Mason Speakers in the Community
Posted: January 30, 2009 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Following are members of the Mason community who made presentations in Dec. 2008 and Jan. 2009 as part of Mason Speakers, the university’s speakers bureau. For more information or to schedule a speaker, visit the web site or call 703-993-8761.
Dec. 8—Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “Getting to Happy: Seven Practical Steps to a Happier and More Contented Life” to the Fairfax County Department of Family Services in Fairfax, Va.
Dec. 10—Zachary Schrag, Department of History and Art History, presented “The Great Society Subway: A History of the Washington Metro” to the Etz Hayim Congregation in Arlington, Va.
Dec. 13—Mary McCutcheon, Anthropology, retired, presented “Creationism” at the meeting of the National Capital Area Skeptics in Laurel, Md.
Jan. 5—Janette Muir, New Century College, presented “Persuasion and Political Advertising” to the Fairfax City Democratic Committee in Fairfax, Va.
Jan. 6—Dan Walsch, Media and Public Relations, presented “George Mason University Today” to the Rosslyn-Fort Myer Rotary Club in Arlington, Va.
Jan. 7—Dan Walsch, Media and Public Relations, presented “Trends in Communication from an Academic Perspective” to the Northern Virginia Public Information Officers in Fairfax, Va.
Jan. 8—Goodlett McDaniel, Associate Dean, College of Health and Human Services, and Associate Provost, presented “Action Allays Anxiety, Surviving the Hidden Stressors of Life” to the BELLES (Bright Energized Ladies League for Educating and Socializing) in Springfield, Va.
Jan. 10—Marie Kodadek, School of Nursing, spoke to the Daughters of the American Revolution on “Women’s Health” in Fairfax, Va.
Jan. 12—Gerald Hanweck, School of Management, presented “Subprime and Alternative Mortgage Instruments and Effects on Housing and the Economy” at the Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute in Arlington, Va.
Jan. 14—Gerald Hanweck, School of Management, presented “Personal Investing Alternatives” to the residents of Leisure World of Virginia in Landsdowne, Va.
Jan. 19—Jeremy Mayer, School of Public Policy, presented “The Presidential Campaign” at Presidential Classroom in Washington, D.C.