Haiti to be topic of college’s first fall ‘lunch and learn’ event

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Global topics and professional enrichment comprise a new series of “lunch and learn” presentations at Daytona State College starting this fall. The free, public seminars will be held from 11 a.m. to noon in Bergengren Hall, Room 112, on the college’s Daytona Beach Campus at 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.

Haiti’s massive earthquake three years ago has led to some good as an AIDS clinic is bringing comprehensive healthcare to Port-au Prince’s slums. In February, a supervisor looks on while masked technicians Sylvain Dumerlin, Mario Gaspar and Sezard Smith carefully check formulas.()PATRICK FARRELL/MIAMI HERALD/MCT)

Haiti’s massive earthquake three years ago has led to some good as an AIDS clinic is bringing comprehensive healthcare to Port-au Prince’s slums. In February, a supervisor looks on while masked technicians Sylvain Dumerlin, Mario Gaspar and Sezard Smith carefully check formulas.
()PATRICK FARRELL/MIAMI HERALD/MCT)

• Sept. 4: Haiti After the Earthquake – International Disaster Health Services, presented by Dr. James Greene, College of Health and Public Services.
• Sept. 11: How Generational Differences Impact Our Teaching and Learning, presented by Dr. Joy Lewis, College of Education.
• Oct. 2: Revelation Theory of Learning (RTL) International Conference in Paris, presented by John Connor, School of Education.
• Oct. 16: Bridging the Digital Divide, presented by Terrie Greenbaum, Academic Support Center.
• Nov. 6: My Life and Experiences in Iran Before and After the Revolution of 1979, presented by Fatima Gilbert, Academic Support Center.
• Nov. 20: Student Loan Default and Why it Matters to You, presented by Michelle Goldys, Financial Aid Services.
• Dec. 4: HIV Prevention in Nepal in the Early 90s, presented by Margaret Karda, School of Humanities and Communication.
• Jan. 15: Comparing and Contrasting International NGO Settings Between the U.S. and Abroad, presented by Kathy Clark, Adult Education.
• Jan. 22: Utilizing Diversity to Maximize Success, presented by Ana Blaine, College of Education.
• Feb. 5: Italy, presented by Emma O. Brombin, School of Modern Languages.
• Feb. 19: Embracing Business Etiquette, presented by Shana Deyo, School of Management.
March 5: Rwanda’s Street Children – The Impact of the Genocide and its Aftermath on Children, presented by Johani Kayinamura, School of Biological and Physical Sciences.
• March 19: Contemporary Issues Facing Community Colleges, presented by John Brady, Professional Development and Shana Deyo, School of Management.
• April 2: A Tale of Three Cultures – Lived Experiences, presented by Mary Beth Craig-Oatley, Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.

Participants in the college’s Leadership Development Institute will be making these presentations.

For more information, contact John Brady at BradyJ@DaytonaState.edu or 386-506-3837.

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