Mason Faculty in the Community
Posted: March 31, 2006 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 March as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on the Speakers Bureau, call 703-993-8846.
March 6—Fred Schack, School of Recreation, Health and Tourism, presented “Exercise, Nutrition and Environmental Effects on Disease and Aging” to Burke Lake Gardens.
March 10—Robert Hawkes, History and Art History, presented “What is History?” to Daughters of the American Revolution.
March 11—Anita Taylor, professor emerita of communication and member of the Women’s Studies faculty, presented “Tales of the Grandmothers: Women and Work” to Fauquier County Public Library.
March 11—Sheryl Friedley, Communication, presented “Presentation Skills” to the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
March 15—Janette Muir, New Century College, presented “Finding Balance in Busy Lives” to Messiah Methodist Successfully Singles Group in Lorton.
March 21—James Pfiffner, School of Public Policy, presented “The Presidency” to Presidential Classroom.
March 22—Mark Goor, College of Education and Human Development, presented “Attention Deficit Disorder” at the State Licensing Conference for preschool teachers hosted by Fairfax United Methodist Church.
March 22—Lisa Sparks, Communication, presented “History Today: New Approaches in an Increasingly Complex World” to the Optimist Club of Alexandria.
March 28—Mary Anne Dzama, College of Education and Human Development, presented “Games that Teach” to Merritt Academy.
March 29—Doris Bitler, College of Arts and Sciences, presented “Total Recall?” to McLean High School College Partnership.
March 30—Star Muir, DoIT Learning Support Services, presented “Managing Technostress” to the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office.