Annual General Meeting for 2011



Each year UNA of Centre County holds a General Meeting to highlight the activities of the past year and hosts a special program for members and friends.   As this year's meeting is being held in January, our program honors the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King,  Please join us for this exciting program and learn more about our work during 2011 . Learn how you could become a member.  All are welcome!


What Would Martin Do?
 
Martin Luther King & The Civil Rights Movement’s Impact on Today’s Society

 

Sunday, January 22, 2012
2:00 p.m

Foxdale Village Meeting Room, 
500 E. Marylyn  Ave.  State College

Free parking is available in the parking garage

Light refreshments will be served.  Our program will begin immediately after a short business meeting.  Members, friends, and all those interested in learning about the exciting work of UNA-Centre County are invited.


Jamie Cambell

Guest Speaker:  Mr. Jamie Campbell, Director for Undergraduate Diversity Enhancement Programs at the Smeal College of Business, Penn State University.     

 

Mr. Campbell is expert on the psyche and motivations of some of our greatest historical figures, such as Martin Luther King, Jr.  Mr. Campbell has been responsible for teaching on controversial topics such as race, gender and diversity at The Pennsylvania State University. He is a 1995 graduate of Morehouse College where he obtained his BA in Sociology and a 2003 graduate of Central Michigan University where he obtained his M Ed with concentrations in Adult Education and Instructional Education.

 


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For more information download our flier below or contact


Helen Sheehy
Chair, Program Committee
hsheehy@psu.edu

814-863-1347

 





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Helen Sheehy,
Dec 22, 2011, 7:55 AM