Mason Faculty and Staff in the Community
Posted: March 30, 2007 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 March as part of Mason Speakers — the university’s speakers’ bureau.
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March 2—Coilin Owens, English, presented “Old and New Ireland: From English Colony to Celtic Tiger” at the Monroe House Assisted Living unit in Sterling.
March 7—Tom Hennessey, chief of staff to President Alan Merten, presented “Growing a Great University” to the Shepherd’s Center of Annandale Springfield.
March 14—Don Gallehr, English, presented, “Writing Memoirs” to the writers group at Reston Community Center in Reston.
March 14—Barbara Given, Krasnow Institute, presented “The Brain 101” to the GovMark Council in McLean.
March 19—Marilyn Mobley, associate provost, spoke at the Reston Community Center on “Black Women Writers.”
March 25—Jeanette Kenner Muir, New Century College, and Cynthia Lont, Communication, spoke in a panel cosponsored by Mason and the Fairfax Commission for Women on “Women in Media.”
March 27—Zachary Schrag, History and Art History, spoke to the Friends of Duncan Library on “The Great Society Subway: A History of the Washington Subway.”
March 27—Sara Cobb, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, spoke to Burke Rotary on “Turning Points in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.”