This Month in the Community…
Posted: April 30, 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 April as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call x38693.
- April 1–Linda McCarthy, Alumna, presented “Spies, Pop Flies, and French Fries: Stories I Told My Favorite Visitors to the CIA Exhibit Center” for the Oak View Garden Club.
- April 3–Rich Rubenstein, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, presented “Globalism and Peace” for the Alexandria Optimist Club.
- April 4–Jim Pfiffner, School of Public Policy, presented “The Presidency and the Executive Branch: An Uneasy Partnership” for Leisure World of Virginia.
- April 4–Linda McCarthy, Alumna, presented “Spies, Pop Flies, and French Fries: Stories I Told My Favorite Visitors to the CIA Exhibit Center” for the Clifton Women’s Club.
- April 5–Sheryl Friedley, Communication, presented “Presentation Skills” for Boardsource.
- April 5–Rich Miller, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Mental Health” for the Reston/Herndon Senior Center.
- April 17–Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “Getting to Happy: Six Practical Steps to a Happier and More Contented Life” for the Women’s American ORT.
- April 25–Maurice McTigue, Mercatus Center, presented “The New Zealand Experience” for the Kiwanis of Manassas.
- April 25– Deborah Boehm-Davis, Psychology, presented “Careers in Psychology” for Kilmer Middle School.
- April 25–Kevin Murray, College of Visual and Performing Arts, presented “Careers in Acting” for Kilmer Middle School.
- April 26–Robert Ehrlich, Physics and Astronomy, presented “Nine Crazy Ideas in Science” for the Aurora Hills Senior Center.