This Month in the Community…
Posted: April 29, 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 April as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call 703-993-8846.
- April 1—Fred Schack, School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism, “Children and Appropriate Exercise and Fitness Activities” for Samuel Tucker Elementary School.
- April 4—Cathy Lemmon, Alumna, “Fairfax County Government: Communicating with its Citizens” for Oakview Garden Club.
- April 7—Marie Kodadek, College of Nursing and Health Science, “Parenting Issues: Resolving Problems” for Northern Virginia Parents of Multiples Club.
- April 12—Randy Lytton, History and Art History, “Thomas Lord Fairfax” for Kiwanis Club of Fairfax.
- April 14—Jonathan Gifford, School of Public Policy, “Highways, Land Use, Transit, and Transportation Policy” for Dunbarton Club.
- April 19—Frank Manheim, School of Public Policy, “Politics and Oil Don’t Mix: How Gridlock Is Hurting Both Industry and the Environment” for GW Community School.
- April 20—Connie Kirkland, Sexual Assault Services, “Stalking and Its Victims” for Homestretch Inc.
- April 28—Peter Stearns, Provost, “Are American Parents Too Anxious?” for Kinhaven Preschool.
- April 29—Michael Fauntroy, School of Public Policy, “African Americans and the Grand Old Party: Why Won’t They Dance Together?” for Loudoun County Senior Center.
- April 30—Colleen Shogan, Public and International Affairs, “George Washington and the Importance of Laudable Character” for George Washington Birthplace National Monument.