Mason Faculty and Staff in the Community
Posted: November 30, 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 November as part of Mason Speakers, the university’s speakers’ bureau.
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Nov. 1—Frieda Butler, Global and Community Health, presented “Education in End of Life Care” to the Internal Cardiac Defibrillator Support Group.
Nov. 4—James Riggle, Mason Enterprise Center, presented “The Future of High Technology in Northern Virginia and the National Capital Region” to the Virginia Continuing Care Residence Association.
Nov. 6—Mary McCutcheon, retired from the Anthropology Department, spoke to the residents of Tall Oaks at Reston on “Utopian Societies.”
Nov. 14—Roger Lathbury, English, spoke to the students at Robinson High School on “F. Scott Fitzgerald.”
Nov. 14—Zachary Schrag, History and Art History, presented a lecture on his book, “The Great Subway Society: A History of the Washington Metro” to the Exxon Mobil Spouses’ Club.
Nov. 14—Maurice Scherrens, senior vice president, spoke to Burke Rotary on “A University Designed for the Future.”
Nov. 14—Chris Parsons, Environmental Science and Policy, spoke on “Whales and Dolphins” at the Culpepper Garden Senior Center.
Nov. 14—Shannon Nieves, Admissions intern, addressed the students and parents of Eagle Ridge Middle School on “George Mason University Admission Guidelines.”
Nov. 15—Doris Bitler, Undergraduate Academic Affairs, spoke to the residents of Lee Senior Center in Arlington on “Total Recall?”
Nov. 17—Jay Jayamohan, alumnus, spoke to the students at Wakefield High School on “Entrepreneur: the RollingStream Story.”
Nov. 29—Sheryl Friedley, Communication, spoke to the employees of the Department of Homeland Security on “Male/Female Communication Styles in the Workplace.”
Nov. 29—Thomas Moncure, university counsel, spoke to the Arlington Kiwanis Club on “The Virginia State Seal.”