This Month in the Community…

Posted: March 29, 2002 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

Following are members of the George Mason community who made presentations to community groups in March as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call x38693.

  • March 1–Martin Cohen, History and Art History, presented “American History on Film” for the Aurora Hills Senior Center.


  • March 5– Elizabeth Choi, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Contemporary Women’s Health Issues” for the Woodside Manor Women’s Club.


  • March 6–Roger Stough, School of Public Policy, presented “The Regional Economy” for the Alexandria Optimist Club.


  • March 11– Robert Pasnak, Psychology, presented “The Development of Intelligence” for the Village Green Day School in Lowes Island.


  • March 11–Adam Winsler, Psychology, presented “School Readiness” for the Village Green Day School in Lowes Island.


  • March 12–Randy Lytton, History and Art History, presented “Historic Fairfax, Virginia” for the Friends of the Vale Schoolhouse.


  • March 12– Colin Owens, English, presented “Old and New Ireland: From English Colony to Celtic Tiger” for the Loudoun County Senior Center.


  • March 13– Colin Owens, English, presented “Old and New Ireland: From English Colony to Celtic Tiger” for the Virginia Retirement Community.


  • March 20–Frieda Butler, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Stress and Aging” for the Virginia Retirement Community.


  • March 20–Robert Pasnak, Psychology, presented “The Development of Intelligence” for the Pohick Regional Library.


  • March 20–Martin Cohen, History and Art History, presented “American History on Film” for the Grace Presbyterian Church Older Adults Group.


  • March 21–Anita Taylor, Communication, presented “Feminism at the Crossroads” for the Springfield-Annandale American Association of University Women.


  • March 22–Don Boileau, Communication, presented “How to Run Effective Meetings” for Boardsource.


  • March 22– Robert Ehrlich, Physics and Astronomy, presented “Nine Crazy Ideas in Science” for the Dunbarton Active Adult Community.


  • March 21–Anita Taylor, Communication, presented “Better Listeners are Better Communicators” for the Aurora Hills Senior Center.


  • March 28–Robert Ehrlich, Physics and Astronomy, presented “Nine Crazy Ideas in Science” for the Leisure World of Virginia.

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