This Month in the Community…

Posted: September 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 September as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call (703) 993-8693.

  • Sept. 3–Dan Walsch, Media Relations, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Vienna Chapter.


  • Sept. 4– Peter Stearns, provost, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Mt. Vernon Council of Citizens Associations.


  • Sept. 4–Stanley Taylor, Arlington Campus associate vice president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Arlington County Education Association.


  • Sept. 10–Stanley Taylor, Arlington Campus associate vice president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Alexandria City Council.


  • Sept. 10–Upen Malani, Arlington Campus Operations, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Ballston Partnership.


  • Sept. 10–Adam Winsler, Psychology, presented “The ABC’s of ADHD” for the Fauquier County Public Library.


  • Sept. 10–Alan Merten, president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.


  • Sept. 10–Dan Walsch, Media Relations, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Fairfax Chapter.


  • Sept. 11–Mark Katz, Public and International Affairs, presented “International Relations after Sept. 11” for the Robinson International Baccalaureate Program.


  • Sept. 13–Deborah Boehm-Davis, Psychology, presented “Psychology Unveiled” for the GW Community School.


  • Sept. 18–Randy Lytton, History and Art History, presented “Alexander the Great” for the Vienna Woman’s Club.


  • Sept. 18–Claudio Cioffi, Public and International Affairs, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Faith Communities in Action Committee.


  • Sept. 19–Archie Tinelli, School of Management, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the AARP, Fairfax Chapter.


  • Sept. 19–Helen Ackerman, University Relations, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Fairfax Noonday Optimist Club.


  • Sept. 19–Andrew Flagel, Admissions Office, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Annandale Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.


  • Sept. 25–Susanne Denham, Psychology, presented “Preschooler’s Separation Anxiety and Fears” for Wesley United Methodist Preschool.


  • Sept. 25–Tom Hennessey, President’s Office, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce Community Appearance Awards Luncheon.


  • Sept. 25–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Mount Vernon Rotary Club.


  • Sept. 26–Helen Ackerman, University Relations, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Tyson’s Corner Rotary Club.


  • Sept. 26–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Fredricksburg Rotary Club.


  • Sept. 26–Mark Katz, Psychology, presented “International Relations after Sept. 11” for the Westminster at Lake Ridge Retirement Community.


  • Sept. 26–Allen Montecino, Learning in Retirement Institute, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for St. Leo’s Seniors Group.


  • Sept. 26–Stephen Fuller, School of Public Policy, presented “The Economy: Prospects for the Future” for the Middle Atlantic Actuarial Club.


  • Sept. 27–Alan Merten, president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Leesburg Economic Development Committee.


  • Sept. 27–Alan Merten, president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Arlington County Board of Supervisors.

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