2nd Affirming Humanity Panel Discussion

2nd Affirming Humanity Panel Discussion
Wednesday, May 30, Noon-1pm

Baker University Center 242 (http://www.ohio.edu/center)
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

Women panelists include: SCHUYLER CONE (http://www.hhs.ohiou.edu/hcs/staffdetail.asp?section=HCS&id=ConeSchuyler), assistant professor in the School of Human and Consumer Sciences; JAYLYNNE HUTCHINSON, program coordinator, cultural studies, and associate professor in the Department of Educational Studies; and JANE PALMER, coordinator of prevailing wage. Executive Vice President and Provost KATHY KRENDL will welcome attendees to the event and College of Education Dean RENEE MIDDLETON (http://www.coe.ohiou.edu/college-offices/dean-office/) will serve as moderator.

Panelists will briefly talk about their own service activities followed by Q & A. Free and open to the public, and a free lunch will be available.

“Second Affirming Humanity discussion set for May 30: Series highlights service to others”
http://www.ohio.edu/outlook/06-07/May/664n-067.cfm
By George Mauzy
The second of three panels in the Affirming Humanity series will take place from noon to 1 p.m., Wednesday, May 30, in Baker University Center conference room 242. The event is free and open to the public, and a free lunch will be available.

The Affirming Humanity series celebrates the work and contributions of people who are engaged in and committed to service and outreach to others. The first Affirming Humanity panel discussion was held on April 30 (http://www.ohio.edu/outlook/06-07/May/584n-067.cfm).

Panelists include: SCHUYLER CONE, assistant professor in the School of Human and Consumer Sciences; Akil Houston, visiting instructor in the Department of African American Studies; JAYLYNNE HUTCHINSON, associate professor in the Department of Educational Studies; JANE PALMER, coordinator of prevailing wage; Dale Tampke, assistant provost for undergraduate student retention; and Arthur Trese, associate professor, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology.

Each panelist will briefly talk about his/her service activities before hosting questions and comments from the audience.

Executive Vice President and Provost KATHY KRENDL will welcome attendees to the event and College of Education Dean RENEE MIDDLETON will serve as moderator.

Panel members were nominated by their peers for their ethics and actions of service, goodwill, and respect for others.

The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, the Ombuds Office, Institutional Equity, University College and University Human Resources are sponsoring the series.

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