Mason Faculty and Staff in the Community
Posted: May 1, 2007 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Following are members of the George Mason community who made presentations in April as part of Mason Speakers — the university’s speakers’ bureau.
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April 5—Robert Erhlich, Physics and Astronomy, presented “Should We Worry about Global Warming?” at the Jewish Community Center in Fairfax.
April 10—Walter Rankin, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Science, presented “E-mail Issues in Business” to Long and Foster Realtors in McLean.
April 12—Jeff Offutt, Information and Software Engineering, presented “Internet Safety” at Wakefield School in The Plains.
April 13—Marilyn Mobley, associate provost and English, presented, “Cultural Diversity” at Culpepper Gardens in Arlington.
April 17—Andrew Flagel, Admissions, presented “Targeting Special and Changing Audiences” to the Virginia Government Communicators in Fairfax.
April 18—Susie Crate, Environmental Science and Policy, presented “Global Climate Change: The Problem and the Solution” to the Singles at Messiah group in Springfield.
April 20—Robert Rogowsky, Public Policy, presented “Getting to Happy: Seven Steps to a Happier and More Contented Life” to the residents of Leisure World of Virginia in Landsdowne.
April 24—Rick Davis, Center for the Arts, spoke to the Northern Virginia Jewish Community Center in Fairfax on “American Theater and Drama: A Status Report.”
April 25—Robert Rogowsky, Public Policy, spoke to the Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on “Getting to Happy: Seven Practical Steps to a Happier and More Contented Life.”
April 25—Doris Bitler, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Science, spoke at Lee Senior Center in Arlington on “Freaks and the American Side Show.”