This Month in the Community…

Posted: October 31, 2001 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

Following are faculty and staff members who made presentations to community groups in October as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call x38846.

  • Oct. 1–Nancy Wallace, Career Services, presented “Revitalize Your Career” for 40+ of Greater Washington.


  • Oct. 2–Marilyn Mobley McKenzie, African American Studies, presented “Cultural Diversity” for the Millennium Rotary Club of Northern Virginia.


  • Oct. 4–Karen Oates, New Century College, presented “Contemporary Women’s Health Issues” for the Clifton Community Women’s Club.


  • Oct. 8–Rich Miller, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Medical Self Care” for the Amputee Support Group of Northern Virginia.


  • Oct. 12–Barbara Given, Graduate School of Education, presented “Learning and Working Styles” for the National Center of Nonprofit Boards.


  • Oct. 15–Rich Miller, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Spiritual and Mental Wellness” for the National Electrical Contractors Association.


  • Oct. 16–Elizabeth Choi, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Contemporary Women’s Health Issues” for the Middleridge Women’s Club.


  • Oct. 16–Frieda Butler, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Minority Women’s Health Issues” for the Securities and Exchange Commission.


  • Oct. 18–Martin Cohen, History and Art History, presented “American History on Film” for the Hollin Hall Senior Center.


  • Oct. 18–Tom Hennessey, Office of the President, presented “How Technology has Changed Government” for the Learning in Retirement Institute.


  • Oct. 18–Elizabeth Price, Dance, presented “Dance as a Healing Art” for the Organization of Re-training.


  • Oct. 19–Fred Schack, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Aging, Nutrition, and Exercise” for Immanuel Grand Life seniors.


  • Oct. 23–Coilin Owens, English, presented “Old and New Ireland” for the Heatherwood Retirement Community.


  • Oct. 23–Sheryl Friedley, Communication, presented “Male/Female Communication Styles in the Workplace” for the National Electrical Contractors

    Association.


  • Oct. 24–Martin Cohen, History and Art History, presented “American History on Film” for the Reston/Herndon Senior Center.


  • Oct. 31–Susan Tomasovic, Communication, presented “Boosting Teacher Effectiveness Through Performance” for the for C.W. Harris Elementary School teachers and educational aides.

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