
Read Beliefnet’s column on Randy Pausch. Go directly to the voting page.
For additional information, you can also read UUA.org’s interview with Dr. Pausch, conducted shortly before his death.