Affirming Humanity panel

Affirming Humanity
Tuesday, October 23, 2007, Noon-1 pm

Baker Center 239
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Free and open to the public

The last of the three panels in the Affirming Humanity series, and a free light lunch. The series is devoted to celebrating the work and contributions of Ohio University faculty and staff engaged in and committed to service and outreach to others.

Panelists include CHRISTINA BECK, professor in the School of Communication Studies; Stephen Davis, director of faculty development in the College of Osteopathic Medicine; Michael Hess, associate director of Off-Campus Housing; CONNIE ESMOND-KIGER, associate professor in the School of Accountancy; and Najee Muhammad, associate professor in the Department of Educational Studies and interim chair of the Department of African American Studies. Each panelist will briefly talk about his or her service activities before taking questions and comments from the audience.

Associate VP for Finance and Administration for Human Resources James Kemper will welcome attendees to the event and Director of Counseling and Psychological Services JEANNE HEATON, 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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