This Month in the Community…

Posted: October 31, 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 October as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call (703) 993-8693.

  • Oct. 1–Stanley Taylor, Arlington Campus associate vice president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Arlington County Civic Federation.


  • Oct. 2–Rich Miller, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Spiritual and Mental Wellness” for the Lively Saints of Hope Lutheran Church.


  • Oct. 3–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Arlington Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 4–Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “Getting to Happy: Six Practical Steps to a Happier Life” for the Aurora Hills Senior Center.


  • Oct. 4–Stanley Taylor, Arlington Campus associate vice president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Hispanic Committee of Virginia.


  • Oct. 4–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Dulles International Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 5–Stanley Taylor, Arlington Campus associate vice president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Arlingtonians for a Better County.


  • Oct. 7–Bobbie Fuller, Information Services, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Burke Center Lions Club.


  • Oct. 8–Marie Kodadek, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Women’s Health Issues” for the Employee Health Center of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.


  • Oct. 8–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the McLean Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 9–Coilin Owens, English, presented “The Irish American Diaspora” for the Hollin Hall Senior Center.


  • Oct. 9–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Annandale Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 10–Alan Merten, president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Century Club.


  • Oct. 10–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Falls Church Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 15–Cathy Lemmon, alumna, presented “Fairfax County Government: Communication with its Citizens” for the Middleridge Womens Club.


  • Oct. 15–Martin Winkler, Modern and Classical Languages, presented “The Roman Republic” for Randolph-Macon Academy.


  • Oct. 15–Dave Pierpont, alumnus, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for Long and Foster Realtors.


  • Oct. 16–Mark Katz, Public and International Affairs, presented “Osama bin Laden as Transnational Revolutionary Leader” for the Vienna Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 16–Alan Merten, president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce.


  • Oct. 17–Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “Getting to Happy: Six Easy Steps to a Happier Life” for St. Andrew Lutheran Church.


  • Oct. 18–Marie Kodadek, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Breast Cancer” for the Virginian Retirement Community.


  • Oct. 18–Marion Deshmukh, History and Art History, presented “History Today: New Approaches in an Increasingly Complex World” for the Aurora Hills Senior Center.


  • Oct. 21–Maurice Scherrens, senior vice president, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Fairfax Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 22–Fred Schack, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Exercise and Chronic Disease” for the National Gallery of Art Occupational Health Clinic.


  • Oct. 22–Fred Schack, Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources, presented “Exercise, Nutrition, and Osteoporosis” for the Federal Bureau of Prisons.


  • Oct. 29–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Alexandria Rotary Club.


  • Oct. 30–D.R. Butler, Athletics Department, presented “The General Obligation Bond for Higher Education Construction” for the Vienna Rotary Club.

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