Author Michael Hingson, survivor of the World Trade Center tragedy, visits UNH
Out of the Ashes: Learning to Survive in a Changing World
Michael Hingson is the author of "Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust at Ground Zero". Hingson, was working in Tower One of the World Trade Center when it collapsed and he and his guide dog led several people to safety. He is now the national ambassador for the Braille Literacy Campaign and is an international speaker presenting on the topics of trust, teamwork, leadership, diversity and inclusion. A graduate of the University of California (Irvine) and a cum laude graduate with a master's degree in physics, Hingson also worked with Dr. Raymond Kurzweil who developed the Kurzweil Reading Machine for the blind. For more information on Michael Hingson (click here).