This Month in the Community…

Posted: February 28, 2005 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 February as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call 703-993-8846.

  • Feb. 3—Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “The Magic of Public Speaking” for First Book.

  • Feb. 3—Roger Lathbury, English, presented “”F. Scott Fitzgerald” for the Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna.

  • Feb. 3—Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “One World Marketplace” for Westminster of Lake Ridge.

  • Feb. 3—Mike Shackelford, alumnus, presented “Pattonian Leadership: What You Didn’t Learn From the Movie” for the Prince William Association of Realtors.

  • Feb. 4—Martin Cohen, History and Art History, presented “American History and Film, Part II” for the Culpepper Garden Senior Center.

  • Feb. 10—Bob Ruhling, School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism, presented “Health, Exercise, Nutrition, and Aging” for Prince William Fire and Rescue.

  • Feb. 11—Daniele Struppa, College of Arts and Science, presented “Birth of Modern Geometry in the Painters of the Italian Renaissance” for Oasis.

  • Feb. 13—Richard Rubenstein, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, presented “Aristotle’s Children” for the Church of the Covenant.

  • Feb. 15—Rick Davis, College of Visual and Performing Arts, presented “American Theater and Drama: A Status Report” for the Optimist Club of Alexandria.

  • Feb. 15—Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “Keys to Success” for the National Archives Assembly.

  • Feb. 16—Colleen Shogan, Public and International Affairs, presented “George Washington and the Importance of Laudable Character” for the National Association of Retired Federal Employees.

  • Feb. 16—Marie Kodadek, College of Nursing and Health Science, presented “Parenting Issues: Resolving Problems” for the Good Shepherd Mother’s Support Group.

  • Feb. 18—Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, presented “Getting to Happy: Seven Practical Steps to a Happier and More Contented Life” for Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.

  • Feb. 19—Pat Carretta, University Career Services, presented “Effective Networking” for the Capital District Circle K.

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