Mason Faculty and Staff in the Community
Posted: September 29, 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 in September as part of Mason Speakers, the university’s speakers’ bureau. For more information, or to schedule a speaker, visit the web site or call 703-993-8761.
Sept. 9—Sheila ffolliott, History and Art History, presented “The Art of Leonardo Da Vinci” to the Italian Heritage Lodge, Order of the Sons of Italy in America.
Sept. 10—Leopoldo Yanes, alumni, presented “The U.S. Budget Deficit” at the Jewish Community Center in Fairfax.
Sept. 12—Fred Schack, School of Recreation, Health and Tourism, presented “Muscle Pain, How Do You Spell Relief?” to the seniors at the Culpepper Garden Senior Center in Arlington.
Sept. 15—Linda McCarthy, alumna, presented “Ghost Armies” to the military reunion planners of ConFam at Visit Fairfax.
Sept. 19—Sheryl Friedley, Communication, presented “Nonverbal Communication” to the salespeople at Long and Foster Realtors.
Sept. 20—Jeanne Sorrell, College of Health and Human Services, presented “Ethical Issues in the Care of Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease” to government employees.
Sept. 22—Keith Segerson, School of Public Policy, presented “Consumer Trends That Will Affect Your Business” to the Virginia Society of CPAs.
Sept. 27—Dan Walsch, Office of Communications, spoke to public relations professionals at Volunteer Fairfax.
Sept. 28—Rich Miller, School of Recreation, Health and Tourism, spoke on “Stress Management” to the National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees.
Sept. 29—Doris Bitler, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, spoke to the employees of the Infant and Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church on “Total Recall?”
Sept. 29—Fred Schack, School of Recreation, Health and Tourism, spoke to the employees of the Infant and Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church on, “Exercise, Nutrition and the Environmental Effects on Disease and Aging.”
Sept. 29—Cathy Hubbs, IT Security, spoke to the employees of the Infant and Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church on “Internet Security.”
Sept. 29—Fred Schack, School of Recreation, Health and Tourism, spoke to the seniors at Tall Oaks at Reston, on “Exercise, Nutrition and the Environmental Effects on Disease and Aging.”
Sept. 30—Robert Rogowsky, School of Public Policy, spoke on “Getting to Happy” to the Reserve Officers Association, Washington and Lee Chapter.